“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
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
The Pure model is the fantastic entry model to our range of customs yet it still has the benefits of custom in ear monitor. The Pure fits perfectly to your ears, these high-quality headphones deliver a rich sound that off-the-shelf earbuds simply cannot match.
DUNU is a fairly new company and was started as a brand of the Top Sound OEM making IEMs that utilize very high quality housings that have a similar look and feel, but better build quality to the Monster IEMs. I have had a chance to hear some DUNU products briefly, but as I now stick to custom IEMs and higher priced universals I didn’t perform a full evaluation. I was a little surprised...
“Full review here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/699630/review-dunu-dn-1000-3-way-hybrid Sound: This is the main part of the review, and the most important for every audio gear. Dunu's house sound usually leans towards to either the warm and smooth, or bassy signatures. Even their single balanced armature based IEMs were more mid-centered with rolled-off highs and lows....” --Zelda
“ 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
“First of all I have to mention overall packaging and design. They're looking extremely rich. Earphones themselves also looks great and unusual. As for sound quality - I'd say that it's OK for the money asked for them. Sound is clear, with nice mids and height. Sometimes bass lacked punch, but it depends on recoding mastering. So money/value - it's a good choice. ” --cleg
“ First off, I'd like to thank the folks at DUNU-TopSound for providing me with samples to review Up for review today are a pair of balanced armature based IEMs. Priced solidly within the bracket I would consider “mid-range”, these have a great deal of competition right out of the gate and one has to wonder whether or not DUNU’s newcomers can stand up to that competition....” --TheGame21x