“Remember those essays you had to write in grade school? Well I do even if you don't. In honor of that memory, I am going to write: What does the EarSonics SM3 mean to me? Back in March I was going to order the EarSonics SM3 based off the few things I have read about them, even though it wasn't much. But then something stopped me. Could they really be that good, and the shipping cost was as...” --average_joe
“ The JH13 Pro was my first purchase of high-end personal audio equipment so it's difficult for me to provide a fair comparison (prior to purchasing them, I was listening to iPhone earbuds), but I can safely say that I couldn't possibly be happier with my purchase. The process of getting the impressions made was painless (albeit a bit expensive in the San Francisco Bay Area), and...” --WKHarmon
“ I orederd a pair of JH 16Pro IEMs in May. It is now June 15th. Since ordering the first pair, I have returned at my cost of $21.15 each time, the IEMs three times. Each time, Caleb Ellis, who manages the department that makes the IEMs, said he could not explain what had happened. The left IEM of the first pair fitted perfectly with the impressions I paid an ...” --rollinoswald
“http://www.earsonics.com/SM3%20engl.htm v2 page. Aside from the cable and new body, my impressions match what I had in my v1 review. http://www.head-fi.org/products/earsonics-sm3-universal-fit-iem/reviews/4422 Otherwise, these sound about the same as v1/the new ear-piece body shape is a lot more ergonomic(seems to be a bit smaller as well, but not as easy to get a good seal... At the same...” --svyr
“ I've been a fan of Earsonics since the SM2. Then the SM3. I found the SM3 to be almost perfect and the SM2 to sometimes be too dull. Actually, the SM3 had a similar voice. SM64 came along and surprised me. 1: it looked exactly like the SM3, even down to the accessories 2: it sounded way better than both the SM2 and SM3 3: it rarely hisses,...” --shigzeo
“ Intro The first CIEM by JHAudio, the JH5Pro has been a long-existing audio option for those looking for a custom fit at a lower price. That being said, lower price isnt necessarily a good descriptor, as it starts at $400, and can easily go higher when custom graphics, custom cables, shipping, and rushes are added. In addition, a lower price entails a compromise in sound quality...” --grapefruit
“ I bought these to upgrade from my UE triple fi 10 pro's. I LOVED the Triple fi's, but wanted to go to customs for greater bass response and isolation on stage. (i'm a bass player). The first thing I have to say is that I was kind of torn between UE and JH Audio, but after dealing with both companies now I have to say that if the products are equal in quality, and I think...” --loverbuggy
“I grabbed these as a lightly used demo unit for sale on Amazon. Total steal for $110, but I would've paid the $200 for them. I was looking for an upgrade to my SE215, and these are it. The bass is tighter and has better control, the midrange and treble are more detailed, and it doesn't get over-warm like the SE215. I actually prefer it to the SM3 personally; while its a hair behind in...” --Gilly87
The new in-ear monitors reference for live performance, sound-based on EM4 technology but adapted to live.The best professional tool for exigents musicians who wait for best audio quality. The spectral balance is rigorous and a musical as never achieved before in an in-ear. Deep and "clean" lows, a "Earsonics touch" medium and treble with incredible sharpness. The...
The SM1 simply offers the best technology with single transducer. A detailed and balanced sound. clear low-end, good mids and an incredible high range finesse. The best choice to taste the in-ears quality at lower costs Specifications: Sensitivity:109 dB/mW Frequency Response: 20 Hz -18 kHz Impedance: 10 ohms Driver: 1 HQ driver Included in the box wipes, tool, soft bag, proprietary silicon...