Comparison Review: Arya vs. LCD-3

Tylerfutrell posted a really interesting review on Head-Fi comparing the Hifiman Arya and Audeze LCD-3 (2018/fazor).  I guess I’ll have to check out the Arya and the next meet.

 

Click Here for ==> the Arya and LCD-3 Comparison

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KineraA Odin 8-BA IEM Review

Berkhan posted an in-depth review of Kinera’s Odin IEM on Headfonia.  The Odin is an 8 balanced armature 4-way crossover IEM using drivers from Knowles and Sonion.  The configuration is 2BAs for lows, lower mids, upper mids and highs.

 

Click Here ==> For the Odin IEM Review

Audeze Mobius Headphone Review

Grover Neville posted an in depth review of the Audeze Mobius headphones over on Inner Fidelity.  I can attest that these are pretty darn good headphones for listening to music but they really shine when using them for gaming.  Grover speaks to that in his review.  Click the link below to check it out.

Click Here – For the Mobius Review

iBasso IT01 IEM Review

MrGummido posted a review of the iBasso IT01 single dynamic driver IEM over on Head-Fi.  The sound profile is V shaped.  The IEM housings looks fairly generic and uses MMCX cables.  For the IT01’s price point of $99 you may want to consider other options such as the those from vendors such as 1More or SIMGOT.

Pros – Price
– Versatile
– Cable
Cons –  Source-sensitive
– Might be slightly large for some people

 

Click Here ==> For the iBasso IT01 Review

Jays’ a-Seven Bluetooth Headphone Review

Zelda posted a review of the closed back a-Seven wireless on-ear headphones over on Head-Fi.  From the review they sound like basic entry level bluetooth headphones with a slight V shape and boosted base.

Pros – Build quality
Comfort
Bluetooth quality
Battery timeSound: Well balanced in wireless mode, good clarity and spacious

Cons – Average isolation at best
Fixed ear pads
Little foam on ear pads
(Full specifications are not stated)

Click Here – For the a-Seven Review

Brainwavz ZETA IEM Review

B9Scrambler posted on Head-Fi a review of the ZETA IEM.  Sounds like they are a good value at around $15.

Pros – Solid build and material quality – Warm, easygoing signature – Well-matched accessory kit

Cons – Perception of value as it is lacking features now common at this price like a three button remote or removable cables

CLICK HERE for the Zeta review

ZMF Aeolus Headphone Review

Mysticstryk posted a review of the Aeolus over on Head-Fi (link below).  I’ll let you read the article to see if the Aeolus is worth the $1,000-$1,300 price tag.

Warning: There is some language that some may feel is “inflammatory” when mysticstryk is comparing the Aeolus to other vendor products.

Pros – Build quality
Sound
Price

Negatives – mysticstryk posted no negatives which I have to say is likely inaccurate.  I haven’t auditioned or owned a pair of headphones that didn’t have some flaw.

 

CLICK HERE for the Aeolus Review