Review of DITA’s The Answer IEM

Gary Alan Barker posted a review of DITA’s IEM “The Answer” on  You can find the review by following the link below.

The Answer


OnePlus Icons IEM Review

Peter Pialis has posted a review of these IEMs over on  He loves their price performance.  At only $50, these dynamic driver IEMs provide a nice “fun” U shaped sound signature. Read the rest of Peter’s review by clicking the link below:

Icons IEM Review


Puro Sound Labs BT5200 Review

Peter Pialis has a review of the BT5200 bluetooth headphones over on Headphone.Guru.  He was astounded but the “bang for the buck” these headphones deliver.  Great SQ, build quality, isolation and all for $129.

Review of the BT5200


CanJam SoCal 2016 Show Report

Eric Neff has very nice report of the recent CanJam SoCal show over on Plenty of pics and impressions.  Part 1 of the report is listed below.  I will add links to the other parts as they become available so check back . . .

CanJam Show Report 1

CanJam Show Report 2

CanJam Show Report 3

CanJam Show Report 4


JH Audio Custom Layla IEM Review

Eric Neff has posted a nice review of his custom Layla IEM on


Pros: Adjustable bass means a wide range of uses and personal styles are possible with one pair of CIEM’s
4th order crossover concisely controls the twelve drivers per side.
Perfect frequency phase delivered by three independent steel tubed bores.
Impeccable fit and finish. Custom fit was perfect as received!

Cons: Price. $2195 in my version is the low end. They scale up with materials options to nearly $3k
Cable is thicker to accommodate the bass adjust. Some people may prefer a thinner option.
No iPhone controls or microphone available at this time.

Layla review


Klipsch X20i Review

Peter Pialis posted a review of the dual BA driver X20i on These are priced in the $500+ price range which puts them in the same market price as the W40 and SE535.  That some tough competition for a dual BA IEM but Peter believes they are up to task.  Read his review by clicking the link below:

Review of the X20i