Akoustyx R-115 IEM Review

Iemsonly posted a review of the R-115 IEMs on Head-Fi.  It is a single BA driver IEM and such has compromises as you can see from iemsonly’s summary:

Pros – Perfect bass, lush and intimate mids, super easy to drive.
Cons – Laidback treble, slightly coloured, not very detailed

At the $120 USD price point you have many options including the fantastic en700 Pro from Simgot. 

CLICK HERE ===> for the Review of the R-115

 

 

Review of JH Audio’s New Layla AION IEM

Jude posted a video review of JH Audio’s latest iteration of their 12 BA driver 4 crossover Layla IEM.   In this iteration, they are using 3D printing to create the audio channels rather than discrete tubing as in the original versions.  This reduces the size of the IEM down to a manageable size as many folks didn’t like the size of the prior models.  Personally, I don’t have an issue with the size of my Gen 1 Laylas but I also do use them as my mobile IEM.  Additionally, one has to assume the new manufacturing process significantly reduces the labor necessary to build them.  It will be interesting to see graphs on the audio performance of the 3D printed channels versus the individual tubing.  Enjoy the video review below.

CLICK HERE ==> for the Review of the Layla AION IEM

Review of the Fearless Audio S10 IEM

LMka has a review of the Fearless Audio S10 IEMs on Head-Fi.  This is a 10 balanced armature driver setup in a 4-way crossover configuration.

Pros – Balanced sound, wide sound field, detailed yet smooth, sweet vocals, non fatiguing yet revealing, tight textured bass.
Cons – Quality control issues on Fearless side, some may prefer a thicker sound signature

 

Click Here ==> for the Fearless Audio S10 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

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

Review of the RHA T20 IEM

McSchnauze posted a review of the T20 on Head-Fi.  The T20 $189 single dynamic driver with dual coils. The link to the review is below.

Pros – Warm yet detailed. Lively/Energetic. Lush & Natural… almost analog-like.
Cons – Bass can be too prominent. On most tracks, just above-average soundstage.

 

CLICK HERE for the review of the T20