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Audeze iSINE 10 Planar Magnetic In-Ear Headphones (B-Stock, Refurbished)

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Audeze has Audeze iSINE 10 Planar Magnetic In-Ear Headphones w/ Cipher Lightning & Standard Audio Cable (B-Stock, Refurbished) on sale for $149. Shipping is free. Thanks spressa

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Comes with both Lightning and standard analog 3.5" cables and is protected by Audeze's warranty (B-Stock units come with full factory warranty). Limited quantities are available while supplies lasts. Refer to forum thread for additional details and discussion.

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Select the bstock out of the 3 available options and it comes out to be $149.00.

I shipped it to Texas so I didn't have tax. This is a great deal for these. I'm not a fan of in ears, more of a fan of over the ears and I still bought these.

Cipher cable for iPhone users provide a dac/amp solution. Audeze just released a Bluetooth cipher cable too.
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These things may look a little weird, fit pretty good though, and sound amazing.
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good price on the 10's . Was hoping for a sale on the 20's/
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Thanks for heads up... in for 1!
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Couldn't resist, got a pair inbound
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good price on the 10's . Was hoping for a sale on the 20's/
Yeah, I know the isine 20's can b-stock around 300-350 but I probably wouldn't get them personally as I prefer over the ears (currently using Hifiman Arya's as my main headphone.) But for $150 w/ full warranty and probably 90-95% as good as the isine 20, it felt like a very easy buy especially with the 30 day money back guarantee and if you keep it longer, I think easy resale value.
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I'm really interested in these but they don't have a USB-C cipher cable/DAC and one doesn't seem to be in the works. $100 for the Bluetooth cipher (bringing my out-of-pocket cost to $250) isn't so bad, but I feel like I'm wasting $$ on the bundled Lightning cipher.

I only listen to music on my PC/Android phone and don't want to buy one of those microDACs that still don't have Audeze's DSP. I'm sure aptxHD is fine but Bluetooth is less often convenient than wired. I have one of those Dragonfly-copycat USB DACs but I've heard it struggles with PM, and that the iSine 10s are very sensitive for how hard they are to drive so amping can be difficult.
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I'm really interested in these but they don't have a USB-C cipher cable/DAC and one doesn't seem to be in the works. $100 for the Bluetooth cipher (bringing my out-of-pocket cost to $250) isn't so bad, but I feel like I'm wasting $$ on the bundled Lightning cipher.

I only listen to music on my PC/Android phone and don't want to buy one of those microDACs that still don't have Audeze's DSP. I'm sure aptxHD is fine but Bluetooth is less often convenient than wired. I have one of those Dragonfly-copycat USB DACs but I've heard it struggles with PM, and that the iSine 10s are very sensitive for how hard they are to drive so amping can be difficult.
Anker just released a lightning to usb-c adapter that works for $30 (it's mfi certified).

Anker USB-C to Lightning Audio Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R6MKJZH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jL7jDbCD82YTH

It's been out of stock because it's been in such demand but this is a decent solution.
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Anker just released a lightning to usb-c adapter that works for $30 (it's mfi certified).

Anker USB-C to Lightning Audio Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R6MK...jDbCD82YTH

It's been out of stock because it's been in such demand but this is a decent solution.
I heard that the old Lightning cipher too bright, to the point of being harsh at times. Other reviewers said the new Lightning cipher and BT cipher are much more balanced but still bring out treble, which the earphones lack if you're just using the 3.5mm jack on standard personal devices.
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Fyi, these are semi-open earphones. They don't isolate sound very well. They're not the best earphones for a noisy background.
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What's up Spressa? Funny seeing you here - great deal!
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This is a great deal for the price. I have iSine 20 and love them. Please don't get crappy earphods or beats. Get these and they will blow your mind with the Audio quality. 😊
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