Edifier R1010BT Review – Small Fry, Big Sound

Introduction – While the majority of manufacturers increase their pricing with time, it’s good to see Edifier offering their newer technologies at even lower prices than before. Meet the new R1010BT, a stunningly affordable $99 AUD speaker with a delightful mix of features. Implementing an intriguing dual ceramic cone driver setup and a bookshelf inspired…

Magaosi K3 HD Review – Budget Premium

Introduction – Magaosi’s K3 Pro was an immensely popular model that offered great value with a triple hybrid driver setup housed within a robust metal shell. And in real world testing, I found the K3 Pro to produce convincing ergonomics and an engaging if not supremely natural sound. That being said, they still weren’t quite…

QuietOn Earplugs Review – Silence > Sound

Introduction – Within a hobby dedicated to the pursuit of sonic perfection, the importance of protecting one’s own hearing is sorely underappreciated. And beyond finding sound quality, sometimes it’s just as important to find some peace and quiet. QuietOn caught my attention with their Kick-started earplugs that boasted unrivalled silence through a combination of passive…

Fiio X7 Review – Still Top Dog

Introduction – In the wake of the X7 II and with recent attention being focussed mainly towards Fiio’s new X5 III, it seems that the device that started it all has lost its spotlight. But Fiio’s X7 remains their present flagship for good reason, and though it was Fiio’s first attempt at a smart, Android-based…

Campfire Audio Jupiter Review – No Less

While they aren’t exceptionally vibrant of sculpted nor are they as universally pleasing as the Andromeda, the Jupiter is a delicately tuned in-ear monitor with the same stunning technicality and passion running through its veins.

Audiofly AF1120 Review – Neutral+

Introduction – Audiofly are an Australian manufacturer that has gradually risen from obscurity to modest popularity, though you still won’t see talk of their new models as you would of something from Sennheiser and even some more popular Chi-fi iems. And that’s because Audiofly is a much more professional orientated company, much like 64Audio and…

Mixcder X5 – The Best Affordable Sports Earphone?

Introduction – Mixcder have made an entrance on Head-fi with their economical but feature-filled products. While they might not be a household name, I’ve found their earphones to be both accessibly priced and competitive in performance. The X5 is one of their newest creations, a tough, sports-centric earphone with a meagre asking price of just…

Fiio i1 Review – Minute but Mighty

Introduction –  The Fiio i1 met nothing but a tough reception upon release with many marking it as redundant being comparable, at least on paper, to the dongle included with the iPhone 7 for free. However, numbers and measurements aren’t everything, of course, demonstrated by the radical difference between smartphones using the same onboard DAC…

Plussound Prism Review – Low key

Introduction – When cable manufacturer ALO branched out into Universal earphones as Campfire Audio, they were met almost exclusively with success; Campfire has very quickly become a hugely popular and discussed brand. And hot on their heels is Plussound, a similarly experienced cable manufacturer who seek once again mix up the game by utilising cutting…