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Saturday, January 8, 2011

CES2011... or not.

CES 2011 has turned out to be quite boring for me this year. I practically haven't seen any new in ear model that remotely looks interesting. Sure there are some in ear models being released, mainly an Active Noise Canceling (ANC) model from Sennheiser, yet another IEM from Monster Cable, and the leaked Westone 4. Sleek Audio has a big hit on the show with their new wireless full sized headphone, but the elusive SA7 and SA6R are still a bit far from market release. There are other offerings from smaller companies as well, but nothing major to write home for.

The one thing that stands out in this year CES is Sonomax's Sculpted Eers. It is basically a self-contained one-times-only custom IEM kit that allow the user to make an semi custom IEM at home or at store. Check out this CNet video on how it works.

Anyway, here is something I missed last month that looks more interesting than those on CES: Future Sonics is making another custom IEM based on the MG5pro dynamic transducer from the last generation Atrio (the current version uses MG7pro). This will be offered alongside the new MG6pro custom IEM.

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