The Phiaton PS 20 is yet another impressive entry from the upmarket audio firm, retaining the overall sound quality of the pricier PS 210 but heading in a more mainstream direction with the signature.
Reviewed Jan 2011 Details: Flagship in-ear from one of Head-Fi’s favorite brands Current Price: $65 from amazon.com…
The JVC HA-FX40 delivers exactly what it promises – a bright, clarity-oriented signature that doesn’t sacrifice the one must-have trait of a successful entry-level earphone – solid bass.
The DN-17 Crater carries on Dunu’s trend of offering unparalleled build quality and attention to detail at a low price, but does so with a new, more restrained design.
Priced just below the Ares, the Dunu DN-13 Crius offers a slightly different sonic flavor on the same overall competency level.
The GR99 is yet another heavyweight offering from VSonic, this time in the bargain sub-$30 category.
With a sound signature that can be appreciated by bass junkie, audiophile, and casual listener alike – and practicality to match – the Klipsch S4s don’t lack in any area
Taken as a total package, the Meelectronics M6 is a steal – nearly everyone is sure to be impressed with the combination of sound and comfort at the price point.
Better than any press release or marketing material, the design of the DTX 101 iE shows that Beyerdynamic has taken their new in-ear line very seriously.