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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Revenge of the Clip-on

The original Yuin G1.

Though not really 'in-ear', two new models of Yuin, the G1A and G2A clip-on, were just announced few days ago - Okay, they ain't really new either, just reversion of the old G1 and G2 clip-on released last year. I was lucky enough to have the chance to review the old G1 last year thanks to Fang @ The original G1 is one of the most revealing and neutral clip-on I even tried when amped properly, even putting a lot of full size headphones to shame. The newer versions are said to be even more balanced than the old models, with better bass and treble response. My guess is, instead of extreme neutrality like the older models, Yuin has decided to add a bit of musicality into the mix. If they are what I imagined to sound like, the G1A and G2A will be very interesting indeed.

G1A'a Spec:
Frequency: 20Hz to 24kHz
Impedance 150 Ohms
Sensitivity: 105 db
Max input voltage: 1000mv

G2A's Spec:
Frequency: 20Hz to 20kHz
Impedance 60 Ohms
Sensitivity: 110 db
Max input voltage: 500mv

Both are available at Note that G1A is meant to be used with amp.

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