VSonic’s second dual balanced armature earphone is a lower-priced – but not less capable – alternative to the more expensive GR01 and a very solid earphone for those who tend to prefer a balanced sound signature.
A look at the debut model from the first India-based IEM manufacturer – the deliciously bassy Signature Acoustics Elements C-12.
The ETY-Kids earphones, which promote hearing safety with a combination of immense noise isolation and volume-limiting impedance, turn out to be a great entry-level audiophile IEM.
EarSonics’ new SM64 gets pitted against a half-dozen top-tier in-ears, including the SM3 model it replaces.
The T-Peos H-100 is a BA+dynamic hybrid earphone with a rather unique sound signature.
The UE 600 is a little plasticky in build but remains lightweight, comfortable, and fairly well-isolating courtesy of the included Comply eartips.
The MT300 is an entry-level earphone with a bass-heavy, consumer-oriented sound.
The LG Quadbeat provides a clean and detailed, yet minimally offensive sound with a slightly v-shaped signature.
Despite my issues with its j-style cable, microphonics, and proprietary remote, the Sony MH1C offers fantastic sound quality for the asking price, and beyond.