HiSoundAudio’s first Balanced Armature earphone utilizes a driver of their own design and is a solid entrant in the sub-$100 price bracket, combining a comfortable fit, solid noise isolation, and balanced sound.
The EarSonics S-EM6 is a universal fit version of the EM6 custom in-ear monitor, but with some improvements. How does it stack up to custom in-ears and other universals, and does it retain the EarSonics thick and spacious sound?
Brief Impressions: T-Peos, Accidentally Extraordinary, Meze, NarMoo, Astrotec, & Olasonic In-Ear Earphones
A brief look at the T-Peos Tank/Popular/Spider, Accidentally Extraordinary Bamboo, Meze 11 Deco, NarMoo R1M, Astrotec AX35, and Olasonic Flat-4 Nami in-ear earphones
Six years after the release of the original Aurvana Live!, Creative has given the headphone a redesign with the Aurvana Live! 2
The Dunu DN-1000 hybrid is a high-end earphone of a very rare breed – one of a select few that are bass-heavy, superbly clear, and also rather well-isolating.
This top-tier (prior to the AK240) source from Astell & Kern combines great features offer versatility and the well thought out user interface for a pleasurable experience. Add the small size and good sound quality and the AK120 will please those looking for a polished, feature rich product that is perfect for travel or use anywhere.
The Rock-It Sounds R-DJ is my favorite of the company’s newest releases, offering up a slightly v-shaped sound signature with ample bass.
The Munitio PRO40 is quick to impress with superb build quality and a compliant, comfortable fit. The sound loses a bit of refinement to the enhanced bass but is fun and capable all around.
Early last year I found myself impressed with the entry-level RHA MA350 and hoped to see more great things from the Scottish manufacturer. This year starts off with another excellent RHA offering – the flagship MA750.