Pros – Premium design, Well-balanced presentation, Natural midrange voicing, Good imaging, Great BT implementation, Strong value Cons – Cheaper build … Continue Reading Hifiman DEVA Review – Ode to Progress
Pros – Tough, ultra-premium build and design, Eletech Plato included, Robust yet highly discerning bass, Clean and refined top-end, Cavernous … Continue Reading MMR Thummim Review – Abstraction
Introduction – If you’re reading this article, I highly suggest checking out my initial review of the pre-production Opera here … Continue Reading NXEars Opera Retail Unit Quick Review
Pros – Super soft jacket that doesn’t harden over time, Very wide soundstage, Holographic imaging, Powerful yet highly controlled bass, … Continue Reading Plussound PPH Review – Power & Lucency
If you’re looking for powerful vocals complemented by a light and atmospheric presentation, the Freya is a beautiful and nicely refined example.
The FA9 offers an appealing tunable sound alongside almost kilo-buck performance at enough of a discount not to compete with these models directly.
For an extra $10, the Yaxi pads offer an almost universal upgrade with a higher quality foam that’s softer, plusher and less scratchy, delivering a more balanced sound on top.
Introduction – The Momentum True Wireless (MTW) was one of my favourite options in the first generation of TWS in-ears … Continue Reading Sennheiser Momentum TW2 – 4.80 Firmware Update Impression
Pros – Perfectly neutral tone throughout, Outstanidng technical ability, Super sharp imaging, Tough as nails titanium build Cons – Signature … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Ara Review – Audio Therapy
For those looking to elevate their musical experience, the Zeus is a fine accessory in every sense.
The Homunculus provides awesome contrast to the status quo, challenging the allure of familiarity with qualities the listener can grow to appreciate.
Introduction – Inearz is a CIEM manufacturer from Florida, USA. Like many of the greats in the high-end space, the … Continue Reading Inearz Utopia First Impressions
The Craft Six competes in kilo-buck turf in both tonality and technicality at a substantial discount.
If you have the means and a preference for naturally tuned monitors, the EST-6 will be a great daily driver.
Pros – Excellent build quality and vastly improved ergonomics, Quality stock cable and custom MCMX connectors, Very balanced hybrid sound, … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 Review – Reformed
Pros – Quality build, Compact and ergonomic design, Removable cable, Above average technical ability Cons – Slightly muddy bass, Strained, … Continue Reading Blon BL-05 Review – All Show