The Satsuma is Campfire Audio’s most budget offering; a single balanced armature design replacing the Orion and the Comet.Continue reading “Campfire Audio Satsuma Review – Light & Juicy”
KZ “Knowledge Zenith” has come up with yet another budget offering, this time with a 10mm dynamic driver + 7 balanced armatures on each side for a total of 16 drivers in the KZ ZAX.Continue reading “KZ ZAX Review – More Drivers, More Betterness”
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”
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.Continue reading “Tin Audio T2 Review – A Great Little Neutral Budget Earphone”
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.
Continue reading “Creative Aurvana Trio Review – Rise of the Midbudget Earphone”
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.
Looking for a well built, budget priced in-ear earphone with a nicely balanced sound? Look no further than the FiiO F5.