If you’re interested in a soothing sound for longer listening sessions, the Volans is a great example with a premium form factor and class-leading bass quality
The TUK is a highly versatile speaker that flatters essentially any application whether that be Wireless, TV, PC or a combination of both.
The Aether R will appeal most to those wanting great musical enjoyment and technical performance without sacrificing overall balance or long-term listen-ability.
Pros – Deep and bold yet controlled bass, Defined vocals, Pleasing treble body, Wide soundstage, Excellent build quality and design, … Continue Reading Eletech Socrates Review – Zesty
Pros – Class-leading design and excellent build, Highly linear tuning, Dead neutral tonality, Satin Audio cable Cons – Limited bass … Continue Reading GAudio Nair Review – Swiss Utility
Introduction – If you’re in any Facebook audio groups, you’d probably have seen DD HiFi’s products floating around. These are … Continue Reading DD HiFi 2020 Accessory Review
Pros – Bubble-free clear shells, Super comfortable fit-depth, Very well-balanced signature, Exceptionally natural midrange presentation Cons – Bass extension below … Continue Reading Avara EST-6 Review – Lifelike
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
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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, Outstanding technical ability, Super sharp imaging, Tough as nails titanium build Cons – Signature … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Ara Review – Audio Therapy