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Review

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) UGREEN HiTune T3: Heavy V-shaped sound; ANC is a bonus.

If you want to enjoy massive and powerful sound at a low price, the UGREEN HiTune T3 is relatively easy to recommend. Overall imaging performance is good, and there are no shortcomings in terms of audio specifications. Communication qualit…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) Tronsmart Onyx Ace Pro: Bright and detailed sound. Relatively high original sound fidelity and crisp, clear sound. Excellent communication quality.

The Tronsmart Onyx Ace Pro is an in-ear fully wireless earphone with excellent communication and build quality that sounds clear and crisp with good original sound fidelity. The shallow and thin low frequencies characteristic of the inner-…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) MUINE T1: Excellent texture and localization. Resonant and rich sound. Excellent communication quality and ANC.

The MUINE T1 is a debut product from a start-up manufacturer and seems like a bubble product with not-so-luxurious packaging. In fact, I had no expectations at first, but as soon as I put it in my ears and heard the sound, I immediately no…

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Open Audio Mercury: Excellent analog-type listening earphones that nostalgically portray music with rich harmonics

Open Audio Mercury is a signature with a near-neutral sound balance and an emphasis on heavy bass.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Open Audio Witch: Heavy V-shaped sound. Low distortion

Open Audio Witch has a V-shaped sound signature with an emphasis on low and mid-high frequencies.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Open Audio Alkaid: Superior monitor earphones that convey clarity, subtlety, and detail without spilling anything.

The Open Audio Alkaid is a high-end earphone with a delicate, analytical sound with high transparency across the entire frequency range.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) FloAudio CALLA: Excellent listening earphones with mellow and deep sound

FloAudio touted the CALLA's sound as being on the same level of performance as high-priced earphones, and in fact, that claim is almost true. They sound very low distortion and more rewarding to listen to than most models with a price tag …

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Hidizs Mermaid MM2: Audio specs are above price. Equipped with proprietary duct tuning. Overall balance is low frequency leaning for all nozzles.

The Hidizs Mermaid MM2 has a V-shaped sound with a slightly more midrange neutrality with the standard gold nozzle. The silver nozzle, which is supposed to adjust more toward the highs, actually emphasizes the upper midrange to mid-highs. …

(Monitor Headphones Review) YAMAHA HPH-MT8: It is like a cockpit of sound. It lets you hear many sounds at once and well on a reasonably spacious frame. Ideal and practical monitor headphones for monitoring checks.

The YAMAHA HPH-MT8 is an excellent monitor headphone with sound density and adequate separation suitable for monitor checks, while being conscious of original sound fidelity. Its sound seems to be aimed at presenting an appropriate amount …

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Audiosense TX15: Chic sound with deep bass

The Audiosense TX15 has a V-shaped sound that leans toward the low frequencies.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Unique Melody Maverick Ti: A model that is finished safely like Uniqie Melody.

If you are looking for a choice in the $1000 neighborhood, the Unique Melody Marverick Ti is generally easy to recommend because its exterior build quality and sound meet the price level.

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) Tranya T10B: A well-designed Bass Boost mode. Impressive sound in the mid-high range. Stable communication quality. Safe choice.

The Tranya T10-B is a safe choice in its price range. Communication quality is stable, sound balance is not bad, and the low frequency range, adjustable via Bass Boost, is fairly reasonably well tuned. However, compared to many of its riva…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) UGREEN HiTune T1: A connoisseur's favorite listening earphone with an almost completely neutral sound balance and a rich harmonic sound

The UGREEN HiTune T1 delivers a very balanced, almost completely neutral sound; the Super Bass mode sounds V-shaped and emphasizes the low frequencies considerably.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Tingker TK160: Excellent listening earphones with deep bass and very clear, bright, cheerful, and ear-friendly midrange

The Tingker TK160 has a neutral sound, leaning toward the low frequencies. The midrange sounds bright and clear, but the highs have a mild monitor-like listening sound. It is attractive because of its excellent midrange transparency, but i…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) UGREEN HiTune X6: Immersive spatial expression with emphasis on presence and envelopment. Energetic and dynamic sound. Practical and effective ANC; good wearing comfort

The UGREEN HiTune X6 is a fully wireless earphone with a dynamic, energetic and enjoyable sound with a V-shaped type that emphasizes low frequencies. Active noise cancellation is also of a practical level and the fit is excellent. In addit…

(Monitor Headphones Review) Behringer HPS3000: Monitor headphones with bright, high-resolution sound. However, localization reproducibility is difficult.

The Behringer HPS3000 is a low-cost monitor headphone with high resolution. However, they are not recommended for use as main monitors, as their localization is too unreliable.

(Monitor Headphones Review) Behringer HC2000: Glare monitor that lets you hear bright midrange with high resolution

The Behringer HC2000 has a super midrange-full sound with a very strong emphasis on the midrange.

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) Honor Choice EarBuds X3 Lite: Typical V-shaped sound with emphasis on depth. High resolution.

Honor EarBuds X3 Lite is an earphone that gives a typical V-shaped sound with high resolution. While the depth of sound is attractive and clean, the midrange is dark and the textures are not as accurate as they could be.

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) EarFun Air S: Neutral sound with a slight emphasis on low frequencies. Excellent sound balance and low distortion; ANC is not very effective

The EarFun Air S is the latest addition to the Air series, a new listening earphone from an excellent brand. It offers performance beyond its price point with excellent sound balance and excellent low distortion, but ANC performance is lac…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) JVC HA-AE5T: Excellent TWS created by JVC in Japan

The JVC HA-AE5T is the best entry-level true wireless earbuds that my beloved brand has produced to date. It is an excellent earphone that truly demonstrates the high quality that Japanese audio brands are still achieving today.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) LETSHUOER D13: DLC IEMs from leading brands

The LETSHUOER D13 is the rookie earphone created by LETSHUOER using the DLC driver, which has produced many great models with excellent sound quality. the excellent characteristics of the DLC driver not only proved its acoustic performance…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) Edifier TO-U6+: High-frequency-oriented sound typical of Edifier

The Edifier To-U6+ is not a bad choice for earphones under $100. The highs are well localized and have a consistent overtone presentation, making them ideal for listening to string music, etc. As is typical of Edifier, the highs are carefu…

(Wireless Headphones Review) Edifier STAX Spirit S3: High original sound fidelity, excellent scale and realism, consistent phase, low distortion. Ultra-long playback time & ultra-fast charging, compact portability

The Edifier STAX Spirit S3 is priced at about $500, which is about mid-high, but in terms of sound quality, it delivers sound half as good as ultra high-end. It is also very easy to use, with 80 hours of continuous playback time, excellent…

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) EnacFire E60: Excellent listening model for a slightly dark space with a profound and natural overtone resonant sound

The EnacFire E60 is an excellent listening model that lets you hear the beautiful overtones of woodwinds and violins in a slightly dark space. The warm midrange and mild, non-peaked highs make it comfortable to listen to and easy to immers…

(Chi-fi IEM Review) UniqueMelody 3D Terminator (3DT): Excellent edge and sharp sound

UniqueMelody 3D Terminator has a high-frequency neutral sound, which makes it a great choice if you want to focus on sharpness and edge in your music.

(True Wireless Earbuds Review) Edifier Hecate GX07: Compatible with LHDC, with a well-balanced sound typical of Edifier; ANC and app customizability are mediocre, but the unique design shines through.

The Edifier Hecate GX07 is Edifier's ambitious flagship gaming true wireless earphones that supports the high-quality sound codec LHDC and includes active noise cancellation. The sound is balanced, as is typical of Edifier, but the high fr…

(True Wireless Earbuds impression) Liberfeel Fancy Pods T8: Fun V-shaped sound with enhanced low and mid-high frequencies

Liberfeel Fancy Pods T8 is a low-cost, stylish earphone. It does not have any special features, nor is the sound quality particularly outstanding, but the deep bass and colorful upper midrange make listening to music enjoyable.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) CCA CRA+: This model is a mid-range version of the CCA CRA. Not bad, but overall, CRA-

CCA CRA+ has a V-shaped sound balance with an awareness of neutral sound, and is an IEM with a highly transparent midrange that is carefully listened to.

(Chi-fi IEM Review) KZ EDX Ultra: Midrange with excellent texture and deep lows, but highs tend to be the weakest point

The KZ EDX Ultra is an excellent IEMs with audio specs and build quality above its price point, but it has the disadvantage of being habitual in the high frequencies, which can easily become a weakness. It is likely not suitable for those …

(Chi-fi IEM Review) Yu9 U-556: Excellent Etymotic clone that overcomes the weaknesses of the ER4B and offers a more natural texture

The Yu9 U-556 is an Etymotic-like IEMs with excellent textural expression and has a sound that beats the original ER4B in that it is more accurate in the midrange. For more purist Etymotic fans, I recommend the U-554, but for those seeking…