“First review on head-fi ever. I don't have much to say less the ratings that i've came up with below. Don't take my review seriously though. Different ears, different sound impression. But what i do like about the CT-500E is how the lows/mids/highs work together cohesively. They don't bleed into each other. It makes the CT-500E analytical in a sense but more to the musical kind. For it's kind...” --5h4d0w
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...
“ Introduction Click here for the marketing info. No need for me to retype what’s already available. My set-ups Most of my music—and all of my audition music—is 44.1/16 ALAC rips from CD performed by XLD. Playback for this review is as follows: MBP – iTunes – Wireworld Starlight 7 USB – ALO Audio The International – CTMs MBP – Audirvana latest...” --muziq
“Copied from: http://www.head-fi.org/t/686039/cosmic-ears-ba4f-review I'm finding it hard to rate these, for the price I would give them 5 stars on every department. But I'd rather rate them, referenced with the idea of what the very best cIEM could be. The BA4f with the Ice Blue color Short History Before I started my journey into the cIEM...” --Marleybob217
“First of all I'd like to say the customs and the cable are both insane, the customs look incredible and the linum cable and connector beat the hell out of any other CIEM I've seen around. Cosmic Ears list this as a jack of all trades monitor which I do agree with. I'm coming from a 4BA model to this 2BA and I've been pleasantly surprised by the sound. I haven't had these a week yet so...” --daftpolecat
“First of all I'd like to say the customs and the cable are both insane, the customs look incredible and the linum cable and connector beat the hell out of any other CIEM I've seen around. Cosmic Ears list this as a jack of all trades monitor which I do agree with. I'm coming for a 4BA model to this 2BA and I've been pleasantly surprised by the sound. I haven't had these a week yet so...” --daftpolecat
“This is in my humble oppinion the very best bang for your buck custom in ear monitor on the whole market. For 250 british pounds you get a very nice piece of equipment, from very nice people too! The guys at cosmic ears care about their stuff being done properly and on time, they checked everything to be correct, from my ear canal impressions to colour, logos, letters, etc. They also come with...” --ardacer
The Flex model is designed to allow you to configure your earphones enabling you to build the perfect listening companion.
The HY2 combines a dynamic driver for lows and a balanced armature for the mids and highs. This dynamic driver also delivers an increased soundstage. The HY2 is a great sounding monitor for those looking for something a little different by combing the 2 driver technologies. Twin hybrid – 1 for lows, 1 for mids and highs Full sized medical grade hard acrylic shell Various...
“The HY3 is a three-way, three-driver hybrid custom in-ear monitor from Sweden-based Cosmic Ears. It utilizes a dynamic driver for the bass and twin balanced armature drivers for the midrange and treble, which used to be a very rare configuration, although hybrids have increased in popularity over the past year. The bass unit looks to be around 8mm in diameter and has its own sound bore. The two...” --blueangel2323