The MEElectronics A151 may not break any new sonic ground with its dry and accurate sound signature, but it delivers a very wholesome package of sound quality and functionality at a very reasonable price.
While VSonic’s GR-series earphones have simply been at the top of their game, the VC02 seems to transcend competing altogether.
Reviewed Jan 2010 Details: Head-Direct’s latest creation that strays from the path set by the…
The Klipsch Custom 3 is a very capable earphone with one colossal caveat – the cabling.
Highly isolating for a dynamic-driver set and boasting a smooth and detailed sound signature with an emphasis on bass and mids, the Shure SE215 is poised to be a high-value in the consumer market.
The HiSoundAudio Crystal is an impressive mid-level in-ear from a company that clearly focuses on more than just sound quality.
The Etymotic Research MC5 is a capable dynamic-driver earphone from a company that doesn’t normally do dynamic drivers.
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.
The Rock-It Sounds R-30 is an impressive performer, improving noticeably on the sound of most entry-level BA earphones while competing with them directly on price.