HiSoundAudio’s first Balanced Armature earphone utilizes a driver of their own design and is a solid entrant in the sub-$100 price bracket, combining a comfortable fit, solid noise isolation, and balanced sound.
The EarSonics S-EM6 is a universal fit version of the EM6 custom in-ear monitor, but with some improvements. How does it stack up to custom in-ears and other universals, and does it retain the EarSonics thick and spacious sound?
Brief Impressions: T-Peos, Accidentally Extraordinary, Meze, NarMoo, Astrotec, & Olasonic In-Ear Earphones
A brief look at the T-Peos Tank/Popular/Spider, Accidentally Extraordinary Bamboo, Meze 11 Deco, NarMoo R1M, Astrotec AX35, and Olasonic Flat-4 Nami in-ear earphones
The Dunu DN-1000 hybrid is a high-end earphone of a very rare breed – one of a select few that are bass-heavy, superbly clear, and also rather well-isolating.
Early last year I found myself impressed with the entry-level RHA MA350 and hoped to see more great things from the Scottish manufacturer. This year starts off with another excellent RHA offering – the flagship MA750.
The first in-ear model from speaker manufacturer RBH, the EP1 delivers good sound quality and a solid construction.
Here are a few thoughts on a couple of my new IEMs. These are either noteworthy sets that are not near the top of my queue yet or IEMs that I’ve listened to but don’t plan to review at all for one reason or another.
Turning up the bass on the less expensive StageDiver 2 model, the InEar StageDiver 3 makes a compelling case for itself as one of the few balanced-armature earphones well-suited for fans of hard-hitting lows.
One of the most well-rounded earphones I’ve ever had the pleasure of trying, the InEar StageDiver 2 amazes with its all-round accuracy, exhibiting tight bass control, level mids, and a good balance between treble presence and smoothness.