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Kinera Gumiho In-Ear Earphones

Kinera Gumiho In-Ear Earphones

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Product Description
When Kinera set out to develop the Gumiho IEM, they took a simple approach: shocking bass, surprisingly detailed tuning, and an overall satisfying sound. Centered on a 10-millimeter square planar magnetic driver, this IEM certainly has the power, depth, and low-end part of that equation on lock Read More

Jun 8, 2023
Gotta say, wasn't a huge fan of these when I got mine. They sound fine, but there are better options for the money all over. For a little more, you can get Truthear Zero Reds, which sound miles better than these can do.
Jan 6, 2023
Praise the Fox GOD! I wonder how Babymetal sounds with these?
Jan 4, 2023
these aren't exactly planars but they sound fantastic.
Jan 3, 2023
In Wikipedia, A kumiho or gumiho (Korean: 구미호; Hanja: 九尾狐, literally "nine-tailed fox") is a creature that appears in the folktales on East Asia and legends of Korea. It is similar to the Chinese huli jing and the Japanese kitsune. It can freely transform, among other things, into a beautiful woman often set out to seduce boys, and eat their liver or heart (depending on the legend). There are numerous tales in which the kumiho appears, several of which can be found in the encyclopedic Compendium of Korean Oral Literature.

Why aren't Kinera and DROP mentioning the Korean folktale that brought the name and design of Gumiho to the product in the product description? Kinera knows to bring the name of the product from myths and stories, but why take the Korean name Gumiho instead of the Chinese name Hulizing and promote it as a stylish Chinese fox design with Chinese color on the Kinera site. Gumiho is the name of the nine-tailed fox in Korea, and the nine-tailed fox in China is named Hulizing. Why is the Chinese company Kinera abandoning its name, "Hulizing," to promote the beauty of China under the name of Korea's nine-tailed fox?

In the gumiho section of Wikipedia,
You can clearly see the difference between gumiho and hooliging in China.
I don't know why they are promoting the beauty of China under the name of Gumiho on the Kinera website.
I'm so angry.
To promote Chinese beauty, it should have been produced under the Chinese name Hulijing. If they name it Gumiho, they should promote the beauty of Korea. If they name it Kitsune, they should promote the beauty of Japan.
Why does Kinera deftly introduce Kumiho as if it were Chinese!

Since they know that such an introduction is wrong, they put DROP's product description include beautiful spring flower with tasteful gold accents, not nine-tailed foxes?
Jan 6, 2023
luckykangBecause “Gumiho” rolls off of the tongue better? That would be my guess.
Jun 12, 2023

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