It is difficult enough putting a value on earphones costing $400, but the price tag of the Final Audio Design FI-BA-SS is nothing short of ridiculous.
Rock-It Sounds’ flagship capitalizes on some of the best traits of a dual balanced armature setup – tiny size, high efficiency, good detail and clarity, and an extended, well-balanced response.
A much more reasonably priced alternative to the flagship MDR-EX1000, the Sony MDR-EX600 is a perfect look into the law of diminishing returns.
With such a widely revered predecessor and an even more easy-going sound signature, the new Ultimate Ears UE 900 is a high-end earphone for the masses.
The Westone 2 has arguably more mass appeal than any other dual-driver out there and is a good example of what many consider to be the ‘audiophile’ sound signature
Reviewed Oct 2011 Details: HiFiMan’s latest flagship and the company’s second balanced earphone Current Price:…
The FitEar To Go! 334 earns its hefty price by joining off-the-charts construction quality with impressive sonic performance.
Reviewed June 2011 Details: Shure’s previous flagship and one of the first triple-armature universal-fit earphones…
Reviewed May 2012 Details: AKG’s flagship IEM, built around a hybrid BA+dynamic driver setup MSRP:…