Audeze iSINE10in-Ear Planar Magnetic Earphones $299 from Addicted to Audio

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AddictedToAudio (Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide) currently have the Audeze iSINE10 IEM's on sale for $299 (lightning and standard 3.5mm version). This is reduced from $599. Yes that's 50% off.
You may question the necessity for such expensive earphones (relatively speaking). Here are some jot points to get your inner Audiophile salivating:

A) Audeze products are Engineered and handmade in Costa Mesa, California by Sankar Thiagasamudram and the team.
B) They are oepn-back planar magnetic earphones which let sound in. This creates a more spacious listening experience.
C) They stand out from the crowd.
D) They make for a unique Christmas gift for someone looking into a fresh set of earphones. Heck, drop your Bose SoundSports, PowerBeats Pro or Apple Airpods and try something truly DIFFERENT!

(P.S. Audeze do offer a Bluetooth adapter at additional cost if you really need wireless audio)

The technical stuff:

Fluxor: double the flux density for the same size neodymium magnet.

Uniforce diaphragm: removes a lot of distortion by creating a uniform flux density across the diaphragm it self. This is achieved by altering the diaphragm trays to match the flux density variation across the diaphragm, so when the diaphragm moves up and down to create sound, it stays completely uniform.

If your still not satisfied, checkout Audeze LLC's Patent list for more technical details:https://patents.google.com/?assignee=Audeze%2c+Llc
Audeze factory tour: https://vimeo.com/194153839

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Comments

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    Price & store in title please. Other than that, a solid deal!

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    They probably sound amazing but it's hard to imagine owning these … you can't use them outside and why wear IEMs at home. I guess like the Mobius they're the cheapest way of getting Audeze planar magnetic sound which is something given the price of their headphones normally.

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      Comfort is a big factor at home, especially for long periods, heavy headphones will be uncomfortable.

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      Yeah, as much as I lust over the 20s, i just dont have a use case that can justify them.

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    Are they available in wood colour?

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    Looks like a worthy upgrade from my FLC8S, and cheaper too.

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    Just note that it's fairly general consensus that the iSine's sound really weird and not very good without using the lightning Cipher cable which it does include, but that means you're limited to only using it with iOS devices, unless you get the bluetooth cable for it which also has the same DSP as the cipher cable that makes it sound good, or apply your own EQ to it to make it as close to the Cipher cable as possible.

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    this or tin P1?

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      I haven't listend to the insine 10s but I've got the tin p1 and they sound pretty good. They are very focused on the highs and mids and not very bassy but when the bass is there it is very tight and solid. I don't actually have an external dac for them and they apparently really open up with one of those but I'm still very happy with the performance even out of my phone.

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    Had these for about 2 weeks before they broke down in my right ear iirc. Apparently its a common issue with the QC on the sine10 pairs in comparison with the 20s. Sound quality is drastically improved with the cipher lightning cable and EQ which means this is intended to be used with IOS. There are presets all over the internet on how to EQ this pair of earphones. I enjoyed them for the 2 weeks that I had them. These are open back so you probably won't end up wearing these outside as they leak a considerable amount of noise. $299 makes me want to try these again aha.