Flinkenick’s shootout continues with the Rhapsodio Galaxy V2, a highly detailed single dynamic driver.
What is love… baby don’t hurt me.
With a $500 USD asking price backed by 4 generations of experience, can the DK-3001 provide enough refinement to separate itself from other exemplary value and premium earphones?
The Quad Driver is a gorgeous in-ear whose consumer exterior houses the internal workings of an audiophile masterpiece.
Pinky explores what it means to be a co-flagship.
The BASIC from ORIVETI is anything but simple with a removable cable, durable metal build and dynamic sound.
Taking the place of the venerable SM3 in Earsonics’ lineup, the new ES3 steps away from the silky-smooth sound of its predecessor for a more modern – and proficient – sound tuning.
After two years EarSonics has taken another look at their acclaimed 3 BA iem Velvet.
Following Campfire’s success with Andromeda, they’re back for more. Campfire now offers not 1, but 3 ‘co-flagships’ alongside each other. Besides the 5 BA Andromeda, there’s the 3-driver hybrid Dorado, and Vega, which uses a newly developed diamond dynamic driver.