Product page: https://www.audeze.com/products/crbn I'd like to start a thread for Audeze's newly released CRBN. As of today (Oct 14, 2021), it doesn't seem there are many CRBNs in the wild. So this thread will cover some speculation until first-hand experiences posted. Yeah, this is another semi-unaffordable price (i.e., "semi" means it's not as impossible as Orpheus or alike), but at least a couple of points easily caught my eyes. Very lightweight (300g). Considering its competitors' weights (i.e., 432g for SR-X9000 and 441g for SR-009S), it's downright hella lighter. Given CRBN having Audeze's suspension headband, this weight is very noteworthy. And maybe for the first time in Audeze's history, CRBN used oval diaphragm plane in oval housing. This was not the case for LCD orthos (they used square diaphragm in circular housing) -- which was often criticized by some ortho gurus such as RD if I recall correctly. And for this reason, I bet some sonic advantage relative to their own LCD orthos. [email protected] posted some enthusiastic impressions in the headphones.com forum: https://forum.headphones.com/t/audeze-crbn-electrostatic-headphone-official-thread/13786/91 I'd like to warn all his posts should be read with a good amount of caution though. Preliminary measurements done by [email protected] below. All pasted from the following video: They're from B&K 5128 (and probably with Jude's measuring habits), so please take them with a grain of salt.