Month: March 2016

Zorloo Aero Review

Some time back I looked at Zorloo’s first IEM, the Z:ero.  What made it special was that it has inbuilt its very own DAC and amp thus completely bypassing the potentially rubbish audio internals in their phone.  Phones are convergence

Zorloo Aero Quick Review

Zorloo Aero Quick Review Thanks to Zorloo for the sample. Brief:  Zorloo make exactly what I wanted them to. Price:  Post Indiegogo I believe RRP will be US$120 Specifications:  DAC/amp ESS SABRE 9018Q2C, Max Sampling 48kHz, Max Depth 24 bit,

Fidue A65 Review

Yes its another earphone from me, though this time its not a Brainwavz.  Today we have a relatively new and lesser known brand, Fidue.  It doesn’t take much to see they look pretty nice but the real question is do

Fidue A65 Quick Review

Fidue A65 Quick Review Thanks to hifiheadphones for the sample. Brief:  Don’t mind if Fidue (sorry but I had to:-) Price £50 or about US$70 Specifications:  Driver Unit: 8mm dynamic Drive with Titanium Composites, Frequency response: 16Hz – 22000 Hz,

MEEaudio M6 Review

To these that know, MEEaudio was once called MEElectronics and one of their old models, the M6 is still kicking around.  This time we have a look and see how it compares years on and in particular with its present

MEEaudio M6 Quick Review

MEEaudio M6 Quick Review Thanks to MEEaudio for the sample Brief:  A fresh look at an oldie Price:  US$20 or £16 Specifications:  Driver 9 mm ultra high performance drivers with neodymium magnets, frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz, impedance

Elephone P8000 Review

Elephone, you may not have heard of them but they are one of the names coming out of China that I predict will be big someday.   Not to give the review away but its a brand that specialises in

Elephone P8000 Quick Review

Elephone P8000 Quick Review Brief:  An elephantine phone from Elephone. Price:  US$188 or £135 Specifications:  Display: 5.5 inch IPS Screen, CPU: MTK6753 64bit Octa Core, 1.3GHz, System: Android 5.1, RAM + ROM: 3GB RAM + 16GB ROM, Camera: 5.0MP front

Brainwavz XFit XF-200 Quick Review

Brainwavz XFit XF-200 Quick Review Thanks to Brainwavz for the sample. Brief:  Brainwavz do sporty. Price:  US$25 or about £18 Specifications:  Drivers: Dynamic, 9 mm, Rated Impedance: 16 ohms, Frequency Range: 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz, Sensitivity: 95 dB at

Brainwavz XFit XF-200

Yes another and another new product from Brainwavz.  I’ve started calling them the Samsung of the earphone world, why have one model when you can have 50??? 🙂  Anyway, these are a little bit different, these are squarely aimed at

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