“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
“This is a review of TTPOD T1E dual dynamic driver in-ear headphones. http://penonaudio.com/TTPOD-T1E-Bass Here you go, another in-ear headphone gem for under $50! Though I was a bit skeptical approaching it, T1E turned out to be another giant killer where this dual dynamic headphone set delivered a sound quality on par with others that cost at least twice or more. When you...” --twister6
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...
“TTPOD T2-E Introduction Today I’m going to be looking at the TTPOD T2-E, one of the cheapest triple driver hybrid headphones on the market, and an update to the somewhat disappointing TTPOD T2. Price Paid: $89.99 Specifications: -Brand: TTPOD -Model: T2-E -Drivers: 10mm “nano vibrating” dynamic driver + Knowles ED-29689 dual balanced armature unit -Sensitivity:...” --jekostas
“Introduction – The TTPOD T1 is a recent entry into the growing market of dual-dynamic earphones. Selling for only $35 at Penon Audio, the T1’s are the cheapest of all current dual-dynamic IEMs on the market and fall right within the budget category. With tough competition from the likes of the Havi B3 Pro-1’s, the MOE Audio SS01 (which shares a similar design), and the much more expensive...” --Audiophile1811