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Martin

I've loved art since I could remember. As a kid, I'd spend several hours a day drawing with crayons, which turned into ink pens and spray paint in my teens. Being a glutton, I also love cooking and all things related to food. Music is also a big part of my life. In the pursuit of the best music I stumbled into the world of earphones.

Kinera H3 Review – Another Budget Hit from Kinera

IMG_20180411_222813.jpgWe review another great budget friendly giant killer earphone from Kinera, the H3.

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Kinera BD005 – A Budget Wonder

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The Kinera BD005 has joined our top ranks in the under 30USD price bracket budget offerings. Read all about this budget hybrid gem in our review.

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VE Monks – 5USD Earbud

VEMONKS_6We at AA love IEMs. From the luxurious bleeding edge flagships to the bang for buck budget products. Now we bring you the best bang for the buck supra-aural earphone (earbuds) we have found on the market – the VE Monks.

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Battle of 99 kuai – Episode 1

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I know what you’re thinking. The world of IEMs is fascinating, with all the balance armature drivers, planar magnetic , litz cables, and all these fancy technical things but… you’re just not quite ready to drop a couple G’s on a pair of earphones yet. And don’t worry, we get it. We’ve all been there and we all know what that feels like. That is why we here at AA decided to write this next review – a battle comparing five of the best earphones that 99 Chinese kuai can buy. Continue reading “Battle of 99 kuai – Episode 1”

Campfire Audio Andromeda – Soaring into Space

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Established in 2006, Audio Line Out (“ALO”) made its name by building high end audio cables for audio equipment. In 2015, ALO announced the creation of another branch that would be responsible for making IEMs called Campfire Audio (“CA”). Since then, CA has launched an impressive lineup of IEMs: the single BA Orion, the dual BA Nova, the single DD Beryllium driver Lyra and the four BA Jupiter.  Their latest 5 driver flagship offering, the Andromeda caught my eye and I decided to take a leap and purchased it.

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Sennheiser IE80 – A Single Driver Classic

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Note: the custom cables depicted here were not used for the review.

The Sennheiser “IE” series began with the IE6. Thick, round and bassy, it was well received for its staggering bass frequency but lacked embarrassingly in the mids and highs. Next, was the IE7. Sennheiser trimmed up the fat and cleared the mids and highs, but the fans felt that they had gone too far. In their pursuit for clarity, Sennheiser had cut the claws off their beast. Gone was the thundering subbass that made it clear to the world that the engineering department at Sennheiser understood that sound begins and ends with bass. In 2008, the Germans had finally struck a balance between vibrant mids and deep bass authority. The IE8 carried the Sennheiser flagship iem moniker for three years until it was given a slight tweak and a brushed aluminium facelift in 2011 and renamed the IE80.  Continue reading “Sennheiser IE80 – A Single Driver Classic”

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