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Compact Monitors Stage 4

Compact Monitors Stage 4

Cable: replaceable due to miniature plugs (gold plated) Lenght: 1.38 m Shell: acrylic Technology: Three-Way-System with four drivers Sensitivity: 120dB SPL at 1mW Frequency: 10 Hz - 19 kHz Impedance: 20 Ohm ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Four balanced armature drivers and a complex crossover create lowest bass,...

MOE SS01 Dual Driver IEM Earphones

MOE SS01 Dual Driver IEM Earphones

“ i took a quick look to the forum thread of this earphone. usually everyone talks about it's frequency balance (peaks etc.). i bought this, used this and i couldn't find anything to talk about.   nothing spectacular about it's acoustic, yes it sounds bigger than some already trash earphones but pretty bad frequency separations, everything placed too close to each other. the bass is not...” --vaziyetu

50% Positive Reviews
VSONIC VSD 2S

VSONIC VSD 2S

“The housing has a rounder shape then the vsd3/5 and i much prefer it this way. While the shape and looks is simple, it does not feel very cheap. The diamond cut shape on the vsd3/5 seems a little bit gimmicky to me. The fit is very good and comfortable. Very negative fit so it does not stick out of my ears at all.   The cable is also very good. It is thin, but feels sturdy enough....” --Arvan

100% Positive Reviews
Beyerdynamic XP1

Beyerdynamic XP1

“Before I begin with my review of the Beyerdynamic XP1, all of the below are solely what I’ve managed to get out of the IEM, I suggest to try it out or read some other people’s review to get a clearer picture of the IEM, as my opinions are not absolute and other ears might have listened differently.    Sound: First of all, this IEM is one of the three IEM that Beyerdynamic released...” --SawItComing

100% Positive Reviews
DUNU DN-11 Ares

DUNU DN-11 Ares

“ I am writing this in the perspective of the general consumer who does not use an amplifier and with mediocre sources such as the computer. Also, this review will try to cover as many genres as possible to show how the IEM covers each genre.   Packaging     The packaging is very professionally done. I think it really shows the class of the product. It gives the Ares...” --kaixax555

100% Positive Reviews
Zero Audio ZH-BX500

Zero Audio ZH-BX500

“A mids-focused specialist with a little bass thump and smooth, relaxed treble (recessed, but still has some detail). Not an especially engaging sound (a little too relaxed maybe). Decent across genres, but tend to congestion during busy/noisy passages. I find them particularly useful for low volume podcast legibility, though with podcasts that are poorly leveled, subject to intrusive volume...” --Raketen

100% Positive Reviews
HiSoundAudio PAA-1

HiSoundAudio PAA-1

“ Disclaimer: Rather than being an audiophile like most of the members here, I consider myself to be just an enthusiast consumer. I have very limited experience with headphones and anyone looking at my current review should be aware of that.   The PAA-1's are my first decent earphones. Despite being entry-level if judged by price and appearance alone, the sound they produce is good and...” --horizon21

100% Positive Reviews
Beyerdynamic XP2

Beyerdynamic XP2

XP2 Good balance between treble and low frequency with great handle. -Versatile Sound option, pick the best sounding out of three. -Superb sound quality guaranteed support by countless years of experience in the industry. -Perfect angle fit, suitable for outdoor and sport usage, creates a weightless and solid feeling. -Passive Noise isolation feature cancelled out 97% outer sound and ambience....

Pai Audio MR4

Pai Audio MR4

Price: ~ $239 Drivers: 4; Balanced Armature Acoustic Ways: 3 Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 18 kHz Sensitivity: 118 dB/mW Impedance: 45 Ohms Max. Power: 125 dB SPL Rated Power: 1.25 V RMS Cable Length: 1.28 m

Jays t-JAYS Two

Jays t-JAYS Two

“Bought these headphones as a means to replace my sennheiser cx300-ii,  which was still working at the time so I had a standard to compare the jays to. First thing I realised was that the jays had a bit more bass than the sennheisers - which was something I was looking for back then. Next thing I noticed was that the mids and highs were not as clear as they were on the...” --flat bob

100% Positive Reviews
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