The FoKus Pro feel incredible and are very well presented but I do feel they are not quite as refined in the sound quality department
The P23BT has such an enjoyable sound that you quickly forget they only cost £50.
. The Duo has all the signature 64 Audio qualities in a more affordable package, add to that a little added fun factor and the Duo are a really impressive.
The Bevi 2 are extremely good value, you get a comfortable and well built earphone with detachable cable and a single BA driver for under £100.
64 Audio have created a brilliant earphone that allows great insight into the recording with superb clarity, and a smooth and easy to listen to sound.
The new Holocene focus on control and detail, they are perfect for those wanting a more neutral and balanced sound signature.
The Mammoth is incredibly engaging yet crisp and detailed at the same time, a very accomplished hybrid earphone.
The Cleer Ally Plus II are quite a good true wireless earphone, for the price they have some excellent features including great battery life and excellent ANC.
Etymotic have done a brilliant job with the Evo, it still retains that signature Etymotic clarity and control yet adds a little body, widens the soundstage and increases the dynamics.
This is a bass oriented earphone, no mistaking that, but it is also quite versatile and highly enjoyable.
This is one for those who enjoy a controlled and detailed sound, especially in the midrange.
Everything sounds effortless and they are just easy and very pleasant to listen to, an audiophile true wireless earphone at it's finest.
Say hello to the PurePlay Z3 2.0 - packing in more features and the same excellent sound quality without increasing the price.
Audeze's first sealed planar earphone are exciting and bold, with excellent resolution and impactful bass response.
Noble set out to make an audiophile friendly true wireless earphone, and they have done a brilliant job with the Falcon Pro. They have a subtle sub-bass lift but plenty...