INTRO: Shozy is not a new brand, they have been making some of the best IEMs in various price ranges. They won me over with their Pola and Pola39 but the Form 1.1 wasn’t a slouch either. Shozy started to rise with the Zero, Hibiki was fantastic, Neo BG5 was a class apart and now […]
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.
INTRODUCTION: DUNU, a brand all of us are aware of. They have been making some of the best IEMs in their respective price brackets for long. Black in 2012-13 they introduced DN-2000J which took the whole IEM by storm. That hybrid was the IEM to get. There on DUNU has been making some of the […]
The Phoenix provides a hyper-attractive visual and auditory experience with a tuning that showcases its profuse technical ability first and foremost.
Those looking for a warm, full-bodied sound without the muffle and congestion will find the Xelento versatile and TOTL in every regard.
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.
The DX200 is an incredibly technical source with great hardware and versatility set to a fast user interface.
The Cascade isn’t balanced, neutral or realistic, but executes its tuning through marvellous control and clear yet natural voicing.
The ie800S is a fine update that executes its incredibly crisp, clear tuning with great refinement and remarkable technical aptitude.