“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
“ 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
“I am not good with reviews , so this is gonna be a small review (will probably update it later with more thoughts/impressions) Simply put, NT6 is one AMAZING CIEM, and definitely a level (or two) up , from all the previous TOTL (C)IEMs i owned ( K3003 , UM Miracles , Custom Art Anzu V2 ) I am using it with a Whiplash Hybrid V3 cable , so my impressions come from this...” --proedros
“Months ago I believed the JH13Pro Freqphase to have the most clarity when it came to Custom In-Ear Monitors, but I was properly blown away by the Hidition NT-6 Pro with its death-defying clarity and resolution. Introduction After spending a lot of time with my JH13Pro I decided to seek another CIEM to possibly challenge or even defeat it. After browsing the ever-beloved head-fi.org, I...” --VisceriousZERO
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...