HeadPhone InEar

JH Audio Lola $1,599 Review

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” When it comes to in-ear monitors, everyone has their preferences. Someone who’s a sound engineer may want something more balanced and neutral like the 16V2. Someone on stage, who hears more than just their own contribution to their music, may want something like the Lola or Layla/Roxanne depending on the type of emphasis they’re looking for. As for audiophiles, the jury is out on that one.”

VISION EARS VE8 REVIEW

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” Accuracy was never going to be an issue considering Vision Ears already had initial scans from a few years back. The only way these would not fit like a glove would be if my ear canal suddenly changed shape or the workmanship dropped. Honestly, I put my money on the former over the latter such is the consistency of the shell accuracy over all 3 reviewed thus far.”

1MORE Quad Driver Universal Fit In-Ear Monitor Review

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“That being said, make no mistake – the Quad is able to scale up pretty nicely with a better source. Paired with the Chord Mojo it was flat-out impressive and hard to actually stop listening to. The powerful dynamics, best-in-class sub-bass, velvety mids and grand staging always kept me flipping for one more song… how fitting. Overall, I’d happily recommend this IEM to pretty much anyone searching for an earphone around at the $199 price point. It’s hard not to get excited about a product that performs at such a high level for such a reasonable asking price. As dollar-for-dollar value goes, it looks like 1MORE has knocked it out of the park once again”

Phiaton Single Balanced Armature Earphones – Review

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The audiophile world is prone to “flavors of the month”, with the newest releases nearly always lauded as great strides forward—so much so that it can be difficult to keep up. As a result, some manufacturers adopt short product cycles, special editions, and other ways of showing continuous improvement. ”

NOBLE AUDIO KATANA WIZARD EDITION REVIEW

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“The Katana low end really benefits from that slightly larger bespoke BA driver Noble have used (the 9th). It really does not sound like a generic BA bass performance and more like a very finely tuned and coherent hybrid with excellent depth. There is a slight bump in the Katana low end that produces some pleasing body, particularly the sub-bass power and presence which is clear and well defined.”