From the first listen it was clear that the Custom Art Music One, which utilizes a vented balanced armature driver, is one of the best earphones in its class, pursuing a very coherent, natural sound that impresses with its weight and smoothness.
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The IEM market has changed a lot in the past several years, becoming saturated at an increasing rate. Still, of all of the earphones I’ve tried recently, the JH Audio JH13 Pro has been the biggest eye-opener, delivering clarity and resolution unlike anything else I’ve heard.
Tuned in collaboration with professional mastering engineers, the Sensaphonics 3MAX follows a different sound signature than other musicians’ monitors I’ve tried. Despite the dual woofer design, its sound is focused more on the midrange, especially the upper midrange.
Fit-Ear, not to be confused with FItEar Japan, is a company based in California and run by Mark Hood. When asked more about the company, Mark’s explanation of how he operates and what the company does follows
Hidition, located in Korea, re-launched their business and product line near the end of 2011 and I was privileged to be able to review the NT-6, which is one of their two flagship products. The NT-6 was designed with a reference sound and has 6 balanced armature drivers in a 4-way configuration, delivering a ER4 like sound with greater detail, resolution, clarity, and capability.
DUNU is a fairly new company and was started as a brand of the Top…
14mm of Dynamic Power with FST Technology How good can a dynamic driver be in…
Unique Melody is no stranger to making high quality custom IEM products as they have…
Two flagships from Poland-based Lime Ears go head to head against each other a handful of other custom in-ear monitors.