While not as impressive as the higher-end Realvoice model, the Spider TinyEar provides clean and balanced sound in an extremely compact form factor.
Reviewed Mar 2010 Details: The pricier of the two ECCI models currently on the…
In the past year we’ve seen several manufacturers go down the ammunition path with their designs but the Munitio NINES may just be the most faithful take on the form factor yet.
The Sleek Audio SA1 offers a combination of features not usually found at its price point. Wooden housings, detachable cables, and tuning systems are all quite rare to begin with and finding them on a single earphone – one with an $80 price tag – is notable in itself.
The modestly-sized Ultimate Ears Super.Fi 4 is a welcome design change from the classic UE designs
The Fischer Audio Paradigm v.3 is yet another impressive mid-range, combining a balanced sound signature with a comfortable form factor and well thought-out build.
Yet another well-built and user-friendly design, the Meelectronics M31 is an earphone with many strengths.
The Xears PS120PRO offers a competent, fairly inoffensive take on the warm and bass-heavy sound so popular with the mainstream consumer.
Despite its modest price and austere appearance, the Hippo Pearl packs quite a sonic punch, beating out its siblings – the Boom and Shroom – in balance and musicality.