A review of Rhapsodio’s new flagship dynamic driver, which surprises with a rather accurate and uncolored sound.
If you’re looking for a comfortable in-ear with a refined, musical sound, the Aurora should be on your radar.
All the warmth and bass you could ever ask for, plus enough clarity and air to keep you afloat.
Those wanting an earphone with top-class build quality, excellent resolving power and a hyper-revealing signature will find they probably won’t need to look higher than the HS1503AL.
Building forth on their high-end single dynamic driver ‘the Dream’, DITA Audio introduces two new flagships: the Fealty and Fidelity.
The SA-50 impresses with its balanced signature, great resolving power and immense passive noise isolation.
The Falcon-C is an excellent earphone for those wanting outstanding technical ability and a clean, spacious presentation.
The v1.1 is a nice choice for commuters searching for a well isolating earphone with a warm, focused sound that doesn’t disperse in the presence of ambient noise.
True and accurate timbre. Warmth and smoothness to die for.
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