Next in line of this affordable cable review series is newcomer Han Audio’s Zen, a nice alternative for an entry level cable offering an engaging sound.
The K3 Pro makes a strong first impression from audio newcomer Magaosi.
Ranked at #11, France-based EarSonics provides their interpretation of a ‘musical’ signature: punchy bass, and excellent resolution.
I’ve covered a few high end cables, that come with a hefty price tag. But there are also quite a few solid performers at the entry level around $150. So in this miniseries I’ll be covering three copper cables priced at $150 – starting with the Effect Audio Ares II.
Pinky learns just how powerful mid-tier can sound, and desires more.
Hifiman’s updated RE-600 hasn’t aged but matured, bringing extended refinement and restraint in a market that biases first impressions.
Next in line is Noble’s Katana, providing a musical take on reference sound.
What is liquid wood? Is $700 asking too much? These answers and more shall not be found in the following article. Enjoy!
Fiio has returned with another reasonably priced in-ear earphone that seeks to once again challenge our perception of value.