I purchased this IEM soon after its release directly from Monoprice. Monoprice shipping took about a week to get the IEMs to me and cost a little over $50. Pictures Background The in-ear monitor (IEM) market seems more competitive than ever, with a trend toward more drivers per side, hybrid balanced armature/dynamic driver designs in […]Read more "Monoprice XXX Review"
Vibro Labs isn’t exactly a new company; Luke Pighetti, the owner of Vibro Labs, has been making wooden Grado cups and cups for ZMF headphones for years, but he is also known for his work with DIY IEMs. Last year, Vibro Labs released their first IEM: the Aria. It was meant to be a flagship-competitor at […]Read more "Vibro Labs Aria Review"
The Bluetooth IEM market is notoriously known to be filled with compromise. It’s common knowledge that Bluetooth in headphones leads to sound degradation because of the compression required to stream music through Bluetooth, but in recent years, it has been a more viable option for listeners looking for convenience with the use of aptX, a […]Read more "Nowall CH-1 vs Jaybird X2 Mini-Review"