Kinera Freya is a premium in-ear offering set at $249. Find all about it’s build, sound, and everything else in this review.
KS2 is a budget-friendly model from Kbear and at the same time my first encounter with the Kbear brand. Let’s see what these have to offer.
TRN VX comes with whooping 7 drivers and costs around 70 bucks. Ten bucks per driver sounds like a good deal, right? Let’s dig into the review and find out.
Fiio FH1s is the latest entry in Fiio’s rich in-ear portfolio, here to carry the torch instead of the older FH1 model.
Hifiman HE-4XX are the most affordable planar magnetic headphones on the market. Find out all about them in this review.
Kinera Tyr is small, light and affordable. But does it sound any good? Let’s dive into the review and test all about them.
Need a decent IEM and you don’t mind slightly V-shaped sound signature but you don’t appreciate edginess and harshness… Dunu DM-480 is worth considering.
Following the footsteps of famed T2 and T2 pro, the next model in Tin Audio line of affordable in-ears is T3. But how good is it?
Such naturally balanced sounding IEMs are hard to find. So be sure to read more about Moondrop Starfield in this comprehensive review.
Momentum’s sound signature is a detour from usual Sennheiser philosophy. Depending on your preferences you may welcome or dislike the signature change.