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Radsone EarStudio HE100 IEM

Radsone EarStudio HE100 IEM

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Radsone developed a lofty reputation with the ES100 Bluetooth DAC/amp. Now, the company is bringing coveted sound directly to your ears with the EarStudio HE100 IEM, which is great for pairing with the ES100 or using on the go Read More

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Mr.frost
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Oct 3, 2020
I think this product is made by copying Sonicast direm e3. Googling it and take a look.
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MrJAMS
112
Sep 28, 2020
Bought these direct from their website a couple of months ago. They sound amazing for the price. Great sub bass extension and impact, wide soundstage and amazing detail retrieval. I wouldn't mind if they where $150 for their sound. I would say comparable to the Moondrop Starfield. Very comfortable aswell. BUT, they have a HUGE problem with cable microphonics, they are so sensitive and very annoying, you'll hear almost any physical contact and vibrations with the cable on any part of it. It ruined them for me. Overall I wouldn't recommend them, just for that problem alone, if they came with a detachable cable they could be "endgame" material at under $150.
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NEXONUS
253
Sep 28, 2020
I bought a pair last year, and I couldn't agree more. Moving a muscle while having these on is basically asking for it
SaitoHajime
28
Sep 28, 2020
Can anyone compare Earstudio HE100 to Alpha Delta D6 which is the same 40$ price on Drop? From many reviews I have read, these two both target audiophile and critical listener for an entry level.
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NEXONUS
253
Sep 28, 2020
Never listened to the D6, but at $40, the HE100 is a steal. Bought them last year for $70 and would gladly pay the full $90 price tag. Their only issue is cable noise, so if you plan on going on runs with these, I'd advise otherwise.
Vijay_Mathews
15
Oct 11, 2019
I already have Bang and Olufsen H4 from drop but im impressed with these he100’s reviews. Should i buy these?
Severian
15
Sep 25, 2019
I just got a pair of these from Amazon and they are fantastic. I much prefer this form factor and tiny size to big over-the-ear IEMs. The sound is crisp and balanced and they take some bass boost EQ well. I'm not a big IEM guy and like to have them mostly for long flights on trips where space in my bag is at a premium, and these are all I need.
27co
0
Sep 17, 2019
Hi, somebody know if the HE100 got a microphone and if you can take a call and/or change the level volume when is plugged to the ES100?
Radsone_Emily
34
Sep 18, 2019
Hi, thank you for your inquiry. When plugged to ES100, only the mic & remote control on ES100 will work.
27co
0
Oct 29, 2019
Thanks Emily!
alvarg
229
Sep 17, 2019
does this have a detachable cable
tjones5770
16
Sep 18, 2019
No. It is an attached wire.
MrJAMS
112
Sep 28, 2020
Attached and sadly VERY microphonic. You'll hear every single vibration. So disappointing.
dk4ever
47
Sep 16, 2019
This is pretty much rebranded Sonicast Dirac mk2 which is very famous in Korea for its very clean and accurate sound reproduction. I think this will compete well against other single driver IEM such as Moondrop Kanas Kxx.
Radsone_Emily
34
Jan 10, 2020
Dear @Gunup, I'm sorry for the late response. Would you mind sharing your email address so that I can deliver your message to the support team?
Gunup
0
Jan 10, 2020
Hello thanks for the response.. My email is Gvincentws@gmail.com
bloor
10
Sep 16, 2019
Does anyone know how it differs from the (fabulous) Sonicast Dirac on which it's apparently based? Is the HE100 closer to the 301 or 501? Thx.
AFD_0
126
Sep 16, 2019
47" is rather long for an IEM designed to be paired with a wireless DAC. Wish they'd release a short high-quality MMCX cable. Other than custom, think only Fiio makes one.
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