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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Three with a Two

Creative announced the new Aurvana In-Ear3 in Japan. This will be the first dual balanced armature IEM from the company under its HiFi oriented Aurvana brand. So far it seems like it will uses one of the newer Knowles drivers in a two way configuration (one tweeter and one woofer). The more interest bit is perhaps the first fully separated dual bores nozzle design that aims to minimize interference between the two drivers. It will be launched in Japan first at late June for around US$185. I have had good impression with the Aurvana In-Ear2 as a sub$100 option and hopefully In-Ear3 will finally bring Creative to the mid~high end of the IEM market.

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