Head Gear Reviews by getclikinagas
  1. Havi B3 Pro 1

    4.00 star(s)
        Havi B3 Pro1 : Rich experience - Cheap Source INDEX(Clickable): Specifications Packaging and Accessories Build and Comfort Sound Comparisons Conclusion Some subjective drivel Useful Links   Specifications: Driver type : Dual Dynamic Sensitivity: 95 dB at 1 mW Impedance: 32 ohm THD :< 0.1% (1kHz/111db) Body: Plastic, Glass face plate Cable : 1.3m OFC,Kevlar reinforced Microphone : Nil Price : ~60USD   Head-fi is rife with hype. There’s the “OMGthissupersmasheseverything!”kind and the...
  2. Jays q-JAYS v2.0

    4.50 star(s)
    Jays q-JAYS v2 : Passion meets Sound meets Design   INDEX(Clickable): Specifications Enter the Matrix Packaging and Accessories Build and Comfort Sound Comparisons Conclusion and Value Some subjective drivel Useful Links     Specifications: Driver type : Custom dual BA Sensitivity: 103 dB @ 1 kHz Impedance: 50 Ohm @ 1 kHz Body: Stainless steel, PVD coat Isolation : -40dB @ 2kHz Cable : 1.2m Detachable (SMMCX) Kevlar Microphone : Optional : iOS, Android, Windows Price : 400USD (470USD - mic version); INR35999 from...
  3. Fidue A73 Hybrid Monitor Earphones with universal single button remote and microphone

    4.00 star(s)
    Fidue A73 – Cool rain on a warm afternoon    INDEX (Clickable)  Specifications Build Fit and Comfort                                    Isolation Sound Comparisons Some subjective drivel Conclusion 10mm Exclusive Dynamic & Balanced Armature Frenquency Range: 13-27,000 Hz Sensitivity: 107dB Max Input Power: 20mW Distortion: <1% Cable: 1.3 m Sensitivity of Mic: -42+-3db S/N Ratio of Mic: >55db     I first heard of Fidue when they released the mid-forward-done-right A63 and the lavish titanium composite A81. As the A63...
  4. Dunu TITAN 1 — titanium-coated diaphragm earphones

    4.50 star(s)
    DUNU Titan 1 – Half In-ear || Full detail package || Double bang for your buck   Index : (Clickable)   Packaging Accessories and Build Comfort and isolation Efficiency and perceived FR Sound Stage, space and imaging Comparisons: The Titanium Trifecta Conclusion Bonus: Some subjective drivel   DUNU has been around for quite a while now (earlier as an OEM) and have managed to have a recommended IEM or two in the budget price brackets. Their higher offerings, the DN1000 and DN2000 triple hybrids, wowed Head-fi and cemented DUNU as...
  5. xDuoo X2

    4.00 star(s)
    xDuoo X2 : Watch out Sansa!   This review is a part of the review tour organised by Hifinage in India. I'd like to thank them for giving me the opportunity to be on the tour. And more importantly, for keeping a close watch on the Head-fi scene to bring the best bang for our rupee.   Packaging, Specifications and Build   The xDuoo X2 packaging and accessory list makes a simple yet strong statement. The un-apologetic no frills approach lets you know that all that matters is the matte black, metal, shiny-aviator sporting powerhouse that lies...
  6. Signature Acoustics O16 Live

    4.00 star(s)
     Signature Acoustics O-16 Live Review :  Setting the Stage      INDEX (Click to jump directly to sections):   Introduction Packaging, Accessories and Comfort Sound Common sound impressions Let’s do something about it/Mods Comparisons Value and Conclusion   Introduction:   The O16 Live is India based Signature Acoustics' second entry into the IEM world. Their debut IEM, the C-12 Elements, received favorable reviews all around (including ljokerl and ClieOS). I'd like to thank Signature Acoustics for giving me the opportunity to...
  7. VSONIC VSD1S

    4.00 star(s)
    VSONIC VSD1S: Kaboom for your buck: The all-rounder prodigy. This review is delayed, but only because they were a gift to someone. Only recently have I had given them an extended listen. Extended indeed.   ​   Vsonic needs no introduction as they have, year upon year, released bang for buck IEMs that turn into instant recommendations. That is until they up the ante again. This is my first Vsonic IEM and was excited to try it after going through the all favourable reviews on Head-fi and Vsonic’s proclamation: “Baby brother of the famed GR07...
  8. HiFiMAN RE-400

    4.50 star(s)
    Packaging and build:  The packaging is minimal and exquisitely so. The extra tips filters and manual are behind the felt coated foam holding the earphones. As I gingerly dislodged them from the grooves, I was struck by how tiny they are. I always try to avoid gripping the strain relief as a precaution, but it was difficult considering the size. The shiny bead blasted aluminium back goes well with the brushed aluminium housing. Which brings me to the build. This is the most common qualm people have reported. The plug is beefy, the y split seems...
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