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Evidson B3 IEM Review

Evidson B3 accessories

What about the Evidson B3… I have reviewed Evidson IEMs before and I was pretty impressed with their IEMs. The Evidson B3 are their lower cost IEMs and it is surprisingly made in India. Build quality wise though you would be surprised to know these are ‘budget’ earphones as they are well built with a good quality cable and comes ...

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Kworld S28 Gaming Earphones Review

About Kworld…and its gaming earphones… You would be forgiven if you (like me) are wondering what the heck is Kworld as they are a relatively unheard brand. There are plenty of Chinese audio manufacturing companies that offer different drivers and housing combinations to companies looking to sell earphones under their own brand name. That said companies still need to check and decide ...

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Brainwavz Alpha IEM Review

What about the Brainwavz Alpha… Brainwavz is a Hong Kong-based audio company that manufactures portable audio devices including IEMs, DAPs, Headphones and even DACs since 2008. I’ve just finished reviewing its excellent M2 earphones and now I am testing the Brainwavz Alpha IEM. The M2 was highly regarded on many review sites. The Brainwavz Alpha at around US$ 18.50- half the ...

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Brainwavz M2 IEM Review

About the Brainwavz M2 IEM… Brainwavz is a Hong Kong-based audio company that manufactures portable audio devices including IEMs, DAPs, Headphones and even DACs since 2008. We have already reviewed a few of their earphones on this site a while ago. Since I loved them so much I am more than happy to check out Brainwavz other earphone models due to ...

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SoundMAGIC ES18S In-Ear Monitor Review

Introducing Soundmagic ES18S! Soundmagic is actually a pretty old Chinese audio brand that started making inexpensive In-Ear Monitor (IEM) earphones many years ago when people hardly knew any Chinese company making earphones. Those days earphones were almost exclusively made by American, European or Japanese companies like Westone, Audio Technica, Shure, Earsonics, JVC etc. In those days, earphone development was slow and ...

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