Head Gear Reviews by neilmanalo
  1. SIMGOT EN700 Bass In Ear N50 High Magnetic Composite Moving-Coil Dynamic Driver Earphone (Red)

    5.00 star(s)
    INTRODUCTION The Simgot EN700 is a newcomer in the audio/audiophile scene. At only 109$, it's a very good product for its value. You surely need to check it out if you want a great all rounder IEM. Note: I apologize in advance for my bad grammar, English is not my native language :gs1000smile: SPECIFICATIONS: Product Name: SIMGOT EN700 In Ear Earphone Type: In-ear Brand: SIMGOT Model: EN700 Impedance: 24Ω Headphone sensitivity: 101 3 dB/mW Frequency range: 15-25000Hz Degree of distortion: <1% 101dB (20μpa) Sound track difference: <1.5dB (at...
  2. Oriolus In-Ear Monitors (v2)

    3.50 star(s)
    INTRODUCTION   The Oriolus MKII is one of the IEM's in the TOTL category that is not as popular as the leading brands. Despite the lack of popularity in most regions, the Oriolus MKII is actually very well known in Asia, especially in Japan. The Oriolus is priced at 1050-1100$ internationally, and around 900-1000$ in Asia/Japan.  Below would be my review after 2 weeks of listening with various sources, cables, and listening situations.   I apologize in advance for my bad English and grammar. English is not my native tongue and I lack the...
  3. Rock Rau0501 In-Ear Monitors

    4.50 star(s)
    INTRODUCTION:   The Rock Zircon IEM's are very well known for its great sound quality at such a low price.  At the price of only 8 -10$ you can't go wrong with these purchase.   UNBOXING:   The Zircon's come in a simple packaging.   Here are a few photos of the product.   The box     Unboxed with all accessories out     Close up view     BUILD/DESIGN:   For a 10$ IEM, the build on the rock zircon is really great. It even comes with a braided cable and a one button remote that works with most devices. The design looks...
  4. Audeze iSine 10

    4.00 star(s)
    A little bit about me: Hey fellow headfiers! The name is Neil, a normal music loving lad who works here in Japan. I commute everyday and I am always searching for the best value for my music needs. I currently use the IE800 and P1 as my daily commute drivers, and I use the HD800 and 650/6XX for my home listening.   (I apologize in advance for bad grammar, this was originally posted in the Audeze Isine thread and I just decided to also post it as a review.)     REVIEW/UNBOXING:   Immediately unboxed the iSine 10 after receiving it from amazon...