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 look at Empire Ear’s exorbitantly priced flagship IEM, and why this is easily the worst thing I’ve heard in recent memory.
Taking a look at Moondrop’s flagship DD IEM and why it remains a personal favorite despite newer iterations.
A look at Moondrop’s entry into the crowded budget-arena, and whether it distinguishes itself from the pack.
A look at the middle-child of Thieaudio’s Voyager lineup, and what holds it back from greatness.
A look at Thieaudio’s entry-IEM and why it does little to assuage my doubts about the brand.
Sony’s flagship IEM has larger-than-life sound quality, but is hampered by some very unfortunate design choices. Read on to find out why.
The U12t is a flagship IEM that plays near the top of the IEM-game. Let’s find out why.
If there’s one thing my reviews lacked when I first started doing them, it was structure. I don’t think this sets a good precedent – especially with the introduction of my grading system. And so …
I haven’t had the chance to play with the Minimus too much, and it’s my first headlamp in quite a while. So I’ll take my time with this review and update my thoughts on it …