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Westone Um Pro 50 Clear Earbuds

Westone UM 50 Pro Review – A Flagship with Heart

ryanjsoo

Pros: Ergonomic, Supremely isolating, Bass texture and definition, Sub-bass, Detail, Treble resolution, Soundstage width and imaging

Cons: Slightly muffled lower midrange, Overly bassy for some, A little darker than neutral

Introduction – Westone separate their universal range of iems into two categories, the consumer W series and the more professionally orientated UM Pro series that were designed for use during live performances. This is a very different usage case scenario than something like a studio monitor, and as such, the UM line pursue a more powerful, less fatiguing sound that is designed to be listened...
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Has Serious functionalities but cant hold its own when it comes to sounding natural.
Has Serious functionalities but cant hold its own when it comes to sounding natural.
Campfire Audio Lyra – Warm, Lush, Smooth
Campfire Audio Lyra – Warm, Lush, Smooth

Campfire Audio Lyra

Pros: Build quality, sound quality, frequency cohesion, imaging / staging, fit, comfort , accessories, cable quality

Cons: Price, minor cable issues

These sound better than $500 IEMs
These sound better than $500 IEMs

HiFiMAN RE-400

Pros: Smooth neutral sound, amazing soundstage, very detailed yet not fatiguing at all.

Cons: Supplied ear tips may not get a comfortable seal.

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