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  1. groucho69

    Aiwa Essentials Bundle
    $ 299.99 USD

    We’re offering the legendary Aiwa Exos-9 bundled together with the custom carrying case and IR remote at a special pre-sale price of $299.99. Everything you need to experience home-stereo sound in a portable package!
    The Essentials Bundle includes:

    • AIWA EXOS-9 PORTABLE BLUETOOTH SPEAKER - With 200 watts of continuous power and 5 drivers, including a 6.5" dual-voice coil subwoofer, the Exos-9 delivers amazing stereo sound with deep bass, crisp treble and balanced mids. Distortion-free, even at volumes that will draw the attention of the local authorities. 1,900 Amazon reviewers can’t be wrong!
    • CUSTOM CARRYING CASE - Protect your precious cargo with our IPX4 splash-resistant, dust-proof and shock resistant case. Sturdy mesh front allows you to play the speaker in the case, zippered pockets for battery and remote, adjustable strap.
    • IR REMOTE CONTROL - Ultimate control; lock your Bluetooth connection to prevent hijacking, link two speakers for massive TWS sound, adjust the 5-band EQ and more - all from the comfort of your favorite chair.
    • THE AIWA PROMISE - We proudly stand behind our products. We offer a 90-Day RISK-FREE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE and a 2-year WARRANTY. If you’re not completely thrilled, send it back for a full refund, no questions asked. We’ll even pay for return shipping.
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  2. Allanmarcus
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  3. maheeinfy
    Drop has some great deals on EU marked items.
  4. cel4145
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  5. Slater
    Wow, that's a name I have't heard in a while. I wasn't even aware they were still around. Last time I used an Aiwa product was a portable CD player in the 90s.

    Anyone heard this "legendary" Aiwa Exos-9?
  6. Raketen
    AFAIK they don't have any affiliation with the original Aiwa, but just a company that licensed the trademark for use in the US. Have seen some positive comments but kind of an unknown.
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2019
  7. SoundProOhio
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  8. wormsdriver
    I haven't heard either but it's good to know that Harman has a great return policy so you can try em out (N90Q) for at least a good month till you can return them.
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  9. groucho69
    Legend of the mind.

    That's as I understand it.
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  11. sanvara
    Unfortunately I am being charged $40 tax for N90Q. I will try the N90Q due to the great return policy. $1500 is an astonishingly high price. Apparently these were selling for $640 at Amazon around Feb 2019. Amazon currently has them for $1000, so using that as a price point does the performance justify $1000 or are these overpriced headphones with a Quincy Jones premium added in to the price?

    It looks like the battery needs to have a charge to use these even though they are wired headphones. So when the battery reaches end of life the headphones can no longer be used?
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2019
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  12. dosley01
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  14. funkle II
    Focal Elegias fluctuate on Amazon, and were at $549 last week, but currently back at $599. But apparently Adorama has sold them for $450 periodically. At that price, I'd snap up a pair. It would be great if anyone could post any sub $500 deals on these.
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  15. phthora
    Any sub-$600 deals are almost certain to come from unauthorized dealers. Focal only honors warranties from authorized dealers, so purchasing from unauthorized vendors means relying on those vendors for post-purchase support. Something to keep in mind since that support will not be consistent from one vendor to the next. You should figure out for yourself what you think that manufacturer's warranty is worth.
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