Priced to compete with the likes of the Audio-Technica ATH-CK10/CK90Pro and Jays Q-Jays, the dual-armature Phiaton PS200 boasts low microphonics, solid build quality, very impressive isolation, and aesthetics Monster’s earphone division could envy.
Although the Rock-It Sounds R-20 is among the cheapest BA-based IEMs on the market, the manufacturer has taken no shortcuts when it comes to design or construction
Reviewed Nov 2010 Details: First IEM released by Hi-Fi OEM Sunrise under their…
The Etymotic HF5 is a thoroughly modern take on the classic Etymotic design philosophy.
Considering the overwhelmingly positive reception of the sound of the original DDM, it is no surprise that the signature of the new Radius HP-TWF21 strays little from that of its predecessor.
With a relaxed and buttery-smooth sound signature, the Monster Turbine Pro Gold is an excellent all-around earphone, picking up where the original Turbines left off and providing a more balanced and refined sound signature.
The sound signature of the Astrotec AM-90 may be nothing new next to other entry-level, single-BA earphones but it is the most reasonably-priced – and one of the best-sounding – Knowles SR-based sets I’ve heard.
Added Jul 2012 Details: Discontinued dual-BA model from UE’s pre-Logitech lineup Current Price: N/A…
The JVC FXT90 is not the first dual-dynamic earphone to hit the market, but it may just be the first one you’ll actually want to live with.