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Ikko OH10 In-Ear Monitors

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Ikko is a relatively new brand to the audio space with a focus on in-ear monitors. Today, we take a look at their $200 OH10 IEMs, which are of superb build quality. Sound quality is excellent as well, and price-to-performance can easily compete with much bigger brands.

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Oof - CCA C10 exist at $30, basically making all these overpriced IEMs pointless. Great review as always but people need to realize 99% of IEM's are just overpriced.
 

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Oof - CCA C10 exist at $30, basically making all these overpriced IEMs pointless. Great review as always but people need to realize 99% of IEM's are just overpriced.
With audio, at least until we can get objective testing done here, all I can say is that it comes down to what you want from IEMs. You could say that most people would be okay with the early 2000's bundled earphones that came with basically anything, and another person could say he or she absolutely find value in a 5-figure audio setup with pre-amp, DAC, AMP, monitors and different tuned IEMs for different music and audio versions. I do feel there's a market for these for sure, so hopefully the review will help those in said market to make an informed purchase decision and decide whether this is indeed overpriced or not :)
 
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Its not a bad review but a comparison to a similar more popular IEMs might help. Also you cannot compare these to CCA C10's if you have not used both IEM's(because you have not used both IEM's obviously) Which is why maybe a comparison would help, just a suggestion.
 
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Its not a bad review but a comparison to a similar more popular IEMs might help. Also you cannot compare these to CCA C10's if you have not used both IEM's(because you have not used both IEM's obviously) Which is why maybe a comparison would help, just a suggestion.
That's part of the reason I was hesitant to do a full review, since I don't have a lot of IEM's here, but let's see what I can do in the future.
 
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I had no idea you could shove a monitor in your ear.
 
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