Beyerdynamic iDX 120 iE Review

Designed mainly for Apple ecosystem where the remote part which house the mic and three button that help you control calls and media playback (volume up/down/play/pause), works with other android smartphone with the exception that the volume control cant be used. Its using a 10mm neodymium driver that is housing in a full metal enclosure where the surface is anodized to give it a matte premium looks. more “Beyerdynamic iDX 120 iE Review”

Beyerdynamic DTX 71 iE Audio Review

It comes with its little carrying pouch. This is a light weight IEM as it weights 40 grams, the cable is 1.2 meters long and most important bit is the cable does not touch your face. For long listening session is really comfortable. The benefit of the long cable is you’re able to run the IEM straight down to your phone in your pocket. Built quality is solid for the entry level IEM. more “Beyerdynamic DTX 71 iE Audio Review”

Noble Audio Kaiser Universal Review (K10) | Audiophile Review

Hand-assembled in California. The highest configuration by Noble Audio featuring 10 Balanced armature drivers on each side house in an aluminium housing. Despite being 20 total drivers you don’t need separate amps or DACs to power this by as it’s sensitive enough for smartphone usage and I have zero problem run it with my Iphone 6 at 4 volume bar. You can pay extra to get a custom fit for better grip and comfort as well as getting other housing finish like acrylic or wood.

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Final Audio Design Adagio II Review

We’ll be taking a look at a pair of IEM’s, the Adagio II from Final Audio Design a Japanese Brand. First thing I noticed is that the earpiece themselves are shaped like turbine engines, apart from looking cool, this serves the purpose of providing good air flow to the drivers to enhance is bass characteristics. Final Design opted for 8mm Dynamic drivers and it come with 2 additional earbud size. more “Final Audio Design Adagio II Review”