Audiofly’s new TWS model balances sound quality and daily usability better than most and at a cheaper price point, albeit with a rather safe tuning.
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
Updated impressions of the retail Opera now published here! Pros – Highly defined yet coherent midrange, Outstanding imaging, Squeaky clean … Continue Reading NXEars Opera Review – Vector
Pros – Excellent bass extension and control, Highly musical midrange, Clean yet detailed top-end, Excellent finish and flexible housing design … Continue Reading Craft Ears Four Review – Stasis
Pros – Outstanding sub-bass extension and power, Gorgeous build and design, Upholds a relatively natural midrange Cons – Not balanced … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Polaris II Review – Grand
Pros – Perfect ergonomics with tiny, low-profile housings, Universal MMCX, Excellent balance, Outstanding midrange timbre and resolution Cons – Smooth … Continue Reading AF1120 MK2 Review – Composition, Coherence, Cleanliness
We are now on the cusp of the new year and with it, we farewell the sentiments of the past … Continue Reading Everyday Listening Buyer’s Guide – 2017 in Review & What to Look Forward to in 2018
Introduction – Audiofly are an Australian manufacturer that has gradually risen from obscurity to modest popularity, though you still won’t … Continue Reading Audiofly AF1120 Review – Neutral+