Head Gear Reviews by cleg
  1. DUNU DN-12 Trident

    4.00 star(s)
    First of all I have to mention overall packaging and design. They're looking extremely rich. Earphones themselves also looks great and unusual. As for sound quality - I'd say that it's OK for the money asked for them. Sound is clear, with nice mids and height. Sometimes bass lacked punch, but it depends on recoding mastering. So money/value - it's a good choice.
  2. Woodees IESW101V Vintage Noise Isolating Stereo Earphones

    4.50 star(s)
    First of all, I'd like to mention overall view of this headphones, it's really stylish. I've listened to them with Fiio E6. Without burn-in, their sound IMO is extremely owerbrighten, but after 20-25 hours it's become more straight and normal. I think this headphones sounds good for vocals, instrumentals and classical music, due to nice airy highs and mids. On some rock songs they're lacking bass a little, but I'm not a bass head, so most of times it's OK for me.
  3. Fiio E6 Headphone Amplifier

    5.00 star(s)
    Nice successor of famous Fiio E5. Totally redesigned. Now it's all plastic, but weight reduced about 2 times. And it doesn't looking like iPod Shuffle now.  Also now it have more flexible EQ, able not only boost bass, but do more work.   Combinig with steal-like price and nice overall design - it still have outstanding sound, as E5 does. So it's really worth buying option.    
  4. FiiO E7 USB DAC and Portable Headphone Amplifier

    5.00 star(s)
    Main feature of Fiio E7 - it's multi-purpose usage possibilities. USB DAC and portable headphone amp in one compact and small body. Specially I'd like to mention following: Design. It's really nice and stylish Long operation on one charge Perfect sound (really like it) Good control I'm actually using E7 in two ways. First, like a portable amp for my iPod Nano, together with Mee A151 and Grado SR125i. But I think I'll use Fiio E6 now for that, it's much more portable, but sound really good (little worth then E7). Second usage - I'm...
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