Custom Art was born from a headphone enthusiast that has been a contributor to the headphone forum head-fi.org, Piotr Granicki. The Headphone List gave the Music One a recommendation; see how his latest creation, the Harmony 8 Pro performs.
DUNU’s latest flagship pulls out all the stops, becoming one of the IEMs to beat for sheer performance in its price range.
The Fighter is a lightweight and surprisingly comfortable earphone with plentiful bass and smooth (perhaps even smoothed-over) sound courtesy of somewhat recessed upper mids.
A brief look at the 1964EARS 1964 ADEL A12 custom in-ear monitors with comparisons to the StageDiver SD-2, 1964EARS V6-Stage, Noble 4S, JHAudio JH13, and Custom Art H8P.
A brief roundup of the Bluetooth headphones I’ve tried to date, with a couple of quick recommendations for the holiday season.
Hidition is known for their detailed, clear, and precise CIEMs that are on the brighter and analytical side. Find out how their latest release, the Viento-R, stacks up to the other well regarded Hidition products and many more.
The Minerva Mi-Artist Pro custom in-ear monitors utilize the Sonion AcuPass dual balanced armature driver, but the differentiator is the ease of purchase, with a one-stop-shop approach, simplifying the process of getting a CIEM.
The Fidue A83 combines great attention to detail with a punchy, slightly v-shaped sound, solid build quality, and good ergonomics.
The HA-FR301 is an earphone for bassheads, pure and simple; its v-shaped sound signature, while not without drawbacks, maintains better-than-expected clarity throughout.
Spacious, natural, and detailed with the ability to adjust the amount of bass from a little to a lot with ultra-high level performance. What more could you want in an in-ear monitor? Check out the Lear LCM BD4.2 review for more info on an instant classic.