For On-Stage Musician & Audiophile

Its meticulous design and premium components ensure faithful audio reproduction, capturing every nuance and detail of your favorite music. Whether you're a casual listener or a dedicated enthusiast, this headphone provides an immersive and captivating journey into the world of high-fidelity sound.

Professional Tuning Technology

Ergonomic Design

Comfortable Wearing Experience and Noise Isolation

Technical Details

Dynamic Driver Diameter

10 mm

Cable Length

120 cm


32 Ω


99 dB



Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Jason Russell
Very impressive single-driver IEM. Nothing wrong with these!

Background: My usual IEM is the IMR Acoustics Enigma, which has an 11.5mm bespoke CNT A.D.L.C dynamic driver with neodymium motors, a bespoke 8mm A.M.T driver, and a monolithic piezo mems driver. My full size headphones are the Focal Clear. Sources are the FiiO M11 Plus or the desktop Monolith dual AKM DAC / dual THX amp.

When I first opened the box, I was quite impressed with how these IEMs looked. My first thought is they seemed like something you might get from Porsche Design. But, as I always say, buying audio gear based on how they look is kind of like buying sunglasses based on how they sound.

These sound terrific. I'll admit, at first I was underwhelmed. But I stuck with them and focused on tracks with good bass, and these responded very nicely. They won't rattle your fillings, but for a single dynamic driver IEM, these perform exceptionally well. No, for most users, they won't replace hybrids with multiple drivers, but for $40 to $50, these are really hard to beat. To be clear, I'm not getting carried away, but at this price point, I'm very impressed.

My only minor complaint is that they could use just a little more ... life. But that's probably due to being single driver.

The full package is pretty nice. The outer box is interesting, as it has a tear-off strip as if you were opening a microwavable meal. Inner box gives a nice presentation. Carrying case is very functional, and you get a very handy MMCX cable removal tool. The stock cable is a quality build and you get three sets of ear tips.

Great balanced sound & comfortable

These will mostly be used for live stage performances, which I haven't had a chance to try yet (I will update soon). I've never used an expensive "pro" level IEM, so I don't have that to compare to, but at the price of these and the sound quality, I feel like if you spent a grand more for IEMs, you'd probably only get about 5% improvement, but that's just a guess.

How do they sound? Impressively Great! A nice overall balance and not too present in the 2k area like my other IEMs at this price point. Open sound stage, clear separation in the instruments, and clear vocalsexactly what you'd want. I was listening to Bill Withers. I was live at Carnegie Hall, and I felt like I was on stage with Bill. I was also listening to Passwords by Dawes, and the sound blew away my AirPods Pros. I set my EQ setting to give a little bass boost. These have a nice tight bass, but for music listening I feel like there could be a little more and with a slight eq tweak that brought the bass up to where I like it.

How do they feel? Really comfortable. The ear tips are soft and feel good in my ear, and I like that the earbud itself is a little smaller than others I've used; it fits my ear better. They stay in my ear and block out all other sounds.

It comes with a nice, robust cable and carrying case to store your IEMs. I also love the MMCX attachment since it seems easier to find other accessories that fit that attachment.

I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a set of IEMs that won't break the bank.

Shane Cutting
Punching above it's weight!

As a person who has tested dozens of IEMs, it is not too often that I am surprised by budget-entry IEMs. These are the exceptions to the rule. Not only do they sound great, especially at the price point, but they come with an accessories package that rivals IEMs at twice the price. Simply put, if you are looking for a safe bet to enter the audiophile space; look no further!

The build quality of these IEMs is solid. The metal housing and cable provide a feeling of durability that is not seen in the sub-$100 category. Whether or not you like the sleeved cable provided will be a personal preference, but I found it to be far better than what is provided by most manufacturers. I do wish the wire management of the cable was better machined as it can be a little sharp around the edges, but this is a nitpick.

My only complaint is with the packaging and presentation. It is excessive at this price point. While it does add to the premium experience, I would rather have simpler packaging with more accessories (MMCX removal tool, extra ear tips, etc.

If you are looking for a sub-$100 set of IEMs; these should be on your shortlist. While not perfect, they get enough right to be a serious contender in the budget IEM bracket.

Amazing Quality! Excellent Sound, Decent Noise Cancelling

I have several pairs of earbuds, earphones, and speakers because I'm picky with sound. I don't buy the more expensive gear though since I can usually find something I love at a good price. This pair of headphones are my absolute favorite now. I wish I could have them wireless but I'll take them however I can get them with this quality! I listen to almost every genre of music and haven't found any songs that don't sound good with these. They are extraordinarily comfortable which is super important to me as my ears are sensitive and can't handle the hard buds whatsoever. What I wasn't expecting was the level of noise cancellation. I have two kids and a zoo of animals in this house along with tinnitus, so when I played music and heard not much else, I was in love. I HIGHLY recommend giving these a chance and hope they are as perfect of a fit for you as they are for me!!

Good basic In Ear Monitor

First these are not ear buds but in ear monitors. These are the things you see in singers ears while they are on stage. I don't sing, but I run sound and I use these to hear what the singers and band hear. This way I learn what they like and can do some of the fine tuning before practice to not eat up rehearsal time. I also use these to adjust the mix and to solo individual sounds.