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The IEM I like more than headphones - Hisenior Mega5-EST Review
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The IEM I like more than headphones - Hisenior Mega5-EST Review

Join DMS as he takes a look at Hisenior's Mega5-EST. Is this the king of IEMs under $1k? Watch the video and find out!

Moondrop x Crinacle DUSK: An Inconvenient Truth

Moondrop x Crinacle DUSK: An Inconvenient Truth

Crinacle's new DUSK was an IEM that was uniquely positioned to fulfill the wishes of consumers asking for an IEM tuned with the Brüel and Kjaer Type 5128 in mind. However, due to the reliance on the DSP cable to grant that wish, saying "Buy DUSK" isn't quite as simple this time around.

Sennheiser IE 200 Review: Affordable, but is it good?

Sennheiser IE 200 Review: Affordable, but is it good?

The Sennheiser IE 200 is the most affordable in-ear monitor in their IE line-up. At $150, it's meant to bring the Sennheiser sound to the masses. But how much has changed from its bigger brothers IE 600 and IE 900 and is it any good?

Sennheiser IE 600 vs IE 900

Sennheiser IE 600 Comparative Review: A Cheaper IE 900?

The Sennheiser IE 600 is the 2nd IEM in Sennheiser's modern IE line-up. At $800, it's a little more than half the price of the flagship IE 900. The question is, what are you giving up? Fc-Construct takes a deep dive to see if the IE 600 is just a cheaper IE 900 or if there are key differences you should be aware of.

Letshuoer S15

Letshuoer S15 Review: Not At This Price

The Letshuoer S15 is the successor to the wildly popular Letshuoer S12 planar IEM. At $330, the S15 has two tricks up its sleeve: a 3rd generation planar drive and Letshuoer's R-Sonic filter technology. But will it be worth triple the MSRP? Fc-Construct takes a look.

Hisenior Mega5EST: Task Failed Successfully

Hisenior Mega5EST: Task Failed Successfully

Hisenior claim their $550 tribrid is tuned to Harman's IE Target, yet it has garnered recognition for measuring closely to the beloved—and not Harman IE compliant—Subtonic Storm. Is it Harman? Is it a "baby Storm"? Join listener as they discuss why Mega5EST is one of the happiest accidents in today's IEM market.

Truthear Nova: On a Theme

Truthear Nova: On a Theme

Nova’s release was met with some pretty massive hype due to it being Truthear’s first product over $100. But does the Nova actually improve upon its predecessors enough to command a price roughly double that the Hexa?

Nightjar Singularity Review: Single Dynamic Dreams

Nightjar Singularity Review: Single Driver Dreams

The Nightjar Singularity aims to be the best basshead single dynamic driver out there. It's a lofty dream, but it's one that's gotten support from avid fans. Fc-Construct breaks down the hype and gives his take on whether it's all warranted.

Symphonium Crimson: The Heir Apparent

Symphonium Crimson: The Heir Apparent

With the Crimson, Symphonium is seemingly counting on a sonic midpoint between their two best performing products being compelling enough to justify placing it in the flagship seat of their catalog. Does Crimson live up to the expectations placed upon it by being the next in Symphonium’s already stellar lineup?

Symphonium x Nightjar Impressions: BAs for Bassheads?

Symphonium x Nightjar Meteor Extended Impressions Review: BAs for Bassheads?

Unique Melody MEST MkIII

Unique Melody MEST MkIII Review: Moments of Magic

Thieaudio Monarch MkII and MkIII

The Ranking of Kings: Thieaudio Monarch MkII and MkIII Comparative Review

IEF Neutral’s Logical Conclusion? A look at the Truthear x Crinacle Zero: RED

LETSHUOER Cadenza 12: Form vs Function

Truthear x Crinacle ZERO: RED: Dissecting the Hype

Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite Review: The Return of Multi-BA Midrange IEM?

Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite: The Return of Multi-BA Midrange IEM?

BLON x HBB Z300 and Tripowin Piccolo and Simgot EW100P

Budget IEM Round-Up: Blon x HBB Z300, Tripowin Piccolo, and Simgot EW100P

Moondrop Blessing 3 Review - Fly Me Closer to the Moon

Moondrop Blessing 3 Review - Fly Me Closer to the Moon

64 Audio U4s vs Nio

64 Audio’s Next Generation: Comparing the U4s vs Nio

Hidizs MS5

Hidizs MS5: Big Bass and Bigger Marketing