With an oddball driver config and a big, boisterous sound, the Lime Ears Anima adds some much needed color to the flagship space without losing an inch of finesse along the way.
The EXT sees Vision Ears tread bold, new ground with rich, earthy tones, crisp, tactile instruments and a motley deluge of aural texture.
Four DDs, eight BAs and countless patents full, the Jolene is Jerry Harvey’s most ambitious, innovative and technically-impressive release to date; a true rockstar’s IEM.
With tia tech, Wave Sync and a semi-open apex chassis, 64 Audio’s clean, resolving, easy-sounding Duo delivers a much-needed jolt to the kilobuck category.
The five-driver VxV is FiR Audio’s take on the everyday carry; unassuming, easygoing, yet chock-full of the company’s signature, proprietary tech.
Custom Art’s FIBAE 7 is their house sound at its purest and cleanest yet: An intimate, organic, yet refined flagship without the sky-high price tag.
Vision Ears’ EVE20 subverts the dynamic, boom-bap sound with heaps of texture, a robust midrange and an image capable of delivering drive with finesse.
Disclaimer: Vision Ears loaned me a universal version of Elysium for the purposes of this review. Vision Ears’ Elysium is truly unique among IEMs, a fellow reviewer told me “Nothing sounds like the Elysium”, I agree with his statement. Elysium features a single balanced armature driver for the lows, a single dynamic driver for the […]
FiR Audio’s M5 represents the pinnacle of the company’s numerous technological and acoustical exploits, resulting in their most refined, precise and yet, musical piece yet.
FiR Audio’s M4 takes the company’s clean, airy, nuanced house sound with extra helpings of body, resolution and stereo imaging.