Moondrop just released the Aria 2. It's a single dynamic driver IEM that has similar performance to their most popular iems like KXXS and Starfield. The shells are metal with matte black paint and gold line accents. Price? Only $79!
After listen another audiotechnica bluetooth headphone i decide to have a bluetooth headphone ,but at home i have Only cabled headphone... So how can i do? Fiio bta10 Is my choice. Compact, fit on other headphones with similar shape and sounds very good, not Better than a good cable but Better than stock cable and like an audiotechnica native bluetooth headphone. For 40$
A very good headphone under 200$ The package include a short cable for recharge the headphone and a 3.5mm cable, instruction and carrying pouch. Very well designed, solid and similar to msr7. Sounds good and with solid bass, both with cable or bluetooth. Has a lot features and i m worry because i can t buy One for me: i have a msr7se and is a Little Better, expecially with furutech cable. Pads are bigger and solid than msr7 and i think that Is the reason because sr50 has solid bass, a Little + than my msr7se .
Now that Amazon is retailing them at 899 (as opposed the the 1249 launch price and lower than the previous 999 retail), we should be able to drill the price down even lower than the last Massdrop price (820), no? That's when I last bought a pair. Asking because if we can, it would let me buy another pair at potentially less than the replacement cost of the two buds I've got. Reference: https://www.amazon.com/Shure-SE846-CL-Isolating-Definition-MicroDrivers/dp/B00DIUGW6A/
I've purchased many items from this site over the years but I've seen it go from a place that offered discounted prices on a variety of known items to being a simple MSRP store for their own products which amount to seemingly ONLY headphones and keyboards. Does anyone know of any other sites that actually offer group deals instead of being a self-serving storefront for their own brand?