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Category: In-Ear Earphone Reviews

Fir Audio M4 Review – Detail Freak

The M4 is one of the best in-ear monitors on the market for those that enjoy a clean, tactile sound and want enormous detail retrieval presented in a holographic manner.

Fiio FD5 Review – Brazen

The FD5 is one of the strongest buys in its price class, especially for those wanting an earphone that is well-built, tastefully coloured and customisable on top.

Nostalgia Audio Benbulbin Review – Origin Story

With its exceptionally solid fit, class-leading cable and balanced sound that doesn’t sacrifice bass extension and power, Nostalgia Audio have created one of the most versatile IEMs in its price class.

Cayin Fantasy Review – Out of This World

The Fantasy is a beautifully constructed earphone with plenty of Beryllium magic applying to its sensational technical performance but also to its proclivity for sharpness in stock configuration.

Final Audio A3000 & A4000 Review – Aberrant

Final Audio’s latest earphones offer unique qualities you won’t find recreated by competitors but also tonalities that differ from the majority. So long as this is to your preference, there is much to like about their detail retrieval and ability to play with space and clarity like few around this price point and well beyond.

Moondrop Aria Review – Reimagined

Moondrop’s latest earphone appends complaints with their former design whilst retaining benchmark level tonal refinement at a substantial price cut.

Master & Dynamic MW08 Review – Gleam

The technical performance of its sound and the refinement of its all around feature set feel akin to industry leaders from Apple and Sennheiser while its luxury elevates the package intro truly prestigious territory.

Oriveti O800 Review – Redefine

The O800 provides one of the most refined takes on a smooth and coherent sound signature I’ve experienced at far from prohibitive pricing.

Grado GT220 Review – Built Different

The GT220 is easily one of the most tasteful and refined TWS earphones on the market for both critical and portable listening, making it hard to beat for those wanting a non-frills experience and excellent sound quality.

Hifiman TWS800 Review – Dark Horse

The TWS800 is Hifiman’s flagship true-wireless in-ear based on the Topology Diaphragm driver design. It features a high-impedance driver and custom discrete amplifier.