The FH5 is a versatile IEM that provides is a rare W-shaped signature realised through impressive technicals at a reasonable price.
Author Ryan Soo
The GT3 has superb construction and bass quality but with a somewhat overzealous treble tuning that will be up to individual preference.
The Noble Gold X Silver suits IEM users searching for improved linearity, dynamics and an enhanced sense of openness while maintaining a sleek, unobtrusive form factor.
Though unorthodox in ergonomics and construction, the SB-7 has top-level resolution and micro-detail that enable it to retain perfect composure on the most demanding tracks.
With an excellent form-factor, quality audio hardware and affordable price, the M0 is versatile, capable and simply a bargain.
The Hibiki MKII is a great choice for commuters due to its fuller low-end, tough build and strong noise isolation.
Pros – Higher output power, Wider soundstage, 4.4m support, Slightly more extended upper-midrange Cons –…
Pros – Outstanding clarity and vocal intimacy, Great detail retrieval and resolution, Gorgeous design with…
Those looking for a warm, full-bodied sound without the muffle and congestion will find the Xelento versatile and TOTL in every regard.