Audio reviews

ADVANCED M5-1D Review: Big leap

ADVANCED M5-1D: Big leap Advanced (ADV) is back at it again with the premium line up, the M5 series. Currently two models have been officially released, which are M5-1D and M5-5D. Memories are a bit vague,...

Periodic Audio Mg/Ti/Be Review: Only the necessities

Periodic Audio Review: Only the necessities Periodic Audio (PA) is a startup brand that has just hopped onto the audio industry. Periodic Audio is from California, USA and introduced themselves with some uni...

Dunu DK-3001 Review: The steady seller

Dunu DK-3001 - The steady seller Following up with the recently uploaded Falcon-C, here comes another Dunu review. This time it will be the DK-3001, audiophile's beloved hybrid IEM of all times. DK-3001 ha...

Dunu Falcon-C Review: Flies high, strikes hard

Dunu Falcon C - Flies high, strikes hard Dunu is one of the most popular, fastest-growing Chinese brand that's been showing a steady success with their products. My experience with Dunu was mainly relate...

Rhapsodio Zombie Review: Hybrid revolution

Rhapsodio Zombie MK8 Review: Hybrid Revolution Rhapsodio, short in RSD, is a well respected IEM/cable manufacturer based on Hong Kong. They have three categories for the line-up: DD series, hybrid series...

Astrotec Delphinus 5 Review: Flagship nicely done

Astrotec Delphinus 5: Flagship nicely done Astrotec is one of the earliest generation to be manufacturing cost-effective IEMs. Astrotec themselves consider them to be a rather unknown brand, though I'm q...
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