It’s hard to differentiate yourself in the custom-molded IEM market, but 1964 Ears caught my eye with the photo-quality images on its earpieces. You provide the image, and the company will put it onto anything from its $325 1964-D two-way model to its $650, six-driver 1964 V6. Like most other custom-molded IEMs, the 1964 Ears use balanced-armature drivers. Why 1964? “It was a great year in music,” company prez Vitaliy Belonozhko said. “You had the Beatles, the Stones, the last pre-CBS Fender guitars . . .”
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