The Fischer Audio Toughstuff TS-9002 is another capable and well-built budget entry from the Russian audio firm.
The atrocious cabling helps seal the Custom 1’s place in earphone mediocrity but the quirky treble is the real downfall for me.
Reviewed Jan 2012 Details: Aluminum-shelled in-ear from Koss Current Price: N/A (discontinued) (MSRP: $44.99) Specs:…
The RadioPaq Jazz is a very interesting earphone at its price point. It provides a big, powerful, smooth, and warm sound that keeps it true to its name, and does all this at a bargain-basement price.
I expected that I’d be able to hear the SPL-limiting circuitry at work in the dB Logic EP-100 but they sound like ‘normal’, albeit not very sensitive, entry-level earphones – and that’s a good thing.
Reviewed June 2011 Details: angled-nozzle earphone designed to replace the PR100 as ECCI’s entry-level model…
The Grado iGi are the company’s first attempt at a reasonably-priced in-ear earphone. Unfortunately, their mediocrity in build quality, comfort, isolation, and microphonics makes it difficult to justify the $90 price tag.
The TDK EB900 sounds as if TDK started with a fairly balanced and natural-sounding mid-range earphone and cranked up the bass.
Reviewed Apr 2010 Details: Fairly obscure and surprisingly competent budget entry from Sennheiser Current…