FiiO is the company behind many very well regarded DAPs. The FiiO X7 hits the higher end DAP segment while the M3K covers the budget segment. Most importantly, they all give the audio quality and listening experience that audiophiles want for reasonable prices. Today, we review a midrange offering (299USD) with streaming support and a sleek, modern design in the FiiO M9.Continue reading “FiiO M9 Review – Modern, Connected Audio Player”
After reviewing the original Tin Audio T2, we had a great interest in what else this small Chinese IEM maker could provide, and promptly ordered the Tin Audio T2 Pro from Massdrop.Continue reading “Tin Audio T2 Pro Review – Tiny Tweaks to the Tin Audio T2”
FiiO has been aggressively expanding their product line not only in terms of IEMs but also their very affordable lineup of DAPs (Digital Audio Players). This is the budget FiiO M3K.
We discovered this IEM through Massdrop – a relatively unknown ChiFi brand, Tin Audio has created a rather nice little neutral-bright sounding budget IEM.
A quick post detailing out some of the exciting things we saw at the Hong Kong High End Audio Visual Expo 2018!
For some reason even though I live in Hong Kong, I had never tried DUNU products until I went to LA and attended CanJam. I immediately spotted the uniquely named DUNU Falcon C and tried it, happily finding another extremely tasteful mid priced product.
Shortly after my acquisition of the Noble Kaiser 10 (K10), the California-based marque announced the Katana, a new design featuring 9 custom drivers per side and promises a different tuning signature. In this review, I hope to depict Katana in its own light, and not so much compare it too heavily to its royal sibling, which now sits alongside it as co-flagships of the house of Noble.
The FH5 caught my attention even as a prototype at CanJam SoCal 2018 and I was not let down by the finished product either. This is a wonderful IEM priced extremely competitively – we recommend not to miss out on this.
Creative is a company that has been involved in audio since 1981, and their SoundBlaster line is also a name I also grew up with as most computers came packaged with their soundcards. I’ve also been a long time fan of their affordable desktop speakers, and I’m happy to say that their foray into portable audio doesn’t disappoint.