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Eight flagship IEMs. One good ole’ fashioned shootout. Who comes out on top?
The Gorilla Ears GX-4b is a full-shell acrylic CIEM with warm tone, plenty of bass, pretty good clarity and resolution, and extremely high efficiency.
Custom Art was born from a headphone enthusiast that has been a contributor to the headphone forum head-fi.org, Piotr Granicki. The Headphone List gave the Music One a recommendation; see how his latest creation, the Harmony 8 Pro performs.
Hidition is known for their detailed, clear, and precise CIEMs that are on the brighter and analytical side. Find out how their latest release, the Viento-R, stacks up to the other well regarded Hidition products and many more.
The Minerva Mi-Artist Pro custom in-ear monitors utilize the Sonion AcuPass dual balanced armature driver, but the differentiator is the ease of purchase, with a one-stop-shop approach, simplifying the process of getting a CIEM.
Spacious, natural, and detailed with the ability to adjust the amount of bass from a little to a lot with ultra-high level performance. What more could you want in an in-ear monitor? Check out the Lear LCM BD4.2 review for more info on an instant classic.
The Perfect Seal SportBud Silver is a high-end workout earphone that provides the perfect fit and audiophile quality sound at a reasonable price.
The InEarz IE-P250 has a consumer-friendly sound signature with a forward presentation that somewhat hides the slight V-shaped sound signature for a clear, engaging, and dynamic experience.
Polish custom in-ear monitor company Lime Ears LE3 and LE3B fit in the often neglected mid-price category. See how they perform against their peers in this review.