The M5 TWS joins the select elite of TWS earphones, offering class-leading resolution, a proper soundstage and very strong if not quite perfect balance.
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The Comet best suits those searching for an engaging yet versatile earphone with superb build quality and excellent passive noise isolation.
The Mini 2 may not be the most vibrant earphone but there are plenty of models that already satisfy that craving. Rather, the Mini 2 occupies a vacancy around this price, offering some real neutrality with a taste of additional musicality.
Noble’s new in-ear may be steeply priced, discarding any notion of value, but the Django keeps pace with similarly priced models through its exceptional dynamics and powerful yet natural sound.
The Flares Pro boasts a class leading Bluetooth implementation and enormous technical proficiency that is occasionally let down by some questionable tuning choices.
While they aren’t exceptionally vibrant of sculpted nor are they as universally pleasing as the Andromeda, the Jupiter is a delicately tuned in-ear monitor with the same stunning technicality and passion running through its veins.
The Prism is a transparent and natural sounding earphone with fabulous resolution and separation.
Hifiman’s updated RE-600 hasn’t aged but matured, bringing extended refinement and restraint in a market that biases first impressions.
A brief review of two silicone-shelled custom in-ear monitors from Custom Art – the Harmony 8 Pro and Pro 330v2
The Etymotic Research MC2, the headset version of the dynamic-driver MC5 model, is currently available for $19.99 + shipping from amazon.com