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    Continuing their foray into the gaming peripheral market, Mionix has jumped into the audio arena with their first set of headphones, the Keid 20. These cans bare an uncanny (ahem) resemblance to a popular product already on the market, so it will be interesting to hear the difference here today. While Mionix may be a bit new to the game, they've proven to be very adept with design, function, and comfort in their products. As a result, we have some rather high hopes for the Keid 20.



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    I spoke with Mionix right after the review was published and they informed me they are looking at tweaking the bass before the headset goes retail to the American market.

    If that happens, we may look at a review update. Will keep you posted as I get more info.

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