Reviewed Nov 2009 Details: Discontinued IEM from Chinese manufacturer Cyclone, succeeded by the…
The ViSang R02 is yet another high bang/buck contender for the best sub-$50 IEM title
With the SE-CLX60 boasting superior ergonomics, solid overall sound quality, and a more unique sound signature compared to the lower-end CLX50, I can only assume that Pioneer made the CLX50 their US flagship by some freak error
Despite its modest price and austere appearance, the Hippo Pearl packs quite a sonic punch, beating out its siblings – the Boom and Shroom – in balance and musicality.
I went into this test fearing that the Monster Turbine would end up being Skullcandy’s big brother, offering overblown “subwoofer” bass and little else. I am extremely glad that I was wrong.
Great sound at the expense of packaging, accessories, and sometimes build quality is what I’ve come to expect from Xears earphones. With the XR120PRO II, however, the disparity between performance and presentation is greater than ever.
The MEElectronics CW31 is yet another solid entrant in the sub-$60 market segment, offering a minimalistic design, comfortable form factor, decent build quality, and a microphone option all for not very much money.
The Xears CP100iP headset delivers more of the Xears goodness in a reasonably-priced, smartphone-compatible package.
The Xears PS120PRO offers a competent, fairly inoffensive take on the warm and bass-heavy sound so popular with the mainstream consumer.