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Rhapsodio Clipper

Rhapsodio Clipper

“Greetings Head-fi,   Today we are going to be looking at the Clipper, a new entry level offering from the good folks at Rhapsodio. Congratulations Rhapsodio on celebrating your fourth year anniversary! Here is to many more years of success and further growth.   The Clipper can be purchased right now from Rhapsodio for 55 USD. Here is a link to their site where you can check out...” --B9Scrambler

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio RD3 Hi-Fi Grade Dynamic In-Ear Monitor

Rhapsodio RD3 Hi-Fi Grade Dynamic In-Ear Monitor

“Hi guys, after spending some time with the new IEM from Rhapsodio, I thought I would post a more formal review of my experience with the IEM. So for those who have been interested or curious about Rhapsodio, hopefully this will shed some light on what they’re all about!   UPDATE: Added some general thoughts on the IEM compared to some TOTL IEMs at the very end.   UPDATE 2:...” --Cotnijoe

100% Positive Reviews
Rhapsodio RDB+ 2v1

Rhapsodio RDB+ 2v1

“Who/what? I'd like to thank Rhapsodio for sending the 2v1 our way for a tour, along with the Shozy amp. Australia isn't exactly a hot electronics place First off - Rhapsodio is a young IEM company from HK. They sell Custom and Universal IEMs and lots of cables, and some DIY amps. You can read more on their site and Facebook While I haven't bought their products yet and only tried their...” --svyr

100% Positive Reviews
Apple In-Ear Headphones (White)

Apple In-Ear Headphones (White)

“ I don't know whether it's a conspiracy or a joke, but Apple's talk of these being good quality just makes them seem like hilarious liars who could sell ice to eskimos. If their intent is to drive aftermarket sales, then they've managed it. As far as I can tell these things literally don't play bass. It's just not there. The midrange is ok, and if you're tired, they're ok for watching movies...” --BBBS

0% Positive Reviews
Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic

Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic

“ Some folks just love to hate Apple products, for a list of good reasons at times. Apple goes the extra mile to make much of what they sell proprietary. Try and use an after-market cord and sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. The Apple Company holds their own idea of what they feel the audio market is into. Many at Head-Fi embraced the original IPod as it really offered a standard of...” --Redcarmoose

91% 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 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
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
Apple In-Ear - Headphones (ear-bud)

Apple In-Ear - Headphones (ear-bud)

Great sound quality and bass response / Includes three different sized caps to ensure the earphones fit comfortably and securely / For all iPods

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