A look at the 6-driver, 4-way custom-fit monster from Korea-based Hidition that his finally knocked the UM Miracle off the top of my rating scale.
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Reviewed Feb 2011 Details: Two-way, triple-driver custom from Oregon-based 1964EARS Current Price: N/A (discontinued) (MSRP:…
Starting at $399, the Alclair Reference is a mid-level custom monitor that combines a versatile sound signature with the usual isolation, fit, and customization options of a full-shell custom monitor.
Though the dual-BA setup used by the Clear Tune Monitors CT-200 is hardly revolutionary, the sound produced by this entry-level custom monitor is excellent.
Though the base Kozee Infinity X1 runs an incredibly affordable $139 including DIY impressions, the $50 Executive upgrade buys additional accessories, acrylic shells, custom artwork, detachable cables, and a vented transducer.
The Spiral Ear SE 3-way Reference is a versatile and well-rounded custom monitor with ample bass and immense isolation.
Priced close to its predecessor but boasting a revised driver configuration and improved tuning, the 1964 EARS 1964-V3 is an easy recommendation among entry-level custom earphones.
A bit of backstory: This particular Miracle was a gift to me from the Head-Fi community. Frequenters of the portable forum may have seen the original thread started by 12345142. At his suggestion, a fund was created to purchase a high-end custom in-ear for yours truly. Though the JH13Pro won the public poll, those who actually contributed to the fund settled on the Unique Melody Miracle.
M-Fidelity (formerly Starkey) is located in Norway and makes a full range of custom IEMs…