INTRODUCTION:- I don’t think there is anyone who hasn’t heard about the Empire Ears. They make some of the best IEMs one can buy. Few years ago I reviewed their Bravado and it is an IEM I still fee is excellent for a bassy and caller sound signature. They have launched a lot of IEMs […]
The ODIN is Empire Ears’ most intricate, most audacious piece yet; a vast, vivid, yet sophisticated flagship tailor-made for lovers of the immense, the enveloping and the dramatic.
Lime Ears new flagship provides a thoroughly engaging, insightful yet versatile listen with gorgeous artisan design and custom PWAudio cable on top.
A sneak preview of some of 2019’s most exciting flagships, featuring initial sound impressions, brief comparisons and more.
The Phantom is the daily flagship, free of fatigue and always hiding a new nuance in plain sight for the listener to discover.
Though unorthodox in ergonomics and construction, the SB-7 has top-level resolution and micro-detail that enable it to retain perfect composure on the most demanding tracks.
The SA-50 impresses with its balanced signature, great resolving power and immense passive noise isolation.
It isn’t balanced, but Campfire Audio’s Atlas is undeniably an impressive and truly courageous creation executed with mastery.
Possibly the most advanced IEM to date, and a performance that follows suite.
The Redcore suits buyers looking to augment their IEM with vocal presence and clarity, enhanced detail and higher resolution.