Taking a look at one of the worst IEMs I’ve had the displeasure of listening to, and a trip down memory lane with my first IEM.
Going through my backlog and giving my brief thoughts on some of the stuff I haven’t had the time to fully review.
Taking a look at DUNU’s IEM line-up. There were definitely some interesting surprises for me here, and I applaud DUNU for keeping things fresh.
Taking a look at what is arguably the best, sub-$200 IEM. It makes pretty much everything in its price bracket obsolete – let’s talk about why.
A quick look at the middle-child of Sony’s lineup and why this is the best IEM under $1000.
Let’s talk about Vision Ear’s exhorbitantly priced flagship. While no doubt a very solid IEM, it lacks any notion of being a value proposition.
Vision Ear’s VE8 has some of the best tonal balance I’ve heard, yet it’s not perfect. Let’s talk about why.
The Valkyrie is wholly imbalanced tonally, and yet it has a level of engagement that I’ve rarely seen with most IEMs.
A look at Empire Ear’s exorbitantly priced flagship IEM, and why this is easily the worst thing I’ve heard in recent memory.
Reed Instruments SD-1128, room temperature w/ no cooling. Prime example of Surefire joining the plethora manufacturers gaming the ANSI-FL1 standard.