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.

 

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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

 

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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

Review of the Campfire Audio Atlas IEM

Ngoshawk posted a review of the Atlas IEM over on Head-Fi.  This is a single 10mm dynamic driver unit priced at $1,299.  It better be outstanding for a single DD IEM at that price and from the review it sounds like it is.  Ngoshawk states that this is shaping up as a foundation shaker, much the way the Vega did not that long ago.”

CLICK HERE to view the Atlas review

Pros – Excellent fit and finish.
Fantastic bass.
Litz cable.
Quality, quality, quality.
Sound, which typifies a Flagship

Cons – Driver flex.
Fingerprint collector.
Nothing else.

Atlas specifications:

Driver: 10mm Single full range dynamic driver
Diaphragm: Plasma enhanced Chemical Vapor Depostion (C.V.D.) Amorphous Diamond Like Carbon (A.D.L.C.) Diaphragm.
Sensitivity: 105 dB SPL/mW
Frequency Response: 5Hz–20 kHz
Impedance: 19Ω @ 1kHz
Material: Stainless steel body
Connectors: Beryllium / Copper MMCX
Cable Material: Pure Silver Litz
Cable Length: 1.2M (4 feet)
Plug: 3.5mm Gold plated

 

 

 

 

FiiO FH1 IEM Review

Ezekiel77 posted a review of the FH1 over on Head-Fi.  This single titanium dynamic driver IEM is priced at $75.  From Ezekiel77’s review it sounds like the FH1 is a very respectable IEM in the sub-$100 category.  Go check out the review in the link below.

Pros – Class-leading mids tuning, natural signature with good timbre, bass extension, robust build quality, classy design, ergonomic fit, two cables provided, price!
Cons – Overwhelming bass at times, soundstage depth and layering, treble extension and air, detail and resolution, MMCX connectors.

CLICK HERE to see the review of the FH1

Unique Melody Announces Two New IEMs – the Maven & the Mirage

Unique Melody has posted an announcement of their two new IEMs, the Maven and the Mirage.  CLICK HERE to view the announcement.

The Melody specifications:

Frequency response range: 20Hz-25KHz
Sensitivity: @1KHz 108dB
Impedance: 26Ω
Driver Count: 11BA
Crossover: 4-way crossover system
Driver Configuration: 4 low + 2 mid range + 4 high +1 custom semi-open tuning unit

Priced at $2,000

The Mirage specifications:

Frequency response range: 20Hz-20KHz
Sensitivity: @1KHz 104dB
Impedance: 23Ω
Driver Count: 3BA
Crossover: 3-way crossover system
Driver Configuration: 1 low +1 custom open mid range +1 high

Priced at $1,000