The EarSonics Velvet in-ear monitors bring some serious performance to a price point with little competition for a recommendation when paired with good source components.
The FLC Technology FLC8 is a unique earphone with a 36-setting sound tuning system and one of the lightest and smallest form factors among hybrid IEMs
The Brainwavz S0 is a more balanced-sounding alternative to the pricier S1 model, boasting a similar construction in a more conventional form factor.
The hefty metal housings of the NHT SuperBuds match the earphones’ heavy bass and thick, full-bodied sound.
The Gorilla Ears GX-4b is a full-shell acrylic CIEM with warm tone, plenty of bass, pretty good clarity and resolution, and extremely high efficiency.
The Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear follows in the footsteps of the other Momentum models with its lightweight, comfortable design and impressive audio performance.
DUNU’s latest flagship pulls out all the stops, becoming one of the IEMs to beat for sheer performance in its price range.
The Fighter is a lightweight and surprisingly comfortable earphone with plentiful bass and smooth (perhaps even smoothed-over) sound courtesy of somewhat recessed upper mids.
A brief look at the 1964EARS 1964 ADEL A12 custom in-ear monitors with comparisons to the StageDiver SD-2, 1964EARS V6-Stage, Noble 4S, JHAudio JH13, and Custom Art H8P.
A brief roundup of the Bluetooth headphones I’ve tried to date, with a couple of quick recommendations for the holiday season.