If you’re looking for a neutral, accurate sound without a fatiguing top-end and value build and ergonomics, the Nair is certainly a strong investment.
The AF140MK2 doubtlessly reaffirms Audiofly’s stake in the budget category with one of the most cohesive, open and natural-sounding bass-emphasised IEMs I’ve heard in the segment to date.
The Opera’s magic lies in its ability to bring every element together into a highly coherent, composed and effortless whole.
The Craft Four represents outstanding value and is best suited for those wanting a balanced, musical earphone with smooth, prominent vocals and airy highs.
The new Polaris provides a fun sound, retaining a mostly natural vocal image and highs that possess newfound cleanliness and nuance.
The AF1120 rewards those valuing accuracy, balance and a natural tone with perfect ergonomics and a newly upgradeable cable on top.
A first look at Audiofly’s hybrid AF140 MK2 – one of the well-executed bass-emphasised signatures the entry level has ever seen.
The AF1120 isn’t perfectly neutral and lacks the delicate frequency balanced of higher priced earphones, but it is an exceptional mix of components that work perfectly well with each other.
Part 3 of our CES 2014 Headphone Coverage, in which we demo a few dozen new headphones, featuring AudioFly, Marshall Headphones, Sennheiser, and more