Following a limited run of the 'Dream', dynamic driver specialists DITA Audio recently launched their two new IEMs, the Fidelity and Fealty. Building forth on their acquired know-how from the Dream, the twins are designed with an evolution of the Dream's dynamic driver, and a more ergonomic cable. The 'Awesome' plug with changeable connectors has remained, providing flexibility to switch between sources. The twins take a fairly unique position in the higher-end market. There are still relatively few high-end dynamic drivers. And in contrast to Campfire's Atlas and Vega for instance, they provide a neutral bass quantity that favors the midrange and lower treble. As a result, both the twins provide an especially clear sound, as well as a bodied midrange. The twins offer a variation of a similar signature. While both have a neutral bass and neutral tonality with a touch of sparkle, the Fealty offers more body in its midrange, resulting in greater vocal power. The Fidelity's lower midrange is a bit more laid-back, creating more space as well as neutral note size for classical instruments. Full review coming soon.