A first look at Empire Ears’ new, tri-brid flagship Odin: A paragon of invention and one of the most resolving, immense-sounding in-ears on the market today.
Church-boy by day and audio-obsessee by night, Daniel Lesmana’s world revolves around the rhythms and melodies we lovingly call: Music. When he’s not behind a console mixing live for a congregation of thousands, engineering records in a studio environment, or making noise behind a drum set, you’ll find him on his laptop analysing audio gear with fervor and glee. Now a specialist in custom IEMs, cables and full-sized headphones, he’s looking to bring his unique sensibilities - as both an enthusiast and a professional - into the reviewer’s space; a place where no man has gone before.
Rhapsodio’s Orla is neutral-natural done right. Meaty in tone, yet well-defined too, it’s the ideal value option for smooth, laidback listening.
FiR Audio’s M5 represents the pinnacle of the company’s numerous technological and acoustical exploits, resulting in their most refined, precise and yet, musical piece yet.
FiR Audio’s M4 takes the company’s clean, airy, nuanced house sound with extra helpings of body, resolution and stereo imaging.
The M3 kicks-off FiR Audio’s in-ear line-up with a clean, punchy, articulate sound and a taste of what their proprietary technologies just might be capable of.
The debut instalment of our weekly deep-dive into FiR Audio’s M3, M4 and M5 IEMs, featuring the unboxing experience, fit and finish and an overview of FiR’s proprietary tech.
Eletech’s Socrates is a gateway to vividness, clarity and thump without missing realism along the way.
The AF140MK2 doubtlessly reaffirms Audiofly’s stake in the budget category with one of the most cohesive, open and natural-sounding bass-emphasised IEMs I’ve heard in the segment to date.
Flagship-class in aesthetics, ergonomics and sound, the Iliad is a mighty first-outing from Eletech and a conductor worthy of any high-end in-ear monitor.