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Yuin Pk2 Earphones

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  • Hifi headphone grade sound stage
  • Transparent, smooth sound
  • Comfortable traditional design, NOT in-the-ear
  • Ultra low distortion for high grade portable audio
  • 16Ohm low impedance
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: YUIN
  • Model: PK2
  • Color Name: black

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001B484D4
  • Item model number: PK2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 15, 2008

Product Description

PK2 earphones are the low impedance version of PK1. Although not as good as PK1, PK2's sound signature is similar to PK1. You don't have to drive PK2 with an expensive head-amp. If you are looking for something with high performance/price ratio, PK2 might be the best choice.

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Customer Reviews

Are you tired of having to jam earphones down your ear canals to get good sound quality?
B. Shivers
The first pair I had worked for two months after daily use, then the sound in the right earbud started going in-and-out.
phaedrus flagg
Still, the build quality is good and the sound eclipses anything I'd ever expect from an earbud.
Steven J. Simonetti

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By UltimateGearGuide on April 30, 2009
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I love these headphones. Very little burn required for a clean, crisp sound. Plenty of power from my 4th Gen 20 GB U2 IPOD and these sound incredible.

I have owned: Shure E2's, Shure E3's, Beyerdynamics, Sony, Skullcandy, Sennheiser and Phillips. These are head and shoulders above anything I have owned. I was considering the Monster Beats by Dr Dre - they have a bit better bass but at the same time they muddied the sound a bit.

I was looking for something different (like my Beyerdynamics) and got an incredible suprise. I love these headphones.

I listen to classical, punk and electronic primarily and these work well in all genres.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bobbyboy on April 26, 2012
I am an audiophile and purchased the Yuin PK2's after reading great reviews with regard to their sound quality. I ignored the reviews on this site that stated that the quality was poor, as I planned to use them with great care. Great care or not, the stress relief collar where the cable meets the plug will crack in a matter of months and the exposed wires will break. The plug end, the cable itself and the ear buds appear to be of good quality. The sound quality and comfort are as good as it gets for in-ear phones that can plug right into your device without a hedphone amp. I purchased and installed a Neutrik NTP3RC-B plug from Amazon and am still digging these phones. I suggest that you buy the new plug if and when you purchase these phones, as you are going to need it. You will also need some sodering skills, as the wires are very small. If you can't be bothered with repairs a few months after buying them, I suggest you look elsewhere, but pickins are slim when it comes to great sounding phones that don't go in your ear canal and isolate you from your surroundings. It's a shame that they can't manufacture these phones with a better plug/cable interface, especially since thay are not cheap.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Fandey on July 11, 2010
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Lots of reviews speak to the sound quality and they are spot on. But only 30-days after starting use, the wires are already showing where the cord transitions into the jack. I've patched with electrical tape but that's really poor quality for headphones of any price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brian on April 16, 2010
Let's first start by saying, when it comes to good sound, I'm pretty picky, but I really don't like spending lots of money on expensive headphones/earbuds. i really didn't want to spend over $100 on earbuds, period. So when I came across the reviews for the Yuin Pk2s...I was very interested.

A little background first. My main concern was that I didn't want closed / noise isolating earbuds. I wanted to use them for running and in-ear monitors (or anything jammed into your ear canal) creates a vacuum in your ears. Have you ever stuck your fingers in your ears? You really shouldn't do that to begin with...but what happens is it block out any sound outside and you hear sound through your head. So every sound that goes through your body, you hear amplified and muffled...like your heartbeat or your footsteps. All this to say, when you're running, all you hear is your feet pounding some huge monster! Boom! Boom! Boom!

So these earbuds fit the first and most important criteria for me..now how do they sound? Well, when I first tried them...the drivers weren't warn yet so the sound was tight. The highs sounded fine, but it couldn't handle the bass. Now, some people online have been saying headphones and earbuds don't need to be "burned in"...and for some units, that my be true. But I've used a few mid-ranged headphones/earbuds and in both cases...they did need time for the drivers to loosen up. After a few hours of playing what i normally listen to (at normal volume levels), they started to sound better. There is no set time limit on how long it'll take, they just take a while for them to sound better. After using them for a few days, they're starting to sound really good. Music I'm very familiar with, sounds different.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By dansg on June 30, 2010
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The sound quality for these earbuds is far better than the buds that come with iPods by default. However, the right side bud failed in less than six months. I see that other reviewers also had this trouble. The warranty covers 30 days only, which shows the manufacturer also has little confidence in the durability of their product. It is not acceptable to pay $70-100 for a six month rental, and I will never purchase this brand again.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Steven J. Simonetti on June 16, 2009
Wow. I'm really impressed.
They look like headphones you might get on an airline flight...totally generic and unassuming. There has been literally no attention given to a flashy appearance. Still, the build quality is good and the sound eclipses anything I'd ever expect from an earbud. They don't do anything for sound isolation, which is good if you still want to be able to function while listening to music.

You can't always be wearing a head set, and in-ear-canal headsets aren't good for times when you need to be cognizant of your surroundings. Oftentimes, an earbud is exactly what you need. The problem has always been that even the expensive ones butcher your music. Well, this obscure little Chinese company seems to have done what big-time competitors were unable to do.

If you're picky about your sound but still find yourself needing earbuds for many an occasion, The Pk2 is the way to go. I would recommend them to anyone.
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