The Klipsch Reference X12i was launched in Singapore on November 2015 and the recommended retail price is S$599.
The X12i is the successor to the X11i which was launched in August 2013, and the X11i was the successor to the X10i which was launched in January 2010.
EOZ Audio is a young audio start-up that is based in Barcelona, Spain.
It’s first audio product, EOZ One, is a premium wireless Bluetooth earphones. EOZ One started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of €53,062 out of their initial goal of €45,000 from 554 backers.
Announcing the winner of the Sudio Vasa Bla which I held back on 15th June 2016.
As almost all the entries are pretty good, I can’t really pick the best one that stands out and hence I decided to pick the winner at random using
SELECT comment_author FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_post_ID = 3469 ORDER BY RAND() LIMIT 1; as shown in the screenshot below.
Thanks to Sudio, I will be giving out one Sudio Vasa Bla worth S$165 to one lucky winner. He/she will be getting his/her preferred color of the Sudio Vasa Bla.
Do checkout my Sudio Vasa Bla Review at lesterchan.net/blog/2016/06/03/sudio-vasa-bla/ if you are interested in knowing more about Sudio Vasa Bla.
TVÅ is their lower-end range and the remote comes with only one button remote without microphone. It is retailing for S$65.
The Klipsch Reference X6i was announced in 12th November 2015 in the US and has been available in Singapore since March 2016.
You can get the Klipsch X6i at the usual gadget stores like Courts or Challenger or at Tat Chuan Acoustic Online Store. The official retail price is S$329. It is available in two colors, White and Black.
The Klipsch R6 In-Ear Bluetooth Earphones is Klipsch first ever Bluetooth earphones. It was launched in Singapore on 15th January 2016 and is retailing for S$299. At launch only one color is available which is matte Black.
It comes with a one-year warranty by Tat Chuan Acoustic. Tat Chuan Acoustic is located at The Adelphi (1 Coleman St #01-17 Singapore 179803) and is the official distributor for Klipsch and Sonos products in Singapore.
The Jabra Sport Coach is retailing in Singapore for S$248 and is available in three colors, Blue, Red and Yellow. It is sort of the younger sibling of the Jabra Sport Pulse (S$298) which I reviewed back in May 2015.
Coach vs Pulse
The Jabra Sport Coach is S$50 cheaper because it doesn’t come with the in-ear heart rate monitor of the Jabra Sport Pulse. Surprisingly, the dimensions and weight of both the Coach and Pulse are the same, measuring about 18mm x 21mm x 32mm (H x W x D) and weighing 16g. I guess the weight of the Pulse’s in-ear heart rate monitor is being replaced by the Coach’s TrackFit Motion Sensor. The TrackFit Motion Sensor measures your distance, pace, steps, cadence and calories burned more accurately for cross-training and running.
The Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless Earbuds is retailing in Singapore for S$298. It is a Bluetooth 4.0 wireless in-ear earphones with a built-in in-ear heart rate monitor. According to the specifications, the heart rate monitor has a 99.2% accuracy when compared to a medical electrocardiogram (ECG) machine. I can’t really verify it since I don’t have other heart rate monitor to test with.