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TEAC's new inCore Audio ZE-1000 earbuds

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Not much to say about these sound-isolating earbuds that hasn't been said about most every sound-isolating earbuds to come before them, but we'll give it our best shot. TEAC's inCore Audio ZE-1000 earbuds have 5-layer silicon ear pads for comfort and sound isolation, and with hi-definition balanced armature drivers (two in each ear) they deliver "natural" textures and "thrilling" dynamics. Also, were you aware that TEAC has been around for more than 50 years? We sure weren't. No word on price or availability, but the 'buds do include small, medium and large ear pads for mama, papa and baby bear.

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