The X7 II marks a return to form for Fiio, compounding on the strengths of their previous flagship while addressing a lot of their weaknesses.
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Plenty will enjoy their thumping bass but above that, the Dodocool’s provide no more insight than a regular dollar store earphone.
Buyer’s looking for an affordable, featured and vibrant earphone should look no further than the Exclusive 5.
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 H3 gets a resounding recommendation for any buyer looking for a u-shaped earphone with great detailing, a clear but natural midrange and a class leading bass response.
The Flares Pro boasts a class leading Bluetooth implementation and enormous technical proficiency that is occasionally let down by some questionable tuning choices.
Edifier’s new R1010BT provide a hearty sonic upgrade to any integrated audio system and will be sure to invigorate your setup with their charming looks.
The K3 HD may be slightly more expensive than competing models from other manufacturers, but in return, the Magaosi’s provide a great mix of clear, crisp tuning and excellent technicality.
If you can handle their steep pricing, the QuietOn’s ANC earplugs feel like more than just a proof of concept but a technology that’s convenient and practical to use in daily life.