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boot2skull
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Dec 20, 2017
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Here's the closest thing I could find for a review. It sounds like a casual listening session but the reviewer is experienced. These S2000s sound like a great value.
"I then listened to the biggest shocker of the entire show, the ADV S2000. The IEM is designed to just ergonomically melt into your ear. It is flat with a perfectly angled nozzle and body that will allow it to remain unobtrusive even whilst sleeping. It has a fixed cable and a sleek black body. It is supremely comfortable. On sound, I listened to Norah Jones – Feelin’ the Same Way. I found that snare was little thin, that vocals had a touch of sweetness for Norah, and that the soundstage was wide with good height (impressive). Then I heard the price. $20. Twenty friggin’ bucks. I thought the sound of these would compete with many $200 offerings. I think that once these come out, everybody and their dog needs to get a pair. Shoot, at this price, my daughter’s dolls might benefit from better sound. I told them that I thought the price was too low, and they might cannabalize some of their higher model sales. They didn’t seem concerned. That’s some mighty confidence in your other offerings. Also, clever name S2000 ($20.00), they’ll have to stick with the price now. "
https://audioprimate.blog/2017/07/28/canjam-london-2017-effect-audio-64-audio-1more-ibasso-final-advanced-kennerton/
Dec 20, 2017
SlayerOfAllWoMAN_kind
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Dec 22, 2017
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They literally took words out of the description without adding any input on it. And they proceeded to put their input on the sound for a short minute and seemed to ramble on about price for the rest of it. Why'd you even bother? xd I guess this is just a lack luster product that no ones interested in.
Dec 22, 2017
Kaladin
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Jan 24, 2018
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Inadequate review or not, they are the newest pair they sell, and reviews wouldn't come around immediately like they do with the latest iPhone haha :)
Jan 24, 2018
micahjrose
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Apr 30, 2018
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I wouldn't call that a review. I wrote it. It was show impressions. If you've ever been to an audio show, you'll know that impressions on the floor may not be backed up by impressions when you get them home. I talked about the most interesting and most likely to be maintained post show parts, the comfort, and the price. I still rec these for $20, but I've now had experience with fit issues at home, and found the treble a bit bright with stock tips. I'll be including these in a sub $25 shootout later this year. There is a lot of impressive stuff under $50.
Apr 30, 2018
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