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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sleek Audio: News from IFA Berlin

It has been a while since the upcoming and very exciting SA7 being revealed on Popular Science, finally Sleek Audio is ready to show it to the world at the ongoing IFA Berlin (3 - 8 September 2010). However the surprise doesn't end there, Sleek Audio is also showing a reversion of the company's first IEM (SA6) named the SA6R. The new SR6R will share some of the features found on SA7, such as an aluminum body and metal treble port. It is alway great to see a company pushing the limit of design on their products. Hopefully it won't be long till we see them both in the market. If you are in Berlin, do visit Sleek Audio's booth @ IFA and tell us about what you see.

Check out the flash animation on Sleek Audio website: SA6R and SA7.

[UPDATE] Read the SlashGear's preview of the SA6R and SA7 final prototype here.

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