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”
Not only is the Ikko OH1 sleek looking and comfortable, it’s also got a great sound to boot, powered by a 10mm dynamic driver and Knowles balanced armature driver. And, it’s only 139USD!Continue reading “Ikko OH1 Review – Luxury Sound, Budget Price”
Tin Audio continues their campaign for budget IEM market dominance with the Tin Audio T3 after finding enormous success with the T2/T2 Pro.Continue reading “Tin Audio T3 Review – Neutral and Engaging”
A quick post detailing out some of the exciting things we saw at the Hong Kong High End Audio Visual Expo 2018!
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.
ChiFi audio products often get a bad rep. Especially Knowledge Zenith (KZ), who has become infamous for straight up copying the aesthetics of many other companies. But the KZ ZS10 is something different.
I received the FiiO FH5 today, so I quickly got to work comparing this new contender to the highly popular Oriolus Mk2.