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Monday, February 2, 2009

Last Week's Most Interesting

Two semi-interesting news: First, Monster (the cable company) was inviting people to review their soon-to-hit-the-market IEM called Turbine. They do insist of calling their own creation as In-Ear-Speaker instead of In-Ear-Monitor to show that it's sound quality is a totally new level above everything on the market, though some early reviews seems to suggest it is just another entry to mid-fi IEM (despite the name). On second news, JVC finalized the detail on their latest noise isolating + canceling IEM called HA-NCX78. For those who missed the news, it was first announced back at CES2009. Basically it is a hybrid of both technology, probably designed more of cutting out noise rather than introducing good sound. NCX78 will be released on March for around US$80.

Hit the read link for the press releases or save yourself some time by just looking at the pictures. Seriously, there is nothing you'll miss.

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