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1964EARS announces flagship CIEM, the octa-driver 1964-V8

1964EARS announces flagship CIEM, the octa-driver 1964-V8

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

The up-and-coming CIEM company 1964EARS has a new earphone on the block: the V8 octa-driver custom IEM. The V8 boasts a three-way crossover design with 8 balanced armature drivers: 4 for bass, 2 for mids, and 2 for highs. According to the website, the V8 is recommended for bassists and sound engineers as the bass […]

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1964Ears V6 custom IEMs available for $650 (limited introductory price)

1964Ears V6 custom IEMs available for $650 (limited introductory price)

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Word first broke of this headphone back in June, but 1964Ears says the V6 has been in development for 2 years. Released just last month, the V6 features a 6-driver, 3-way driver layout with two balanced armature drivers at each primary frequency range (lows, mids, highs). Features and accessories are what you would expect of […]

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1964Ears developing a six-driver custom

1964Ears developing a six-driver custom

| May 5, 2012 | 1 Comment

1964Ears is a custom IEM manufacturer based in Portland, and user ericp10 over at Head-Fi is reporting that they are currently developing a six-driver custom. Their current headphones are tuned especially for on-stage performers, but this new model will allegedly be tuned more for audiophiles and casual listeners.

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