“ http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/552996/review-westone-ac2-dual-driver-custom-in-ear-monitor See above for my in depth review. In general, the Westone AC2 is a great addition to the somewhat crowded entry level custom IEM market. It has its own flavor that will surely please some people. What would be the point if Westone just released another UE4pro/LiveWires sounding custom,...” --project86
Technical parameters: Frequency Response: 20Hz - 15kHz Sensitivity: 108 db Impedance: 17.5 ohms Noise Isolation: -26 db Connector: 3.5 mm (1 / 8 ") gold-plated Internal Speaker Configuration: 2 proprietary precision balanced armatures
“EarSonics is a french CIEMs and IEMs manufacturer that is based in the south of France, near from Montpellier. All the prices are also in €uros. The EM4 are based on Franck Lopez thoughts after the EM3pro. They gain in width, clarity, separation and precision. But they are not made for guigs, you can use it for but it's not especially done for. I would advice to take the EM6 for....” --Rollk2
“ Check out the thread & review here as well: http://www.head-fi.org/t/604971/the-starkey-hf-2-thread-affordable-custom-iem-for-your-phone Intro Not long ago Starkey launched their canal-sized custom in-ear monitor HF-2. I've been lucky enough to get to review it and share my thoughts with the rest of the Head-Fi community. The Starkey HF-2 utilizes a 2-way...” --Staal
“ 1964 Ears V6, Six Driver Custom In Ear Monitor Review Firstly, I would like to clear things up before I go into a lengthy review. I paid full price for my unit, rush build, shipping, and even the hefty taxes that is imposed on audio equipment here in Malaysia. Now, with that out of the way, lets get going! How I got to know about 1964 Ears is that I was watching...” --joshuachew
Clear Tune Monitors (CTM) has developed a line of extremely affordable in-ear monitors ranging from $200 to $600. Clear Tune Monitors (CTM) offers a wide array of products that a provide high-end listening experience, whether you are a professional musician or an average music lover wanting to take your aural experience to the next level: CTM-200: The CTM- 200 is the most popular type of...
“EarTech Music -- Have you ever heard of them or Ear Technology Corporation? Well, me neither. This review is for EarTech Music Dual driver custom in-ear monitor. I ran upon this company one day while I was actually doing a search for "Ear Werks," and I must have typed something wrong with my fat little fingers. Somehow or fate, EarTech Music came up. So, being into music and audio, I clicked...” --acain
“ Intro: I’ve listened and owned many Universal and Custom IEMs made in the US (JH Audio, Westone, Aurisonics), Asia (Tralucent, FitEar), but I realized I don’t have many European IEMs (EarSonics) or even a CIEM, at least until the name Vision Ears came up in a PM thread with Mimouille (I slightly blame you for this bro) and I saw the Vision Ears/Rhines/Compact Monitors thread. But...” --VisceriousZERO
“ $250 (got mine 10% off from a promo code on theheadphonelist.com but it was only valid for 2014) - 2 Balanced armature Drivers - 1 Bass Driver - 1 High Frequency Driver - 1 sound bore - 2way Passive cross over - Sensitvity 115 dB - Impedance 47 ohms - Hardwired cable - Choice of Canal or Fullshell style Specs, info, response and THD curve: ...” --DreamKing
The Triple is a step up from the dual driver monitor in depth and presence, yet still clear and crisp. This is our most popular model with sound engineers, on-stage musicians, and the discriminating audiophile due to its exceptional accuracy... STANDARD FEATURES: Balanced armature drivers, Passive tuning network, 26 dB ambient noise reduction, Hypoallergenic, hard acrylic shells.... Frequency...