Up next in flinkenick’s shootout review series is #15, the Perfect Seal Deca – a natural sounding monitor with an accurate tone.
Forget TOTL, this DAP will get your most of the way there, and for FAR less.
Brief impressions of 64 Audio’s new co-flagship, the A18 featuring 18 BA drivers and Tia and Apex technology.
The Quad Driver is a gorgeous in-ear whose consumer exterior houses the internal workings of an audiophile masterpiece.
Flinkenick’s 17 IEM Flagship continues with the next contender: the natural-sounding Lime Ears Aether
jelt2359 gets his hands on newcomer Warbler Audio’s unique single driver CIEM, the Prelude.
When you take what is good and add, and change, and add some more…
Meze set out to recapture the magic of the 99 Classics at a cheaper price, within a more contemporary shell and that’s just what they’ve achieved with the 99 Neo.
Flinkenick’s shootout is launched with the first competitor: #17, the Custom Art 8.2.
What happens when you take honey, wisps of cloud, and a drop of sunlight, and with it forge an audio cable? Lets find out.