The Phiaton PS 210 is a rather unique offering from the Korean audio giant. Designed to fall somewhere between an IEM and a conventional earbud in both fit and isolation, the PS 210 is otherwise an extremely competent mid-range earphone.
Completing the triumvirate of higher-end Xears wooden IEMs, the XE200PRO provides a slightly more balanced alternative with all of the technical capability of the N3i
Reviewed Aug 2010 Details: Current flagship of the Xears earphone line from Playaz Current…
The Fischer Audio Consonance combines booming bass, warm mids, and a touch of top-end sparkle for a powerful, lively sound capable of competing with the renowned Eterna.
The Ultimate Ears 500 differs both from UE’s lower-end dynamic-driver models and the old armature-based SuperFi line in offering a mildly v-shaped signature with impactful bass and sparkly treble.
Great sound at the expense of packaging, accessories, and sometimes build quality is what I’ve come to expect from Xears earphones. With the XR120PRO II, however, the disparity between performance and presentation is greater than ever.
Reviewed Nov 2009 Details: Discontinued IEM from Chinese manufacturer Cyclone, succeeded by the…
Priced just below the Ares, the Dunu DN-13 Crius offers a slightly different sonic flavor on the same overall competency level.
The Brainwavz M2/ViSang R03 is an incredible performer – a wholesome combination of build quality, comfort, and sound at a price well south of $100