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Tuesday, February 16, 2010


JAYS just announced 7 new products based on 3 new models. Confused? Don't be. Two of the new models, the a-JAYS and the t-JAYS, will both feature in 3 separately acoustically tuned style and accessories, which make up a total of 6 different products and shall be released with in the next few weeks or so. Their new flagship, the x-JAYS, is claimed by JAYS to be the world smallest quadro-armature IEM - and that is 4 transducers in each side. It will be released later at the 2nd quarter this year. Given that JAYS hasn't update the current flagship, the q-JAYS, for quite a while now, it will be interesting to see how JAYS' new offering is going to compete with other big boys.

The vague outline in the picture above should be one of the t-JAYS, and that is as far as what we know for now since JAYS has yet to release any spec or full image about their new models.

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