We 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.
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.
1More just can’t stop shaking up the audiophile market – the 1More Triple Driver was a huge success and gave superb sound quality for its price, even beating out many more expensive earphones. Luckily for us consumers, they’ve gone and one-upped themselves with the Quad Driver.
We started Accessible Audio just merely 9 months ago, at the end of May 2016, and while we started off with a meager amount of visitors and reviews, we’ve grown steadily in the amount of views and range of products. We’ve also grown not only in terms of our audiophile products review experience, but also as writers, photographers, and learnt loads about the science and technology of the audio world.
We’d like to thank all the companies that have shown an interest in having their products reviewed on Accessible Audio, and of course, all of our visitors for their support. To roundup the past year, we’ve mode a small infographic (click below to view) with some statistics that we found interesting. Here’s to more great earphones, music listening, and reviews! Continue reading “Accessible Audio – 2016 in Review”
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.
Today I’ll be reviewing the Heir Audio 4AI S. I couldn’t find too many reviews about this company’s products, but luckily that turned out to be a non-issue, as the 4AI S is quite good. Priced at $400, this IEM certainly doesn’t come cheaply. Is it worth the money?