“Greetings Head-fi! Today we are looking at the Lyra, a single dynamic driver earphone from Accutone. The Lyra is another earphone from Accutone's 'Standard Line'. They're advertised as having a balanced presentation which is somewhat unusual when it comes to budget earphones. At this price point manufacturers seem to be laser focused on bass presentation and how monstrous it...” --B9Scrambler
“Greetings Head-fi! Today we are going to be taking a look at the Pavo, Accutone's first foray into the wild world of dual-driver earphones. The Pavo first crossed my path after reading @Cinder's coverage. What sparked my interest most was their physical similarity to one of my favorite dual driver earphones, the NarMoo W1M. In fact, they looked pretty much identical. With...” --B9Scrambler
“Greetings Head-fi! Today we are going to be taking a look at the Pagasus C, a product found in Accutone's 'Standard Line' of earphones. The Pegasus C was designed as a lifestyle product to be paired with iDevices. Take one look at their site and the Pegasus C product description and this will be made abundantly clear; "The Pegasus C is all about being different,...” --B9Scrambler
“Greetings Head-fi! Today we are going to be looking at Accutone's current flagship earphone, the Pisces BA. Since 1969, Accutone has been delivering businesses and regular consumers alike with quality products. Their primary goal is to bring people closer, be that through music or communication. It's clear that they are well-versed in the industry and that the knowledge and experience garnered...” --B9Scrambler
“Greetings Head-fi! Today we are going to be checking out one of Accutone's most unique earphones, the Taurus. The Taurus is the first of three earphones in Accutone's Pro-X Line, which is where their earphones start to get serious. The Taurus' pièce de résistance is it's bass tuning knob, a distinguishing feature that really makes it stand out. Bass tuning knobs are...” --B9Scrambler
Digital edge technologies used for creating, transferring, and listening to digital music has made the iPod and various other Digital Media Players the most popular portable listening devices around the world. Shure recognized that at the start. Highly demanding and critical listeners have appreciated Shure earphones. Shure's E4c extends that enjoyment even further. The cutting-edge...
Zippered case. Compatible with all Shure earphones.
“1 Introduction Shure arguably is the only brand that is well known amongst the professional consumers as well as the audio enthusiast for well over a decade and it is for a good reason. To me Shure really begun to be known to the so called audiophile world with the release of SE846, some might argue that honor is bestowed upon SE530 and SE535 but to me SE846 marked the era that Shure should be...” --audionewbi
“ If you're tired of removing your IEMs to talk to someone, then this product is probably for you, despite its quirks. I wear my SE530s all day at the office and conduct most quick conversations through my PTH. The microphone is surprisingly good, even letting you conduct a conversation when it's pointed backwards. A few background noises like printers, scanners, or a fan pointed straight at it...” --maverickronin
Featuring unique, balanced armature drivers for brilliant highs, and tuned port for extended bass, the lightweight and compact SCL4 provides high-definition audio with remarkable isolation for performers and enthusiasts alike.