Creative Aurvana Air Sports Earphones - was £169.99 down to £59.99 @ Creative Audio
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Creative Aurvana Air Sports Earphones - was £169.99 down to £59.99 @ Creative Audio

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Found 13th Apr 2011
Winner of the prestigious 2009 Red Dot Award for Product Design, the Aurvana Air is clearly in a class of its own. Crafted with precision, the earphones' very own EaseFit™ ear-hook design offers a secure music listening experience. Its lightweight Flexnium™ ear-hook leverages on Nickel-Titanium alloy (Shape Memory Metal) to offer a flexible and robust design. This is well-complemented by luxurious champagne-gold finishing and polished metal accent to give it an air of timeless sophistication.

Get ready for a visceral acoustic performance with powerful Neodymium drivers, acoustically-tuned Bass-Slots and pristine delivery from the high-purity Oxygen-Free Copper cable and gold-plated plug. Pair the Aurvana Air with any digital playback device such as the ZEN range of MP3 players for all your entertainment needs.

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Link goes nowhere and it would help if you say who is selling the product.

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thanks chaps!!

Yep, posted that deal yesterday on Head-Fi at end of this review thread :
head-fi.org/for…air


hmm, look a bit like the Audio Technica ATH-EC700's, wonder if they're anywhere near as good... ?

niceguyrichy

hmm, look a bit like the Audio Technica ATH-EC700's, wonder if they're … hmm, look a bit like the Audio Technica ATH-EC700's, wonder if they're anywhere near as good... ?


I suspect may well be but all depends on the fit. V. positive reviews on Amazon.

Quote : "At first, I thought I would struggle to get a comfortable fit on my embarrassingly miniscule ears, but by fitting the large-ish earpieces in position then sliding the earhooks round, it was possible to get a good firm fit that would easily stand up to a bit of light exercise."
If they're anything like the ATH-CM700s, they'll need to be jammed in to get a sort of "seal" in the ear, at which point the sound changes dramatically (just as with iems). The foams should make this easier, and it may be possible to attenuate the treble by using thicker or two sets of foams if necessary. Not much you can do, though, if they simply don't fit your ears.
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