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HiSoundAudio E212

Wonderful warm, bassy change of pace from the normal, bright, clinical fare.

A review on: HiSoundAudio E212
fleasbaby

Pros: Good build, minimal microphonics, nice bass presentation.

Cons: They are IEMs. I hate IEMs :)

I am a Grado fan. More precisely, I am a Grado modder. Everything I listen to is tinkered with, and woodied….Needless to say, I favor a bright sound signature, open-backs and am not very into IEMs. For all of my listening I use my FiiO X5 on low gain, loaded with 16/44 FLAC files. IEMs are a necessary evil in an occasionally noisy world, but given I have oddly shaped ear canals (thanks to a...
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A very good studio monitor for the price
A very good studio monitor for the price

M-Audio BX5 D2

Pros: Great accurate sound,loud,build quality

Cons: No RCA input,Better looking monitors out there,Bass is a bit less

Good Runner-up among the Sea of sub-$200 Protable Amps
Good Runner-up among the Sea of sub-$200 Protable Amps

iFi iCan Nano Portable Headphone Amp

Pros: Build Quality. Unmatch EQ with XBass and 3D Halographics Sound. Better than Average SQ.

Cons: Too High a Gain for Sensitive Headphone. EMI issue. Bulky as Protable.

Great USB DAC with Decent Headphone Amp
Great USB DAC with Decent Headphone Amp

iFi Nano iDSD

Pros: Well built, features rich as a DAC with native PCM/DSD/DXD support, OTG for smartphone.

Cons: Headphone amp section isn't the best, Slight bulky for portable use.

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