Phiaton’s latest headphone, the BT460, combines low-latency Bluetooth connectivity with a suite of smart features and a bold, engaging sound.
Author Ryan Soo
The Pro has a truly delicious tonality that ticks all the boxes; it’s instantly gratifying, natural, and balanced without sacrificing character or engagement.
For a reasonable price, Fiio provide buyers with an excellent housing, balanced capability and a resolving V-shaped sound.
The MandarinEs ear tips combine the solidity and seal of foam with the resolution, practicality and longevity of silicone.
The Q1 MKII is a fine upgrade to even the more distinguished smartphones out there. It’s excellent build, compact design and clean but musical sound make it a perfect on the go companion.
Shozy’s affordable in-ear makes for a strong investment perhaps not due to sound alone, but the culmination of a build, features and pricing that all make the Hibiki Shozy’s most versatile earphone yet.
The P2 combines an accessible asking price with all-day comfort and tonal maturity even if their sound isn’t absolutely refined.
I can’t recommend the E2000 more, this is one of those rare instances where an earphone truly outperforms its price class rather than simply placing well within it.
Final’s new affordable in-ear provides a warm yet detailed sound that finds an easy listen and surprising technicality.