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Rooth Lab LS4

Rooth Lab LS4

“This is my second CIEM after purchasing Rooth's LS2. I own the Shure 535s as well. My sources as are iPhone 5C and Sony NW-F880, no amps.   The LS4 has two bass drivers, so obviously this isn't for people who like monitor like sound. The bass is not overbearing, yet enhanced. There is a nice deep rumble, but not to the point where mids and highs are drowned out. The LS4 manages to...” --Yamato1

100% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity EB-50

Musical Fidelity EB-50

“Hi, I've recently got my EB-50, and straight out of the box, I had to adjust my ears to the flat sound signature. the sound is clinical and dry but very true. Coming from the luscious RE-262 (difficult to drive, mid-centric but with extremely great soundstage), the EB-50 were extremely fast and I loved the soundstage that as a out-of-the-head feeling that almost seems not coming from the...” --Kressel

0% Positive Reviews
Rooth Lab LS 8

Rooth Lab LS 8

Features - Amazing detail and clarity - Extremely smooth and liquid across the frequency spectrum - Powerful bass with great tactile performance

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