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Thursday, February 24, 2011

j-phonic K2: Launching Soon.

Since my last news report about the customizable universal IEM, the j-phonic K2 back in December 2010, the company has been busy preparing itself for the English site as well as an official international launch @ March. Now we actually got a price: US$380 for a fully customized / personalized K2 and $19 for shipping via EMS from Japan to anywhere on the world. The US$400 is still very reasonable with all the included options, but bewares that j-phonic won't take return or refund since each pair of K2 is custom built. You can still request for a color or sound signature change, but it will cost you extra money on shipping and service.

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