“Build quality: 4.5/5 Thin wire, but further more everything looks tight. Sound quality: 4/5 It’s personal but this is my opinion: this IEM comes short on all fronts except bass and soundstage, from which the last is an obvious result of the use of ventilation holes in the back of the housings. The bass might even be overpresent for some (it is the Bass edition though), but the key fact for me...” --BlastAway
“I bought this as a gift to my sister on her birthday. She lent it to me for a while so that I can test it to see how it is like. Delivery: I really have to applaud Lendmeurears for their wonderful service. Having bought from them before I am pretty impressed. Furthermore delivery was really quick, for my order arrived within two days (for I live in Singapore), to be honest I was expecting 3 to...” --kaixax555
“ Really enjoyed these right out of the box. Sound does not change much through burn in period (fortunately). Wide soundstage. Not too bassy, just perfect.Good build quality. Appears to be a league above Meelec M9 when it comes to sound quality. If you are able to get these for 40 dollars or less they're a best buy you should not let pass. ” --MrProggie
A great vocal lovers' in-ear headphone! The power of this headphone is in the mid-range. The warm full bodied mid-range give your music excellent resolution and texture. This is the little brother of the RO4 Flagship Pro Audiophile earphones, the difference being in the headphone impedance and imbalance. Under instruction from the manufacturer to give these headphones a burn-in - like any...
These earphones are only available in an iPod like white color. They come with a good selection of silicone tips which should ensure that you can get a good fit while using them. The R02-PRO is the natural successor of the R02s that where launched last year. They were battered around quite a bit because the supplied tips were horrible comfort wise. With the arrival of the PRO version things are...
“ Imagine the GR07 with a better refined and slightly more prominent treble, with the bass quantity, weight, and rumble toned down slightly. With that said, I suggest bassheads to look away (why would you be looking at a TWFK in the first place?). The bass is well controlled and will show up when called for, though obviously not enough to satisfy a basshead, but is adequate for me...” --Reomero