Head Gear Reviews by BananaOoyoo
  1. Audio Technica ATH-M50xBT

    4.00 star(s)
    This review was made possible by 셰에라자드, who set up a loaner tour for interested individuals. I was allowed to use the product freely for a week, and while I was requested to write a review, the subsequent opinions are my own, without any incentive for a positive review. Introduction The Audio Technica ATH-M50x is a headphone that needs no introduction. Since its first release as the ATH-M50 in February 2007, Audio Technica has sold nearly 2 million of its flagship studio monitoring headphone to date. Befitting such a popular headphone, the M50, and...
  2. Campfire Audio Orion

    4.00 star(s)
    Introduction As a IEM manufacturer, I don't think Campfire Audio needs any introduction. From relatively affordable offerings in the Comet to flagship IEMs in the Andromeda, Vega, and now the Atlas/Equinox, Campfire Audio has fantastic products at all different price points. This particular Orion is a limited edition model released exclusively in Korea back in 2016. When I was looking for my first nice IEM last year, it was recommended as an excellent option within my budget, and while I ended up throwing away any notion of a budget as I went for...
  3. Campfire Audio Andromeda

    5.00 star(s)
    Introduction Last June, I was looking for my first proper IEM and started asking around for a ~$400 IEM recommendation. At that time, the recommendation was to look at the Campfire Audio lineup, specifically the Orion, which was just under my budget, or a used Nova/Jupiter. Up until that point, I had very little experience with IEMs, as I had always had difficulty with getting a proper fit in my left ear. Fortunately, living in Seoul, with its abundance of headphone stores, I was able to find a local dealer that carried the Campfire Audio lineup...