A review of DITA’s latest flagship, the revised Dream XLS – a single dynamic driver offering a great bass, engaging sound and spacious stage.
Introduction: The Etymotic ER3SE is Etymotic’s newest model, priced between the flagship ER4SR/XR and the…
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Taking the place of the venerable SM3 in Earsonics’ lineup, the new ES3 steps away from the silky-smooth sound of its predecessor for a more modern – and proficient – sound tuning.
Tuning that shines with every device.
Overall, I’d say the III is quite an accomplishment at the price. It gives one a taste of the detail, openness, and drive of the higher priced spread (and bears more than a passing resemblance to its older sib), at a reasonable (in these days of $4K headphones) price.
1MORE first got our attention as the iF Design Award-winning minds behind Xiaomi’s ultra-successful Piston earphone line. Now, the San Diego-based company is carving out a piece of the headphone market under its own brand with a triple-driver in-ear monitor that delivers impressive performance.
HUM out of Hong Kong and known for their Pervasion digital player has recently released Pristine Reference In Ear Monitor, a two driver, two-way design that is designed to compete with flagships. Is the Pristine competitive with CIEMs that have over double the driver count?
A Transparent Sounding Monitor from Singapore
Xiaomi’s 4th-generation in-ear, also known as the Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro and Xiaomi Piston 4, features a hybrid dual-driver setup – a first among budget IEMs