What is love… baby don’t hurt me.
With a $500 USD asking price backed by 4 generations of experience, can the DK-3001 provide enough refinement to separate itself from other exemplary value and premium earphones?
The Quad Driver is a gorgeous in-ear whose consumer exterior houses the internal workings of an audiophile masterpiece.
Pinky explores what it means to be a co-flagship.
The BASIC from ORIVETI is anything but simple with a removable cable, durable metal build and dynamic sound.
Taking the place of the venerable SM3 in Earsonics’ lineup, the new ES3 steps away from the silky-smooth sound of its predecessor for a more modern – and proficient – sound tuning.
After two years EarSonics has taken another look at their acclaimed 3 BA iem Velvet.
Following Campfire’s success with Andromeda, they’re back for more. Campfire now offers not 1, but 3 ‘co-flagships’ alongside each other. Besides the 5 BA Andromeda, there’s the 3-driver hybrid Dorado, and Vega, which uses a newly developed diamond dynamic driver.
Andromeda’s no stranger to the community, having emerged as one of the most popular iems of 2016 due to its excellent price to peformance ratio. It’s a little bit after-the-fact, but we’re going to take another in-depth look at Andromeda.