The THX 789 is out of stock. No problem. Just buy the monoprice THX887 which is still in stock at this time at the same price. The bonus is that the thx887 is a better sounding amp. Noticeably richer sound with a smoother high end and better dynamics. Both amps are basically twins with the 887 amp having upgraded capacitors and op amps vs the 789. Yes both amps suffer from having sub par pots but the 887 ( with upgrade exception)is structurally no different than the 789. Hence why not get the 887.
Kinera releases it's latest all-ba IEM, Kinera Skuld. It's equipped with 5(two custom tuned+3 Knowles)ba driver. It has a impressive super flat frequency response bested only by the Odin in their Lineup. The hand painted shells looks stunningly beautiful.
Moondrop just released the Aria 2. It's a single dynamic driver IEM that has similar performance to their most popular iems like KXXS and Starfield. The shells are metal with matte black paint and gold line accents. Price? Only $79!
After listen another audiotechnica bluetooth headphone i decide to have a bluetooth headphone ,but at home i have Only cabled headphone... So how can i do? Fiio bta10 Is my choice. Compact, fit on other headphones with similar shape and sounds very good, not Better than a good cable but Better than stock cable and like an audiotechnica native bluetooth headphone. For 40$
A very good headphone under 200$ The package include a short cable for recharge the headphone and a 3.5mm cable, instruction and carrying pouch. Very well designed, solid and similar to msr7. Sounds good and with solid bass, both with cable or bluetooth. Has a lot features and i m worry because i can t buy One for me: i have a msr7se and is a Little Better, expecially with furutech cable. Pads are bigger and solid than msr7 and i think that Is the reason because sr50 has solid bass, a Little + than my msr7se .
Nothing fancy here but I have purchased a few more under $100 pairs. After the purchase of the Moondrop Aria I have since purchased the TIN T2, TIN T3 Plus, BLON BL03 and the final E3000. As a newbie to IEM's I have found some to be more comfortable than others, as is the case with different tips. I have really been impressed by the amount of sound that these little things can generate, and probably even more given how inexpensive these are. Sure, I know that they get to being much more costly. I'm not sure I wish to venture too far down the rabbit hole on IEM's. I like them for portability. And the cheaper ones won't hurt so much if they break or get lost. How much better does it get at the $300 price point? $500? $1000? I'd rather dump $500 or a grand on a pair of over ear headphones, personally.
Looking for a 2 pin recessed cable, no memory wire, love 90degree 3.5mm jack
Hello, say looking for a 2 pin recessed cable, in a 3.5mm jack. I'm in need of one without a formed loop or memory wire. My custom alclair studio3 have the cable out the bottom to fit under my motorcycle full fCe helmet. The rigid wire can cause issues with the seal and let in wind noise... My current cable is the standard black 3.5mm with memory wire... (I could do a balanced 2.5 from my dac/amp, but my phone usb C to 3.5mm for backup would be an issue if I ever used it) Any thoughts, ideas, suggestions?? Thanks for your time.