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SHOZY Zero IEM

SHOZY Zero IEM

“The SHOZY Zero was sent to me from SHOZY directly in exchange for my honest review of them. The price at the time of this review was $59 on the Penon Audio website: http://penonaudio.com/SHOZY-Zero%20?search=shozy I’m not in any way affiliated with Penon Audio. About me: [[SPOILER]]  Built and accessories:The SHOZY Zero is a single dynamic IEM featuring a driver of unknown size. They’re...” --peter123

96% Positive Reviews
FLC Technology FLC 8S

FLC Technology FLC 8S

“Product link: http://www.lendmeurears.com/flc-8s/ (apparently currently out of stock)   So... This is my first time writing a review after lurking in the depths of Head-fi for three years, so bear with me   A bit about myself - I'm a female student from HK studying in the US. I mainly listen to classical, instrumental and pop, and in general I tend to enjoy headphones...” --SerenaxD

100% Positive Reviews
Venture Electronics (VE) Zen

Venture Electronics (VE) Zen

“ Before I start my review, I would like to Thank VE and @zhibli06 for providing me with a review sample of VE ZEN (and MONK) in exchange for my honest opinion.   Manufacturer website: http://eng.52ve.cn/     Just like a deja vu from a few weeks ago when I mentioned in one of my reviews that I can’t believe I’m writing about CIEM (I usually test and review only in-ears...” --twister6

100% Positive Reviews
Alessandro MS1i

Alessandro MS1i

“ These were purchased on impulse - more to experience the Grado/Alessandro sound than anything - and quickly became one of my favourite headphones.  Incredible sound, incredible value, and the ability to modify them yourself so that they punch far above their original weight.   For this review - I'm using them at my desktop with FLAC recordings using Amarok player (Linux) via and...” --Brooko

95% Positive Reviews
MEElectronics M6 PRO Universal-Fit Noise-Isolating Musician’s In-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables

MEElectronics M6 PRO Universal-Fit Noise-Isolating Musician’s In-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables

“I lost my Klipsch s4ii's....I was despondent. I had no good headphones as a result. Through a search of the internet, I was led to Head-Fi, and my "reentry" into the personal-portable music world began. Through much reading and research, I was led to the MEElectronic (now MEE Audio) m6 Pro's. I eagerly ordered them and anxiously awaited their arrival. In the mean time, I kept...” --ngoshawk

100% Positive Reviews
Sennheiser HD 380 PRO Headphones

Sennheiser HD 380 PRO Headphones

“I realize it is a bit of apples vs oranges, but I will compare these to the Sennheiser HD 600 sound, since I sometimes use those to mix recordings with, and many know their sound. Assuming good sources and amplification, the HD 380 pro sounds as balanced through the mids and highs as the HD 600. Both are what most would consider neutral, or flat, with the HD 600s being ever so  slightly...” --Zobel

94% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR EX1000

Sony MDR EX1000

“            Unboxing ” --Hawaiibadboy

100% Positive Reviews
AKG Q701 Premium Class Reference Headphones, Quincy Jones Signature Line

AKG Q701 Premium Class Reference Headphones, Quincy Jones Signature Line

“TL;DR Review of the AKG Q701’sAccentuated Mids: Enhances most female vocals, also forwards vocals, “livens” synthesizers in electronic music. Can cause vocals to sound uneven due to the 2khz bump.Grainy/Textured Treble: Gives texture and dynamics to ride cymbals and high hats, may force treble into songs that suffer with treble. i.e. Metal genres. Not to be confused with “sparkly...” --Nec3

93% Positive Reviews
Creative Aurvana Live! Headphones

Creative Aurvana Live! Headphones

“   A legendary value performer   The Creative Aurvana Live! (CAL! for short) has a strong reputation for being an excellent choice for beginning headphone hobbyists and an amazingly good sounding headphone for under $100. I found myself with some spare cash, and was after some new headphones after selling my Denon D2000, and thought it would be fun to try the CALs, since they...” --HeretixAevum

100% Positive Reviews
Koss PortaPro - Headphones ( semi-open )

Koss PortaPro - Headphones ( semi-open )

“ After my previous skullcandys my parents gave me as a present broke, I went to a store for electronic stuff in general and tested some headphones. The standard Porta Pro as well. The bass was cool, especially because it came out from nowhere.   Some days later I bought the anniversary edition in full black. Maybe the sound was a little bit better, I don't really know. First their...” --webspider

100% Positive Reviews
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