Shozy’s open-back flagship IEM is essentially uncontested for vocal lovers wanting a huge, expansive soundstage.
Little Dot provide another unique and highly competitive addition to the sub $1k price class. Don’t let the naming scheme or company’s lack of IEMs heritage concern you, the CK is surely a model with great appeal!
The TUK is a highly versatile speaker that flatters essentially any application whether that be Wireless, TV, PC or a combination of both.
The FA9 offers an appealing tunable sound alongside almost kilo-buck performance at enough of a discount not to compete with these models directly.
Pros – Gorgeous build with ergonomic design, Excellent stock cable, Outstanding micro-detail retrieval, Hugely dynamic bass, Highly engaging yet balanced … Continue Reading Astrotec Phoenix Review – Heavy Hitter
Pros – Outstanding treble cleanliness and background detail, Very well-balanced, Effective switch tuning system, Excellent imaging Cons – Bulky uni … Continue Reading Lime Ears Model X Review – Composure and Complexity
Pros – Excellent colour calibration, Extremely immersive form-factor, Height adjust, High contrast ratio Cons – 8-bit colour and limited wide … Continue Reading BenQ EX3501R Review – Enter The Oasis
Pros – Immense driving power, Terrific resolution, Spacious soundstage, Solid build, Swappable AMP modules Cons – Mediocre UI responsiveness, Sluggish … Continue Reading iBasso DX200 Review – Minutiae & Veritas
Pros – Spacious and open, Terrific build quality, Great technical ability, Tuneable, Scales incredibly well Cons – Big sub-bass may … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Cascade Review – Nostalgia & Awe
Pros – Hyper-engaging with terrific control, Very spacious stage, Great end to end extension Cons – Driver flex, Nozzle doesn’t … Continue Reading Hyla CE-5 Review – Rhythm over Melody