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.
The Vision Ears VE7 delivers neutrality in one of its easiest, most listenable forms yet; soulful, big and with a tiny hint of swing.
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.
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.
PLUSSOUND’s Exo Palladium-Plated Hybrid delivers open, airy, free-flowing musicality for near-perfect matchability with any high-end IEM.
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.
Moondrop’s latest earphone appends complaints with their former design whilst retaining benchmark level tonal refinement at a substantial price cut.
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.
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.
64 Audio’s A18s is about as natural as reference gets; a warmer, mellower, more engineer-tailored take on their custom flagship that’s discerning all the same.