Considering the overwhelmingly positive reception of the sound of the original DDM, it is no surprise that the signature of the new Radius HP-TWF21 strays little from that of its predecessor.
With its stainless steel shell, above-average isolation, and versatile, no-frills cabling, the FXD80 is one of the better buys in its price range.
The Etymotic Research MC5 is a capable dynamic-driver earphone from a company that doesn’t normally do dynamic drivers.
Dunu’s new flagship is an impressive all-rounder, easily the company’s best-sounding and most distinctive earphone.
The HiFiMan RE-400 should appeal to the casual listener better than the models it replaces while holding very close to the HiFiMan sound many—myself included—have come to love.
The Audio-Technica CK90Pro may be the odd one out among the company’s high-end IEMs in design and build quality but its sound signature is just as polarizing as those of the CK10 and CK100
The MEElectronics A151 may not break any new sonic ground with its dry and accurate sound signature, but it delivers a very wholesome package of sound quality and functionality at a very reasonable price.
Reviewed Jan 2012 Details: JVC’s original wooden in-ear, known in some markets as the HA-FX1000…
The MEElectronics A161P holds its own in many ways against higher-end products from the likes of JVC, ACS, and VSonic.