Thursday, May 5, 2011

NOS - New Old Stuff?

EarSonic just relaunched their SM series of universal IEM with the addition of removable cable, a new housing design that resembles that of Westone, and of course an 'upgraded' price tag. The new series includes SM3 v2, SM2 v2 and the new SM1.  The good news is those who purchase their EarSonic on and after February might be entitled to an free exchange if you are willing to cover the shipping. [EDIT] and the fee for a new cable as well.

Future Sonics just recently launched a new low end universal model called the Atrio X with MSRP less than $100. It is said to use the old MG5 driver but I am not sure if it is the same driver from the old Atrio rev2 or the even older FS1.

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