Audio reviews

QOA Pink Lady Review: Affordable with posture

QOA Pink Lady Review: Affordable with posture It's always exciting to see new brands busting into the portable audio market - and here's another one, called QOA (Queen Of Audio). There are lots of new IE...

IKKO OH10 Review: Subtle yet big

IKKO Obsidian OH10 Review: Subtle yet big With the well-praised Meteor OH1 that came out of the blue, IKKO is one of the fastest-growing brands in the IEM market. Perhaps I can't really say that they've ...

IKKO Zerda Review: A budget companion

IKKO Zerda Review: A budget companion The audiophile trend started to tip over towards simplicity. People are looking to enjoy music in a more portable way and willing to sacrifice some bit of performanc...

Dunu DK-3001 Pro: Hybrid upgrade

Dunu DK-3001 Pro: Hybrid upgrade Well, Dunu surprised us with another unexpected product. Previously, their DK-4001 was the long-awaited successor to the DK-3001, but the increased price is no small mone...

Dunu Hulk Review: Masculine beauty

Dunu Hulk - Masculine beauty Dunu is hustling. Along with their DK-4001 and DK-3001 Pro, Dunu recently announced its exclusive custom cable product called the Hulk. I'd say it's quite uncommon for an IEM...

Satin Audio Gaïa Review: Vital warmth

Satin Audio Titan Series: Even more affordable! Satin Audio is one of the fast-growing brands in the custom cable industry with its highly cost-effective products. We here in About Audio previously cover...
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