Head Gear Reviews by SyntheticShotz
  1. Trinity - Delta Dual Hybrid IEM

    4.50 star(s)
        Since this would be the second review that I have put a decent amount of effort in, with the Fidue A83 review being the first, I would appreciate any feedback as well as any tips or suggestions so that I can improve the quality for future reviews.           Earlier this year (2015), the Trinity Audio Engineering introduction thread had just opened up, so I decided to take a visit to that thread. Trinity Audio, at the time, was planning a Kickstarter crowdfunding project for three IEMs; the Hyperion, the Techne, and the Delta. Upon hearing...
  2. Fidue A83 Reference Class Triple Hybrid IEM

    4.50 star(s)
            I am open to any suggestions or feedback about my writing or the way I present this review, and will try to improve based on any feedback you have.           It was early December, 2014, when I lost my IEM due to a washing machine. Later that month, I believed I could fare traveling around New York with a set of headphones. From there, the realization hit in that a new set of in-ear monitors would suit me much better for portable use. Lurking around Head-fi lead me to multiple hybrid in-ear monitors that were quite popular, with options...
  3. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x

    4.00 star(s)
    This is my first review, so please bear with me, as well as the tremendous amount of errors that I'll make without revising this.   Used with Schiit Modi 2 and Magni 2 and LG G2   The M50x is a solid headphone for getting introduced into better quality audio. This is the first headphone that got me into Head-fi. I chose this over the M50s version because of the detachable cable option, and I am glad that I did. When I had bought these headphones, I was in middle school and gaming for many hours per day. I genuinely believed that these were...