The InEarz IE-P250 has a consumer-friendly sound signature with a forward presentation that somewhat hides the slight V-shaped sound signature for a clear, engaging, and dynamic experience.
Polish custom in-ear monitor company Lime Ears LE3 and LE3B fit in the often neglected mid-price category. See how they perform against their peers in this review.
Well known Compact Monitors of Germany split into 2 companies. The founder of Compact started Rhines Custom Monitors and continues the Stage series legend. Read the in-depth review of the Stage 3 and see what they are all about.
The Custom Art Music One is a silicone shelled custom in-ear monitor that recreates the emotion within music rarely recreated in headphones in the price range. While it isn’t going to be everything for everyone, it offers a glimpse into the world of higher-end music recreation.
The ProGuard P2+1 was designed for the gigging musician, and the sound signature is perfect for that use. With good detail levels and a 3D presentation, the P2+1 should suite many audiophiles as well.
The Proguard Custom Fleximonitors Mark 2 musicians earplugs offer filtering of loud sounds while retaining the ability to hear people and allow the filters to be swapped for drivers so you can enjoy your tunes with a custom-fit silicone shelled canal only fit.
The EarSonics S-EM6 is a universal fit version of the EM6 custom in-ear monitor, but with some improvements. How does it stack up to custom in-ears and other universals, and does it retain the EarSonics thick and spacious sound?
The Audio Earz AUD-8X by Dream Earz packs 8 drivers into each shell with a sub-$900 price tag. Offering an exciting and involving sound, find out how it stacks up against others in the price range and more expensive 8-driver custom in-ear monitors.
Fit-Ear, not to be confused with FItEar Japan, is a company based in California and run by Mark Hood. When asked more about the company, Mark’s explanation of how he operates and what the company does follows
Hidition, located in Korea, re-launched their business and product line near the end of 2011 and I was privileged to be able to review the NT-6, which is one of their two flagship products. The NT-6 was designed with a reference sound and has 6 balanced armature drivers in a 4-way configuration, delivering a ER4 like sound with greater detail, resolution, clarity, and capability.