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 – Immaculate build & chrome finish, Perfect comfort with low-profile fit, Organic yet clear presentation, Excellent soundstage width Cons … Continue Reading Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Review – Inviting, Intoxicating
Pros – Well-calibrated from factory, Wide colour gamut, FreeSync support, Great contrast and good brightness distribution for its size Cons … Continue Reading BenQ EW3270U Review – Accomplished, Adaptable, Functional
Pros – Well-balanced, Very high detail retrieval, Almost perfect isolation, Fast, controlled bass Cons – Some finish imperfections, Reasonably bright … Continue Reading M-Fidelity SA-50 Review – Immaculate
Pros – Terrific end to end extension, Huge yet controlled bass, Grand soundstage, Flawless build quality, Can be worn cable … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Atlas Review – Legendary
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 – Terrific end to end extension, Engaging yet coherent tuning, Flawless comfort Cons – Still unstable with silicone tips, … Continue Reading Sennheiser ie800S Review – Exercise in Restraint
The Polaris is a beast of coherence and tonal fineness. They are exceptionally well integrated for a hybrid and will be sure to put a smile on your face whether driven from a $1000 DAP or streaming Spotify from a smartphone.
Introduction – I think a lot of buyers have a certain faith in Fiio as an audio manufacturer; we always … Continue Reading Fiio X7 Mark II Review – Believe/Defy
It is a steeply priced earphone just shy of $1000 USD so any comments on value are really defunct, but the Django keeps pace with similarly priced models through its exceptional dynamics and powerful yet natural sound.
Introduction – 1964 have a rich and immensely interesting heritage as an audio manufacturer. Their very name, now just 64 … Continue Reading 64 Audio U3 Review – Fun-Loving
While they aren’t exceptionally vibrant of sculpted nor are they as universally pleasing as the Andromeda, the Jupiter is a delicately tuned in-ear monitor with the same stunning technicality and passion running through its veins.
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+
Introduction – The Edifier E25’s might just be Edifier’s most popular model; they have the most available accessories, are the … Continue Reading Edifier Luna-E (E235) Review – Bigger, Not Always Better