The Monster Miles Davis Tribute is devastatingly expensive but what you get is a beautifully packaged and unique-looking earphone that lags just behind the two cheaper Turbine Pro earphones in overall usability
With the e-Q5 the folks at Ortofon have taken a stab at refining an already-competent performer in accordance with customer complaints – out with the fancy packaging and noisy cable of the e-Q7; in with a lower price tag and more balanced sound signature.
The Klipsch Custom 3 is a very capable earphone with one colossal caveat – the cabling.
Reviewed Nov 2009 Details: Summer 2009 version of the RE0 IEM (cloth cable). Current…
Reviewed Jan 2012 Details: JVC’s original wooden in-ear, known in some markets as the HA-FX1000…
The Monster Miles Davis Trumpet is a beautifully packaged and unique-looking earphone with a small, lightweight form factor and good noise isolation.
Reviewed Nov 2010 Details: First IEM released by Hi-Fi OEM Sunrise under their…
The HiFiMan RE-400 should appeal to the casual listener better than the models it replaces while holding very close to the HiFiMan sound many—myself included—have come to love.
With its stainless steel shell, above-average isolation, and versatile, no-frills cabling, the FXD80 is one of the better buys in its price range.