FLC 8N - The IEM With 36 Signatures!


FLC  8N - The IEM With 36 Signatures!

FLC 8N is a tunable IEM which can have a total of 36 signatures. This is more than any other single IEM we reviewed before, and we're honored to have this kind of potential in our hands. We'll do our best to compare it to other IEMs in this price range (350 USD), and let you know if many signatures can achieve more than a single good signature can at this price point. 


FLC 8N, Review Head Photo, Artistic Shot With FLC8N In Focus, And Strong Bokeh Behind


Tin Audio T2 and T2 Pro - Open Stage


Tin Audio T2 Pro - Open Stage

Tin T2 is the first IEM we are reviewing from the Chinese producer Tin Audio. While the name doesn't say much about them or their product, we'll place it through it paces and see what the guys at Tin Audio have been able to design. 


Tin T2 and T2 Pro, next to each other, T2 with blue foam tips, T2Pro with dark silicone tips, poster and review head image
Tin T2 and T2 Pro, next to each other, T2 with blue foam tips, T2Pro with dark silicone tips


Audirect Whistle - Affordable, Clear, Fun

Audirect Whistle - Affordable, Clear, Fun

Audirect Whistle is the first DAC/AMP we are reviewing from Audirect, and it was quite an interesting one to take a look at, priced at 100 USD. We'll be comparing it with its direct competitors, and we'll see whether it is worth its price tag, or if you should seek a DAC/AMP from a different company. 



Audirect Whistle DAC/AMP Unit looks pretty great on our carpet.


Final E5000 - Thick Sound Delight


Final E5000 - Thick Sound Delight

Final E5000 is the current upper midrange model from Final Audio, a IEM that promises to sound incredibly natural and fun, statements which we're going to put to test in this review, as well as comparing them to other similarly priced IEMs. 




Periodic Audio Titanium and Beryllium - Musical Brothers


Periodic Audio Titanium and Beryllium - Musical Brothers

We reviewed the Magnesium IEM from Periodic Audio, and now it is time to also review the Titanium and Beryllium from the same lovely company, trying to figure if they have their place in this really rich and varied audio world. 




FiiO M7 - Versatile in Bluetooth

FiiO M7 - Versatile in Bluetooth

FiiO M7 is a great little DAP from FiiO made with one thing in mind, to be truly portable. We're going to compare it to similarly priced Players, as well as test its sonic performance, since its price indicates it to be at least a midrange DAP.  




KZ AS10 - Improved Budget Performance


KZ AS10 - Improved Budget Performance

We reviewed KZ ZS10 recently, and we thought it would be a good idea to also look into AS10, which is supposed to be a tweak signature from its bigger brother, this time the IEM on a super budget running on an all-BA configuration. We're going to give you the detailed report on how it performs in this Audiophile Heaven review. 




iBasso IT04 - Balance In Everything

iBasso IT04 - Balance In Everything

iBasso IT04 is iBasso's Top Of The Line IEM from their current Earphones offering, and we're going to take a look at how it performs, as well as how it compares to other IEMs, both similarly priced, and considerably more expensive. 




NuForce Dynamic, BE2, HEM8 - Optoma In-Ear Experience


NuForce Dynamic, BE2, HEM8 - Optoma In-Ear Experience

NuForce IEMs have always been a love it or hate it experience among music lovers, and today we're going to take a look at their best-known IEMs, the NuForce Dynamic, BE2 and HEM8. 




Final Audio E4000 Review - Musically Magic


Final E4000 - Musically Magic

We reviewed Final Audio E2000 and E3000 before, and found out they were quite amazing for their price point. While E4000 is more expensive, it has detachable cables, and Final Audio promises a much better sound, so we're going to put that to test today. 



iBasso DX150 - Technical prowess

iBasso DX150 - Technical prowess 

iBasso DX150 is the second DAP (Digital Audio Player) we review form iBasso. We reviewed their DX200 before, and it was an incredible DAP, so we're quite curious what iBasso cooked for their fans at a lower price point, and with a different hardware configuration. 




FiiO FH5 - Beauty In Detail


FiiO FH5 - Beauty In Detail

FiiO FH5 is the current flagship made by FiiO, one of the titans of the Audiophile Industry. It comes at an interesting moment, as it has a lot of competitors, and needs to do a lot to justify its price, but we're going to give it a run through our tests and report back on how it performs. 




Periodic Audio Magnesium - Warm Delight


Periodic Audio Magnesium - Warm Delight

Period Audio Magnesium, also named Periodic Audio MG is the most affordable IEM from Periodic Audio's line-up, a new line of IEMs, with all their drivers based on a different Element. This is an entry-level IEM. and we're quite excited to see whether it can hold its ground against other titans from the 100 USD price range. 





Burson Play - Desktop Power


Burson Play - Desktop Power 

Burson is a large company working in high-end Desktop Audio components, including those which can be incorporated in a Desktop PC build. Burson Play is one of their highest-rated DAC/AMPs which can do way more than the price tag or the name implies, and we're going to also put it against much more expensive portable products, to tempting you to go desktop soon. 




KZ ZS 10 - Small Package, Big Sound

KZ ZS 10 - Small Package, Big Sound

KZ ZS10 is quite an intriguing IEM we are going to be looking into, being one of the least expensive IEMs with 5 Drivers for each ear. We're going to stack it against similarly priced IEMs, as well as more expensive ones to see where it stands, and we're going to see if the hype about them is real or not. 




Mee Audio Pinnacle P2 - The Sound of Passion


Mee Audio Pinnacle P2 - The Sound of Passion

Mee Audio has a reputation for making an excellent IEM on the cheap. We're going to test this reputation, and see what their P2 is capable of. We're also going to look into some other Mee Audio Products, like M6Pro and their Mee M6Pro Second Generation, and their Professional Balanced Cable. 




Bluedio T3 Plus Turbine - Lush Dark Delicious

Bluedio T3 Plus Turbine - Lush Dark Delicious

Bluedio T3 Plus is the first headphone sold by Gearbest we are looking into. This is going to be a true bass cannon, so those faint of heart should take note, this headphone packs a stronger punch than most people imagine a Headphone at this price can, and it also has a ton of nifty tricks up its sleeve. 




Ultrasone Signature DXP - The Legend Continues

Ultrasone Signature DXP - The Legend Continues

Ultrasone is a pretty well-known company, and some of their most loved headphones are from their Signature Series, like the mighty Signature Pro and Signature DJ. The newly released Signature DXP is coming to take a place next to its brother, Signature Studio, which we reviewed in the past, but this time with a different tuning. 




Alpha & Delta D3 - Affordable, Smooth and Fun


Alpha & Delta D3 - Affordable, Smooth and Fun

Alpha Delta is a company from Singapore with two IEMs in their current offering, D3 and D6. We're going to review both, but today we're taking a look at the cheaper one, D3, which is really really affordable, and which enthused a lot of music lovers with their build quality and sound. Let's see how they stack to other IEMs in this price range. 





iFi iEMatch 2.5 - Balanced Matching

iFi iEMatch 2.5 - Balanced Matching 

iFi iEMatch 2.5 is the version of iEMatch made for 2.5mm balanced connectors. Those iEMatch units have been known to help those with hissy sources get a better sound without needing to upgrade the whole source, and iEMatch is usually pretty affordable as well. We'll place this one through its paces and see what the buzz is all about. 



Simphonio Dragon2+ - The Balanced Dragon


Simphonio Dragon2+ - The Balanced Dragon

Simphonio Dragon 2+ is an expensive earbud, no silicone tips, but more of a classical earbud shape. This is the most expensive earbud we've heard, and most probably the most interesting one as well, but we won't be easy on it, just because of its 300 USD asking price, which means we have quite some expectations from it. 




Shozy Hibiki - Sweet and Tasty


Shozy Hibiki - Sweet and Tasty

Shozy is a pretty big company from China, well-respected by music lovers from all over the world for their accessible yet high-quality products. We're going to take a look into the performance of their affordable IEM, Shozy Hibiki, which is priced at just 60 USD. 




Sennheiser HD660S - Changing The Status Quo

Sennheiser HD660S - Changing The Status Quo

Sennheiser HD600 and HD650 have both been emblems of quality in the audiophile world for almost ten years now, with HD660S coming to change that and bring a new headphone to the table. We're having a look into what it brings to the table, and into how it changes the headphones that are already loved by thousand of people from all over the world.