In this review we take a look at a modern classic, that is yet to be surpassed by the newcomers: JH Audio’s flagship Layla.
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Rhapsodio’s Eden is an immensely unique monitor with a penchant for purity – transparent in timbre, yet moving in delivery.
The Jomo Audio Déux is a melting pot of fat, mellow tones with a dose of DD thrown into the mix.
The Lime Ears Model X marks yet another home-run for the Polish veterans. Vibrant, airy and crystal clear, it sets the bar high for all-rounders everywhere in 2018.
The Warbler Audio Prelude is a champion of timbral refinement, tonal accuracy and raw power – delivering an organically-textured and realistically-hued sonic palate by any means necessary.
The Jomo Audio Haka exemplifies versatility; outstandingly linear, impressively spacious and unendingly smooth – all by the hand of a single, proprietary balanced-armature driver.
The Custom Art FIBAE 3 is Piotr Granicki’s play at neutrality; offering his FIBAE line a champion of pristine clarity, transparency and air, without skimping out on fun.
Empire Ears releases two new flagships – the awe-inspiring Legend-X, with powerful bass and a dynamic sound; and the very natural-sounding Phantom, co-designed by yours truly.
The Fibae 2 suits buyers searching for a natural yet resolving sound with heaps of resolution.
LimeEars Aether Custom IEM Review: I don’t always listen to treble, but when I do, I listen to the Aether
LimeEars’ Emil is a wizard of treble In the magic mountains of Xanadu did Kubla…