EP-L8R: EarWerkz Pro Legend R Driver Configuration: Triple Highs, Triple Mids, Dual Lows. 7-Way, Six Crossover Points Network. Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz Impedance: 25 ohms @ 1 kHz Sensitivity: 119 dB @ 1 kHz Noise Isolation: 28 dB, +/-2 dB Input Connector: 1/8" (3.5 mm) Gold Plated
“My main review is here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/762142/review-earwerkz-legend-omega-and-legend-r-with-comparisons. This will house the TL;DR version: The awesome customer service, comfortable fit, and an auditory experience like no other, EarWerkz manages to pull off a full house, a three-minute mile and maybe even Ellis Coleman's Flying Squirrel! Here's a...” --moedawg140
“ The product was provided to me free of charge for the review purpose in exchange for my honest opinion. The review was originally posted on my blog, and now I would like to share it with all my readers on head-fi. Manufacturer/product website: Empire Ears. Please keep in mind, this is a review of the Remastered version of the original Zeus XIV. * click on images to...” --twister6
The Etymotic mc3 are a new line of colourful headphones that have a few features that make it rather unique. With a stylish look, the headphones feature a three button inline remote that's compatible with the iPhone and iPod Touch. The inline remote lets owners control playback, adjust volume and access phone functions. Along with producing great sound quality and comfort, the headphones...
“One of the most underrated models in the Fitear range of IEMs is the MH334. As stated on the Fitear website, the MH334 is voiced by one of Japan's top mastering engineers, Mitsuharu Harada, In fact, the MH334 was designed to be a mastering studio reference monitor. So, this would be the natural choice for someone looking for a more natural but nonetheless clear sound. In fact, I...” --Kiats
“One of the most divisive models in the Fitear range of IEMs is the MH335DW. The MH335DW is a bit of an enigma. There are those who swear that it is too bass heavy with its double woofers. There are others who shrug their shoulders and go “What bass?” As stated on the Fitear website, like the MH334, the MH335DW is voiced by one of Japan's top mastering engineers, Mitsuharu Harada. In...” --Kiats
“I don’t get asked very often about the Private 333 amongst the Fitear customs I own. Nor do you hear people raving about it as you might in respect of the C435, the MH 334 and the MH335DW. That is quite a pity because the 333 has its own charms. In fact, in a sense the 333 is probably one of the clearest yet intimate of the Fitear range of customs. My pair of 333s have been...” --Kiats
“DISCLAIMER This review is based on the demo set at Jaben Singapore, which I have demoed extensively no less than 3 times. Though fit is pretty good, but as perfect fit is not achieved, I shall not be commenting much on the bass of C435. FitEar is a household name in Japan, though they fast gaining popularity in Singapore. TG334 has been a rather big revelation here...” --Joe-Siow
The C3 is what we like to call the "baby brother" to the C5. Featuring the same sound signature as the C5, the C3 is our entry level CIEM. However don't be put off by "entry level", this gem will still shine through and sound absolutely fantastic. We've examined all possible routes for our sound signatures, and felt that a slight mid-bass hump was the most...