“EarSonics has made its last flagship for the guigs, but the EM32 can without a doubt satisfy audiophile who are looking for the "neutrality" with a reinforcement in the sub and the highs. The main characteristic is the same as for the EM3pro/EM4/EM6 : musicality and body ! But here you have all in one, that's the improvement. 3 transducers, 3 ways, two bores, no one on the market is...” --Rollk2
“This is my second CIEM after purchasing Rooth's LS2. I own the Shure 535s as well. My sources as are iPhone 5C and Sony NW-F880, no amps. The LS4 has two bass drivers, so obviously this isn't for people who like monitor like sound. The bass is not overbearing, yet enhanced. There is a nice deep rumble, but not to the point where mids and highs are drowned out. The LS4 manages to...” --Yamato1
“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
Features - Amazing detail and clarity - Extremely smooth and liquid across the frequency spectrum - Powerful bass with great tactile performance
The new in-ear monitors reference for live performance, sound-based on EM4 technology but adapted to live.The best professional tool for exigents musicians who wait for best audio quality. The spectral balance is rigorous and a musical as never achieved before in an in-ear. Deep and "clean" lows, a "Earsonics touch" medium and treble with incredible sharpness. The...