Hidizs MS2 aims to push performance to price ratio further than any other in-ear model. Let’s find out if they were successful.
Clear Tune Monitors (CTM) CE320 is a bassy triple driver in-ear mode done with great skill. Learn more about it in this thorough review.
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.
BLON released its latest BL-05 in-ear model. A follow up to the last year’s very successful BL-03.
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?