In this cable review, we look at a more affordable silver cable – the two versions of the entry level priced Toxic Cables Silver Widow. One of which will be given away after the shootout!
In this prologue of the 2017 shootout we discuss the relationship between average note thickness, stage dimensions, and separation.
After two years EarSonics has taken another look at their acclaimed 3 BA iem Velvet.
The list of IEM contenders is complete – predictions can be made in the comments section until the review series starts in March.
Following the previous post discussing the ‘music lover vs. audiophile’ approach, we move on to some interesting constructs that are commonly used to describe tonality: neutral, coloration, reference, naturalness, and organic.
This time we look at plusSound’s 8-braided gold-plated copper, a cable with a beautifully natural tonality and relatively uncolored sound.
A brief discussion about different ways to tune iems, that affects the way we listen and value iems.
After previously reviewing Labkable’s Samurai III, we take another look at their top of the line offering: the hybrid 10-braid Pandora cable.
Following Campfire’s success with Andromeda, they’re back for more. Campfire now offers not 1, but 3 ‘co-flagships’ alongside each other. Besides the 5 BA Andromeda, there’s the 3-driver hybrid Dorado, and Vega, which uses a newly developed diamond dynamic driver.