Whether in 4-wire or 8-wire form, Satin Audio’s Athena brings a distinct shade of meatiness, vividness and speed, with upticks in control and finesse the more wires you add into the mix.
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PLUSSOUND’s Exo Palladium-Plated Hybrid delivers open, airy, free-flowing musicality for near-perfect matchability with any high-end IEM.
With swappable faceplates and a smooth, dynamic tonality, the EVO 10 sees Effect Audio play with sound and colour the only way they know how: With wit, finesse and a touch of flair.
PW Audio’s Monile imparts exuberance, intimacy and bite without losing sight of balance, realism or finesse.
Eletech’s Socrates is a gateway to vividness, clarity and thump without missing realism along the way.
Flagship-class in aesthetics, ergonomics and sound, the Iliad is a mighty first-outing from Eletech and a conductor worthy of any high-end in-ear monitor.
To those in reach of its remarkably affluent niche, Effect Audio’s Code 51 will deliver exceptional dynamics, expansive imaging and a robust, full-bodied tonality to any flagship in-ear in your collection.
A first look at Effect Audio’s brand-new flagship Code 51 – a luxury by every definition, with the performance and metalware to match.
Peter Wong’s latest brings ferocious lows, end-to-end extension and a smooth, textured tone to produce one of the most powerful-sounding entry-level cables I’ve heard yet.
With the 8-wire Aegis, Han Sound Audio achieve stunning depth, spaciousness and air, whilst preserving an organic, effortless and wholesomely-textured timbre throughout.