Fit-Ear, not to be confused with FItEar Japan, is a company based in California and run by Mark Hood. When asked more about the company, Mark’s explanation of how he operates and what the company does follows
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Hidition, located in Korea, re-launched their business and product line near the end of 2011 and I was privileged to be able to review the NT-6, which is one of their two flagship products. The NT-6 was designed with a reference sound and has 6 balanced armature drivers in a 4-way configuration, delivering a ER4 like sound with greater detail, resolution, clarity, and capability.
DUNU is a fairly new company and was started as a brand of the Top…
14mm of Dynamic Power with FST Technology How good can a dynamic driver be in…
Unique Melody is no stranger to making high quality custom IEM products as they have…
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.
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.
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.