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”
We discovered this IEM through Massdrop – a relatively unknown ChiFi brand, Tin Audio has created a rather nice little neutral-bright sounding budget IEM.
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.
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.
Looking for a well built, budget priced in-ear earphone with a nicely balanced sound? Look no further than the FiiO F5.