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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
Rooth Lab LS-X5

Rooth Lab LS-X5

“Preamble   Singaporean. I'm an 18 year old with great love in my music. My father has an extensive collection of home stereo equipment and have exposed me to good music since young. I have realized that I have a skill to recognize sound signatures and am able to express my ideas coherently. My favourite genres are Rap, R&B, Pop and some Rock, along the lines of Avenged Sevenfold and...” --Raddiqal11

100% Positive Reviews
JBuds J2 Premium Hi-FI Noise Isolating Earbuds (Black/Mint Green)

JBuds J2 Premium Hi-FI Noise Isolating Earbuds (Black/Mint Green)

“ Well... Sound comes out...   ” --JonnyRocket

100% Positive Reviews
JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (Black)

JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds (Black)

“With DAC ONLY Pros: Clean light weight look and feel.  Best sounding headphone so far.   Sounds well balanced. Comfortable to wear and lightweight   Cons: 1$ more than the above earbuds. Audio sounds muffled and “echo-y”  [I am frantically checking my audio cables thinking something is wrong…. This sounds too horrible] Mids – as muddy and muffled – (4/10)...” --HardTraxX

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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