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Lypertek Pureplay Z7 keeps getting Recommended!

Lypertek Pureplay Z7 keeps getting Recommended!

Lypertek Pureplay Z7: Currently the flagship model of Lypertek's ever expanding range of TWS earphones, The Pureplay Z7 packs a musical punch. With a triple-driver setup, Bluetooth 5.2, AAC and Qualcomm aptX Adaptive codecs, premium sound hasn't heard anything like it! As mentioned above, Lypertek has incorporated a triple hybrid driver configuration for the PurePlay Z7. With two specially designed balanced armature drivers and one titanium coated dynamic driver inside each housing. This new driver arrangement offers the dynamic range needed to achieve the PurePlay Z7’s superior sound quality. Delivering powerful and well controlled bass, midrange that provides a rich clarity to vocals and...

Cleer Enduro ANC features in Tom’s Buying Guides

Cleer Enduro ANC :A budget pair of Active Noise Cancelling headphones that is perfect for when you are "on the go". Toms Guide has labelled them "The best active noise-cancelling headphones in terms of value for money." The Enduro ANC headphones are packed full of features and designed for comfort. On top of this, they are highly suitable for long listening sessions with their market leading battery life. If you are in the market for a new pair of budget friendly ANC headphones, then these should Cleerly be a frontrunner on anyones list. The Cleer Enduro ANC are the first noise...

Lypertek Pureplay Z3 2.0 – “The best affordable TWS headphones out there”

Lypertek Pureplay Z3 2.0: At £99 these earphones are impossible to ignore. Renowned for their superior sound quality, the new iteration of the Z3 is bursting with new features. Lypertek in general is emerging from the crowded TWS market on top, even having been recently reccomend as "Audio Brand of the Year 2021". The Original Lypertek PurePlay Z3 came onto the scene in 2019 with a bang, quickly achieving numerous awards and was widely considered to be the best true wireless for under £100/$100. With these new updates, Lypertek has managed to take everything that made the Z3 a success and improve on it by bringing...

Audeze Penrose Wins “Best Premium Gaming Headset” from T3

Audeze Penrose: The Penrose are a very versatile and comfortable headset. They have 2 versions witch are optimised for PC, Xbox & Playstation. Overall the gaming experience with the Penrose is superb, with excellent spatial accuracy and immersion. Match that with good comfort and you have all the key features of a great gaming headset. p.s (they also do a great job for music listening) The Penrose is equipped with Audeze’s 100mm planar magnetic drivers, a high-performance microphone, and a 2.4 GHz low-latency lossless dual wireless connection. This means gamers can experience the best in audio quality and wireless functionality at the same...

JDS Labs Atom+ Stack Reviewed by Headfonia

JDS Labs Atom+ Stack: Many of us are already well acquainted with JDS Labs because of their widely popular and affordable DACs & AMPs that they design and build. Luckily for us, they recently updated their most affordable Atom line. Now known as the Atom Amp+ & the Atom DAC+ Headfonia checks out what is under the "hood". Message from JDS Labs: "We do not release new hardware for the sake of release schedules or corporate goals. In fact, this announcement was not on our roadmap and JDS Labs is doing well without the need to grab your attention. Of...

64 Audio U6t Reviewed by Headphonics

64 Audio U6t: Finally 64 Audio are now offering their most popular custom IEM in universal form. With a smooth and balanced sound that makes it a superb everyday earphone for most listeners and with an attractive price point (in 64 Audio terms!), it is sure to be a hit with the masses and Audiophiles alike. The 64 Audio U6t harnesses their apex technology that relives inner ear pressure whilst also allowing a certain amount of noise through. In turn, this also tunes the sound slightly. The U6t comes with the m20, m15 and mX modules, which offer -20dB/-15dB and -10dB...

Cleer Roam NC wins 1st Place in Forbes Buying Guide

Cleer Roam NC : A budget active noise cancelling earphone that is perfect for when you are "on the go". Lets face it, the market is currently flooded with True Wireless earphones. However, most affordable TWS earbuds normally eschew higher end specs. At just shy of £60, the Cleer Roam NC has tried to break this mould by packing as much tech and many features into them as possible for its price point. Cleerly separating them above the rest of the pack.(See what I did there?) The Cleer Roam NC is fitted with 5.8mm custom tuned dynamic drivers designed by Cleer’s acoustic...

SoundMAGIC E11C- Still the best Budget wired earphones out there!

SoundMagic E11C earphones are still peaking in buying guides for earphones despite being first released years ago! What Hi*fi still rates them highly, that's for sure. Coming 1st in their best cheap headphones 2021 guide and 3rd in their guide for best headphones under £100. It just goes to show that quality products do not always need to cost an arm and a leg! How can you improve on "perfection?" Our Own Review of the SoundMAGIC E11C? "We have found the E11C to be a grown-up earphone with a keen knack for giving a clear and accurate presentation across the...

Etymotic EVO “Recommended” by AV Forums

It's been 5 years since Etymotic released its flagship model, The ER4-XR. The EVO is Etymotic's first ever multi-driver earphone. AV Forums have spent time with Etymotic's newest creation and are enthusiastic with the results. The Evo, they claim, "is a very accomplished earphone that warrants enthusiastic Recommendation". Integrating three balanced armature drivers into a specially designed acoustic module, Etymotic claims that the EVO gives the truest sound stage and sound signature you will ever hear. AV Forums review is brief and concise. In addition, they analyse the performance of the Evo in a very easy to read, roundabout way....

Final A-Series reviewed by Ear-Fidelity

The Final A-series is a group of products created in the pursuit of “Transparent Sound”. This all began with the introduction of their highly praised flagship model, the A8000. Read on for Ear-Fidelity's reviews for Finals recent additions to the lineup, the A4000 & A3000. It is a known secret that both the Final A3000 and A4000 are IEM's that perform way above their price points. Priced at £100 and £120, you really are getting more than you pay for. With their generalised overview easing you in Ear-Fidelity goes into mighty detail with their reviews on the Final A-Series. Likewise,...

Campfire Audios Andromeda, Ara and Solaris Podcast With The Curiosity Project

Caleb Rosenau has sat down with The Curiosity Project  once more. But this time for a chat about Campfire Audios high end IEMs, The Andromeda, The Ara and The Solaris. The Ara is an earphone well suited for the audiophile and reference listener As the title states, Campfire Audios Caleb Rosenau has sat down with Omar once more to broaden his musical horizons. "As part of Omars IEM journey Caleb suggested it was a good idea to have a listen to their highest end products. It didn't take a lot of convincing for me. Brew a cup and join Omar...

Cleer Roam NC reviews

Cleer Roam NC : A budget active noise cancelling earphone that is perfect for when you are "on the go". Lets face it, the market is currently flooded with True Wireless earphones. However, most affordable TWS earbuds normally eschew higher end specs. At just shy of £60, the Cleer Roam NC has tried to break this mould by packing as much tech and many features into them as possible for its price point. Cleerly separating them above the rest of the pack. The Roam NC is fitted with 5.8mm custom tuned dynamic drivers designed by Cleer’s acoustic lab. Their noise cancelling feature...

Audeze Euclid presented with ‘Innovation Award’ by TechPowerUP!

The Audeze Euclid, a planar magnetic, closed back IEM has recently been doing the rounds in the reviewing world. One stop on the tour has been at TechPowerUP. This is just one of the places where the Euclid has been rigorously tested and extensively reviewed. Deservedly, the Euclid ended up with their coveted "Innovation" award. On top of this the Euclid has also been praised for "fantastic overall performance" and unique design. It has been admired for its "understated finish, which lets the build quality and colour palette shine through naturally." These IEM's really are technological wonder. Audeze asserts that...

Etymotic EVO unboxed live by Super*Review on Youtube -including Frequency Response comparision to EX4-XR

It's been 5 years since Etymotic released its flagship model, The ER4-XR. Their latest model, the EVO, is the company's first multi-driver earphone and quite clearly the next "evolution" in their sound design. Etymotic proudly claims that the EVO is the culmination of 30 years of earphone engineering and research technology. Brian from Super*Review gets his hands on a set to find out more... By integrating three balanced armature drivers into a specially designed acoustic module, it is claimed by Etymotic that the EVO gives the truest sound stage and sound signature you have ever heard (or will hear)! Oscar...

Campfire Audio Honeydew and Satsuma Podcast!

Campfire Audio Honeydew and Satsuma Podcast!

Omar, the creator of The Curiosity Project has managed to sit Caleb Rosenau of Campfire Audio down for a chat about IEMs, how they work and what makes Campfire Audio so special. They discuss Campfire Audio’s new releases, the Honeydew and Satsuma and how they are both “Perfect gateway products to the world within Campfire Audio”. Caleb talks emphatically about taking a less is more approach when designing their new budgeting offerings. The Satsuma has been fitted with a single balanced armature (BA) driver and the Honeydew packs a 10mm Dynamic driver inside. Both IEMs focus on comfort, fit, and a each IEM has a tailored sound...

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