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We've always drooled after the top end of the Ultimate Ears headphone line, and it looks like we've got a new lust-magnet -- the company just introduced the Triple.Fi 10vi in-ear buds with an iPhone and Blackberry-compatible mic / button. The triple-driver 'phones are said to have the same essential guts as UE's far more expensive custom monitors, and they'll kick out frequencies as low as 10Hz and top out at 17kHz. Yes, we want them. No, we can't justify spending $420 on them. Yes, we're totally thinking about it anyway.
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$420 for that? No thanks, ill stick to my headset..
    
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Seriously, I feel bad for the engineers who spend the time and effort to creating such a magnificent product......and the business people coming in and ****ing everything up with those prices.
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$420?
Thats the price of a Blackberry and an iPhone.
Sometimes.
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lol 420.

ahh drug references.
    
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$420?
Thats the price of a Blackberry and an iPhone.
Except you don't have to pay a monthly fee in order to use them.
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Except you don't have to pay a monthly fee in order to use them.
Yeah....but these are headphones.
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