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.
The M5-TWS Custom lies at the pinnacle of TWS sound quality, tuning and fit, but expect to pay a hefty premium to obtain it.
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 – Excellent wireless range, Strong battery life at high volumes, Excellent passive noise isolation, Great vocal definition, Natural treble … Continue Reading Hifiman TWS600 Review – Indie
Pros – Excellent driving power, Outstanding soundstage width, Optical output, Wide file support, Low output impedance and black noise floor … Continue Reading NuPrime Audio Hi-mDAC Review – More Than Portable
Pros – Excellent value, High-quality build and connectors, Dynamic and refined sound with great driving power, Black background, Low output … Continue Reading Cozoy Takt-C Review – Genie
Pros – Excellent build quality and form factor, linear sound, good driving power and dynamics for a micro, Case friendly … Continue Reading DD TC35B Adapter Review – Cure
Pros – Well-balanced signature, Comfortable, Very coherent imaging, Nice build quality Cons – Mediocre sub-bass extension Verdict – The Sundara … Continue Reading Hifiman Sundara Review – Outstanding is the New Standard
Introduction – Fiio have grown from a small manufacturer to an industry juggernaut in the span of just a few … Continue Reading Fiio F9 Pro Review – Pure Clarity
Introduction – Overlooked, underappreciated and unloved are all words that adequately describe the Hifiman RE600. While its lower-end sibling, the … Continue Reading Hifiman RE-600S V2 Review – Old Not Obsolete