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Two flagships from Poland-based Lime Ears go head to head against each other a handful of other custom in-ear monitors.
A look at the 6-driver, 4-way custom-fit monster from Korea-based Hidition that his finally knocked the UM Miracle off the top of my rating scale.
Starting at $399, the Alclair Reference is a mid-level custom monitor that combines a versatile sound signature with the usual isolation, fit, and customization options of a full-shell custom monitor.
Though the dual-BA setup used by the Clear Tune Monitors CT-200 is hardly revolutionary, the sound produced by this entry-level custom monitor is excellent.
Reviewed Feb 2011 Details: Two-way, triple-driver custom from Oregon-based 1964EARS Current Price: N/A (discontinued) (MSRP:…
Though the base Kozee Infinity X1 runs an incredibly affordable $139 including DIY impressions, the $50 Executive upgrade buys additional accessories, acrylic shells, custom artwork, detachable cables, and a vented transducer.
A bit of backstory: This particular Miracle was a gift to me from the Head-Fi community. Frequenters of the portable forum may have seen the original thread started by 12345142. At his suggestion, a fund was created to purchase a high-end custom in-ear for yours truly. Though the JH13Pro won the public poll, those who actually contributed to the fund settled on the Unique Melody Miracle.
Priced close to its predecessor but boasting a revised driver configuration and improved tuning, the 1964 EARS 1964-V3 is an easy recommendation among entry-level custom earphones.