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Rhapsodio RTi1

Rhapsodio RTi1

“For larger views of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual imagesINTRODUCTION This community never ceases to surprise me at times. I've slowly built a name for myself as a reviewer over the last couple of years, but sometimes my location can count against me, and being isolated means that opportunities do not always come my way.  I also don't solicit reviews - preferring...” --Brooko

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio Clipper

Rhapsodio Clipper

“ At the time this review was written, the Rhapsodio Clipper was listed for sale on their website. Here is a link to their listing of the product:   http://www.rhapsodiostore.com/products/rhapsodio-clipper   Introduction There’s a lot of dynamic driver in-ear monitors listed for sale now days. Anywhere from budget to high end in-ear monitors offer variations of this driver set...” --Hisoundfi

100% Positive Reviews
JVC KENWOOD In-Ear Headphones HA-FX750

JVC KENWOOD In-Ear Headphones HA-FX750

“I`ve had these for about 2 months now so I think I have a pretty good idea of what they are all about.  Before I started using them, I let them burn in for about 100 hours.  Previously, I owned a pair of Sennheiser Momentum IEMs and a pair of Shure 215s.  These are far better than either of those two.  These really make my commute more bearable.    These are...” --FiveYears

100% Positive Reviews
JVC HAFX1X Headphone Xtreme-Xplosivs

JVC HAFX1X Headphone Xtreme-Xplosivs

“the wire is average and nothing to boast about ( huge failure point) the headphones sound decent and have very deep bass. the fit and comfort with stock plugs suck horribly  ” --Emmett62

100% Positive Reviews
JVC HA-FXD60

JVC HA-FXD60

“I spent about 20 bucks on these earphones. That said, I wasn't expecting a lot from them. The overall appearance is nice. The all metal design will appeal to some people. But the design is where the biggest flaw hides. The earbuds stick straight into the ear. When you walk they bounce up and down. This creates a wobbly sound. I am using the largest cushions that came with the phones. They...” --SexyDrZaius

50% Positive Reviews
JVC HA-FR201

JVC HA-FR201

“Purchased from futureshop 3 years ago, (futureshop doesn't even exist anymore), they literally outlasted the store. I bought these for 15$ , and at the time i was really into bass. I thoroughly enjoyed the bass on these for comparison i'd say they have the sound signature / quality of Dre-Beats but at 15$. Used em for the first two years of university, until water damaged the mic. Even then...” --stereosun

67% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio Galaxy

Rhapsodio Galaxy

“**Disclaimer:  I was provided a small discount in return for writing an honest review for the Galaxy**   My “Journey”: I’ll admit this right off the bat:  If I hadn’t lost one side of my Shure SE315 somewhere (it fell off the damn MMCX connector), I’d have never started this journey.  “Journey?”   Maybe, but it's looking more and more like an adventure!   An...” --San Man

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio RDB Mk.IV

Rhapsodio RDB Mk.IV

“  Introduction, or how I met my...   Well kids...   I'm not the everyday ''Hey, let's write a review'' kinda guy and because English isn't my main language, please forgive me my grammatical flaws and somewhat limited vocabulary on this one. I decided to make an exception for the...HEY, WAIT A MINUTE!!!   Complete déjà vu feeling at this moment? PERFECT! That means...” --Kerouac

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio RTi2

Rhapsodio RTi2

“A short while back Rhapsodio launched two new flagships: the 10 BA, 5 way crossover Solar which I recently reviewed here, and more recently the RTi2; successor to their former flagship, the RTi1. “RTi” standing for ‘Reference Titanium’, referring to the 8mm titanium dynamic driver developed in-house by Rhapsodio. The ‘2’ however not only indicates it’s the sequel of the Rti1; it also sports a...” --flinkenick

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio Solar

Rhapsodio Solar

“Introduction Ever thought of what your perfect signature for an iem is, if you had to specify it as accurate as possible? I was once discussing a custom iem project with one of our local ciem makers, and he asked to list my preference for a sound. I told him I wanted bass that was as powerful as possible, while remaining fast and clean as it shouldn't distort the rest of the frequency. A full...” --flinkenick

100% Positive Reviews
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