With 6 drivers, 3 crossover switches and a custom low pass filter tube design, and a 3D printed enclosure, FiiO takes their IEM design to new heights. Read on for the review!Continue reading “FiiO FA9 Review – Chameleon”
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.
I received the FiiO FH5 today, so I quickly got to work comparing this new contender to the highly popular Oriolus Mk2.
Ever since I got the Campfire Audio (CA) Vega in late 2016, I really didn’t use anything else. It ticked so many of my boxes, that I was reluctant to return to other earphones. That was until the acquisition of the exciting new Cerakote (CK) Pacific Blue edition of the renowned CA 5BA flagship – the Andromeda. We have reviewed the regular Andromeda previously, so this time around we will change things up and talk about this special iteration with new setups, pairings, and against the context of the current market dynamics. Continue reading “Campfire Audio Andromeda Revisited – Impeccably Done”
Clear Tune Monitors is a boutique IEM brand from Orlando, Florida. We review two of their Vintage Series multi-balanced armature driver universal in ear monitor products here. Continue reading “Clear Tune Monitors VS-3 & VS-4 Review – Vintage-Fi”
Noble Audio’s K10 is the IEM to get. A legendary classic in audiophile circles, this 10-driver IEM has a musical sound that works for all genres and if you want, can be made to custom fit your ears with your own choice of colours and materials.
Continue reading “The Emperor and the Blade Part 1: Noble K10 – Famous Last Words”
It’s that time of year again when all the best audio companies roll into Hong Kong to set-up booths at the Convention Centre in Wanchai to showcase their best at the Hong Kong High End Audio Visual Expo. Read more to get my quick impressions from the show!
A review of Campfire Audio’s single dynamic driver flagship – the Vega. With an extremely refined and hard hitting bass coupled with a top level resolution in all other frequencies, it’s no wonder that the Vega has been getting rave reviews.
The Lyra, released back in 2014-15 was refreshed along with Campfire Audio’s dynamic and hybrid lineup as the Lyra II, and is a personal single dynamic driver favourite.