SendyAudio Peacock now in stock! *Reviewers wanted*
Aug 11, 2021 at 10:24 AM Post #2 of 25
SendyAudio Peacock Planar Magnetic Headphones
$1,499.00

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Looks nice! I wish there was an IEM like this that I could review...
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 10:50 AM Post #5 of 25
A well regarded reviewer praised them very highly, don't miss out guys.
They are apparently a secret gem
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 12:01 PM Post #8 of 25
Aug 11, 2021 at 1:42 PM Post #10 of 25
I have the Aiva, they're fine. I'm very curious where the 300 percent price increase is coming from between these and those. They look to be the same materials. I know that's not how headphone pricing works but it's still a big increase.
Popularity tax
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 4:40 PM Post #11 of 25
I have the Aiva, they're fine. I'm very curious where the 300 percent price increase is coming from between these and those. They look to be the same materials. I know that's not how headphone pricing works but it's still a big increase.
I have had demo the Peacock for about a week or two now. They are stunning for the price. I would say it is about 2-3 levels above Aiva which I love but was "stolen" by my bro.

88mm huge plannar driver makes some enjoyable dynamic sound. The texture and speed are also surprisingly good.
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 5:46 PM Post #12 of 25
aaa
I have had demo the Peacock for about a week or two now. They are stunning for the price. I would say it is about 2-3 levels above Aiva which I love but was "stolen" by my bro.

88mm huge plannar driver makes some enjoyable dynamic sound. The texture and speed are also surprisingly good.

Any specific comparisons to other company’s planars?

Why are they “surprisingly good?”
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 6:01 PM Post #13 of 25
+1 ^. Curious how they stack up to the likes of the LCD-3, HE-1000V2, Arya, etc.
 
Aug 11, 2021 at 6:01 PM Post #14 of 25
aaa


Any specific comparisons to other company’s planars?

Why are they “surprisingly good?”
I have compared to D8000Pro, Susvara, 1266, these 3 I think are still a league above Peacock. Peacock is right there with HE6 (driven by Headtrip ii) and LSA-HP1 but Peacock has a slightly more "musical" or appealing tuning where the other two are more "reference".

I view these three similarly, I think all 3 can easily beat some other headphones that are $500-1000 more expensive than them. They are on the sweet spot in terms of p/p ratio.
 

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