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100+ Head-Fier
Pros: - Faithfully true to Etymotic Sound
- Exceedingly competent Technical and Musical IEM
- Reference grade transparency and details
- Mind blowing speed and resolution
Cons: - The heaviest Etymotic in existence
- Less sharp edged than the ER4 series
- Long nozzle insert may not be suitable for everyone
ETYMOTIC EVO, User Impressions


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100+ Head-Fier
Pros: Vibe
Great looks
Well tuned
Good technical performance
Nicely done :D
Cons: The price might be questionable when talking about a 1BA IEM in 2021, but they simply deliver in terms of the sound.

Campfire Audio Satsuma is a brand-new release with a single balanced armature driver, and...
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Headphoneus Supremus
Pros: Quality build, light for its size, reasonably priced and a must have for meets
Cons: Some large headphones don’t fit that well with the foam insert in place

I was sent the Hero case in exchange for an unbiased review.

That said, I’m a big fan of the Hero case! I’ve owned several Dekoni products and I have never been disappointed. When...
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New Head-Fier
Pros: Built like a tank.
Well extended lowend.
Good soundstage.
Good detail retrieval.
Much more efficient from Starfields.
Cons: Cable gets tangled very easily.
Fitting is not that great and feels very loose on the ears.
Swappable filter doesn’t really make any difference.
Introduction :

Moondrop is one of the fastest growing “Chi-Fi” IEMs maker. They gained immense popularity in 2017 after their release of Kannas Pro and the budget oriented Starfields last...
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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: Excellent build quality
Fairly ergonomic for such thick cores
Produces balanced, homogenous sound
Aesthetically pleasing
Cons: Not the most supple due to thick cores
Chin slider not terribly effective
Introduction: Penon Audio has traditionally been known for its excellent custom IEM cables, and the PAC480 is their latest effort in bringing their skill and expertise to a somewhat more...
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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: Balanced, clean, and versatile W-shaped tuning
Outstanding imaging
Well-proportioned soundstage with excellent layering and separation
Very good resolution and clarity
Agile, well-controlled subwoofer-like low end
Airy and detailed treble
Well-built and extremely comfortable shells
Excellent price/performance
Cons: Some BA timbre in the treble region
Mediocre isolation
Slight recession in lower mids
Introduction: While Rose Technics is not exactly a newcomer to the Chinese IEM scene, nevertheless they seem to have largely flown under the radar of most Western enthusiasts (at least as...
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New Head-Fier
For TRN MT1 in In-Ear
Pros: Great Value, Balanced Sound, Detail
Cons: Timbre and Peaks, Nothing really to hate on at the price



Disclaimer: I purchased the TRN MT1 with my own money at full price and this review is written of...
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New Head-Fier
Pros: Good separation & detail, Extends well in treble and bass, Punchy and Fast Bass
Cons: Build, Cable Ear guides, Upper midrange and lower treble tonality



Disclaimer: This review set is a demo graciously lent to me by Daniel at Oardio. No...
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New Head-Fier
Pros: - detailed and textured
- Stage
- Comfort
- Processing
Cons: - dynamics
- power hungry
- not the best all-rounder
- tonal fluctuations


New Head-Fier
Pros: Price performance ratio. Good technicalities for the price
Cons: None that i can think of at this price point.

I believe Moondrop is a company that needs no introduction as they’re well known for their anime style marketing and also harman-ish tuning.They have released several well known IEM that...
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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: Rich and body sound
Impactful bass
Dead quiet noise floor
Amazing separation
Good sound articulation and strength

General Information​


XIAUDIO, without knowing ABYSS headphones and its pinnacle...
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Headphoneus Supremus
Pros: Excellent fit and good build.
Natural and organic timbre with great tonality.
Smooth and non fatiguing.
Above average technicalities (other than microdetails). Layering is a highlight.
Excellent price to performance ratio.
Cons: Non detachable cable.
Hard to drive, needs amping to scale better.
Not the most detailed set, not for analytical listening.
Below average isolation.


Headphoneus Supremus
Pros: Deep bass presence and texture; Ety family tuning; Easiest of all Ety models to fit; 2nd generation Linum BaX cable; Great aesthetics
Cons: Slight top end dullness compared to 4 series; slight loss of midrange nuance compared to 4 series
Etymotic Evo
Triple Armature
MSRP: $499
Evo was provided by Etymotic as a review loaner

In many firsts for Etymotic, they have introduced a triple armature, concha filling, over-ear...
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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: Great sound quality, from midrange onwards, with excellent treble.
- Remarkable clarity and separation.
- Outstanding stage and very good three-dimensional feel.
- Good accessories and remarkable cable.
- Very good build quality and design.
Cons: The design is a mixture of other models.
- Slightly heavy.
- Limited bass, with a somewhat cold and not very natural sonority.

After a couple of months of reviewing the first product from the still little-known Chinese brand Hessian, I'm here to review the Ansata Pro. If on that...
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New Head-Fier
Just sharing a classic revisited :)

Final Audio Adagio iii - A Classic Revisited


Final Audio is a japanese audio company that needs no introduction. They are well known for...
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100+ Head-Fier
Pros: + Great Build quality & comfort
+ Good Bass details & extension
+ Pleasant Mids
+ Natural Vocals
+ Non-fatiguing Treble
Cons: - Separation & Staging could be better
- Head-band adjustment not the best


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New Head-Fier
Pros: 1) Soundstage - biggest I've heard, even if we're talking about using DSPs
2) Transparency - nothing is bloated or recessed
3) Bass control, treble control, basically - every sound is in its place
4) Manageable power draw from phone, WAY less than that of iBasso DC01
5) "Modular" design - you can choose any cable you want
6) Separation - every little sound just flows into your head without any effort, bad masters sound even worse, close to unenjoyable
7) Price - I mean, 100$?
Cons: 1) No signal validation - you will hear everything your mobile phone modem will try to do if your signal level is low
2) Boring as hell - if your headphones are, there are no character to this device
3) Soundstage can make you seasick, and that is not a joke, I've never been seasick in my whole life, but some badly (not just unmastered or semi-mono) mastered songs were a challenge
4) Separation - can dissect some tracks so much, that they will sound absolutely disassembled and disconnected
Preferable scenario - dynamic driver headphones/earphones.
I've had Cayin N3, iBasso DC01 and this thing.
This thing is now my daily driver.
Can get pretty intense in soundstage/separation/imaging...
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Headphoneus Supremus
Pros: Light-weight and compact
Button navigation
Decent sound quality
Able to output Digital audio to external DACs
1.0TB micro SD card support
Cons: Limited to 192KHz
Requires WMC-NWH10 cable for Digital output
Basic UI with No composer List
old BT codec and only as Tx
No DSD support *1
Very weak output power (10mW into 16-Ohm)
About me

As everybody here knows my Reviews are with classical music in lossless formats. I am not the Graphs and measurements kind of Audiophile.


I got this Little DAP because its Button...
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New Head-Fier
For TRN MT1 in In-Ear
Pros: - well tuned (U shaped tuning)
- tight, well-controlled bass
- full bodied mids
- good soundstage depth
- good imaging for the price
Cons: - gets congested with busy tracks
- not the most resolving
- timbre could be better
- not the best image separation
I've been using the TRN MT1 for roughly a month and here's what I have to say about these $8usd IEMs.

1. PROS [IMG...​

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Audio Fun

100+ Head-Fier
Pros: Overall really mature tonality
Sound like a wired IEMs
Nature timbre
Clear and smooth
Fast and well extended treble
Detail retrial and clarity (on par with most of wired set for its price)
Quick paring and stable connectivity
Fit and comfort
Cons: Not the most well responded touch panel
Battery life is just average ( it’s pretty solid consider there is a Class-A amplifier build in)
ANC will be much welcome
Geekfly is the American based company that specializes in wireless audio products. They are focusing on developed thri-bird configuration TWS earbuds, which has a...
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