2022 June Linsoul Earphones Reviews

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 THIEAUDIO Elixir

 

"For the most part, the Elixir are a success, capturing the cohesiveness and smooth presentation that better single dynamic driver IEMs can produce."

 

By Trav Wilson

                                                                                    >>Click for the full review 

Xenns Mangird Tea2

 

"The Xenns Mangird Tea2 IEM is a bass and midrange-focused IEM. At $349, it sits at the beginning of the ultra-competitive space of mid-tier IEMs.

Price to performance ratio is ever so important within this realm and on-lookers tend to fish for that one “all-rounder IEM” to pull them into the rabbit hole of the audiophile world. If you fancy a musically engaging IEM with very good value, then this will definitely pull you in – and in you shall go."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              By Joshua

                                                                                    >>Click for the full review

RAPTGO HOOK-X

 

"The Raptgo Hook-X is a refreshing new addition to the existing and rapidly growing planar magnetic IEM category. Not only does it sound good but it shows the makers have a certain flair for original and interesting physical designs.

Hook-X is a sweet blend of musicality and technical agility. It’s good enough to secure a place as one of the best planar magnetic IEMs in its price range "

                                                                                                     By David Becker

                                                                                    >>Click for the full review 

Tripowin Leá

 

"In general, I would take the Tripowin Leá over the KZ EDA, although it's closer than you would think—the Leá wins purely because of its simple, effective tuning. "

 

                                                                                                     By VSG

                                                                                    >>Click for the full review

TINHIFI P1 MAX

 

"If you like clean and calm tones, you will enjoy the P1 MAX neutral tuning. The sound stage is wide and evenly spaced out with a lot of depth and height, which lets you hear micro-details in the audio you normally can't pick up with dynamic drivers. Because the bass and treble are not overdone, the listening experience is more relaxing. "

 

                                                                                                    By Noel Palacios

                                                                                    >>Click for the full review

 

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