Head Gear Reviews by tgx78
  1. Tansio Mirai Spark

    5.00 star(s)
    Introduction The more time you allocate in and around the IEM industry, the more apparent it becomes that some companies are louder than others, forever touting a new model, a new technology, or a ground-breaking advance- each and every one guaranteed to transform your perception, your listening pleasure, your very existence… It’s almost as if they believe that sufficient exalted nature, feeling, and human individualism will overcome both market resistance and any shortcomings in their products. In a stark contrast, you’ll also start to notice...
  2. Penon Volt EST

    5.00 star(s)
    Introduction Penon Volt is their third iteration of in house developed and tuned IEM after the Sphere and Orb. As an IEM enthusiast / reviewer every few years something comes along that messes with your head then shortly afterwards messes with your bank account. It furthers what you define as a musical reference and makes the eventual return to your own collection a disappointment. For me, the Volt is an IEM that once dialled in simply disappears. It has a huge sound - monstrously dynamic yet graced with rare articulation and delicacy throughout the...
  3. Tansio Mirai TSMR-5

    4.50 star(s)
    Introduction: Tansio Mirai is a Chinese company that has been in the in-ear monitor business for few years now. They have made themselves known in the audiophile world with their flagship model Zodiac receiving praise from several respected and experienced listeners. The model I am reviewing today is their 5 balanced armature model launched at the end of 2019, called the TSMR-5. Composed of 5 Balanced Armatures (BA), they have 3 switches allowing, according to your moods, a boost of bass and/or midrange and/or treble. The ergonomics are excellent...
  4. NF Audio NM2+

    4.50 star(s)
    Disclaimer: I purchased the NA2, NM2 at full MSRP from the Penon Audio. As a returning customer they gave me little bit of discount on the NM2+. I am in no way affiliated with the company nor am I compensated in any way for writing this review. Introduction: When I first heard about the NF Audio with two random characters together, I had to search for what 'NF' stands for. According to the company's facebook page NF means: Near Field monitoring, as well as Nice Fit & Nice Frequency response. OK that's cool. But what is Near Field monitoring? A bit...