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.
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If you enjoy an open, high-clarity sound and a powerful bass performance, the Bravery punches well above its weight.
Like the ER-line before it, the EVO is intimate, hyper-responsive and oh so clean from bottom to top. Years later, the Etymotic sound remains hard come by and has plenty of life.
If you enjoy a bright sound, then you’ll find the Starshine to be a technically outstanding EST implementation. For all else, proceed with caution.
The Vision Ears VE7 delivers neutrality in one of its easiest, most listenable forms yet; soulful, big and with a tiny hint of swing.
The RSV is one of the most well-rounded and instantly likeable earphones I’ve tested, representing an excellent value proposition even at its elevated price tag.
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.