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Ultimate Ears triple.fi 10 Pro

Ultimate Ears triple.fi 10 Pro

Long known for their reference-quality custom molded earphones, Ultimate Ears is now attempting to bring that same level of sound quality to the masses in a universal-fit model. The Ultimate Ears triple.fi 10 Pro ($400; late Oct.) offers three separate drivers, two bass and one high-range, that offer spectacular sound and a dynamic range of 10Hz to 17kHz, the widest of any universal-fit model. Be one of the first 1,000 to pre-order a pair and receive an engraved mini-travel case marked with the limited edition number and a larger engraved metal case that has room for both your triple.fis and your iPod.

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