2022 May Linsoul Earphones Reviews
By Riccardo Robecchi
"Despite the similar form of the 7Hz Eternal to the 7Hz Timeless, the tuning of both monitors is completely different. One thing’s for sure though; it is refreshing to get a mid-centric monitor in the abundance of V-shaped IEMs in the $200-$250 market.
There are a lot of single dynamic driver monitors in this price range, and to be honest, the Eternal does stand out with its tuning. Bass is not its forte, but instead, it is more focused on the midrange. The timbre is pretty natural and rich, perfect for audiophiles who like a thicker midrange.
It would also do well with veteran audiophiles looking for a different flavor with their listening sessions. For audiophiles looking to side-grade with a more mid-centric tuning, this might be the pair for you."
"The Elixir is a great value and for a price just slightly above the popular Moondrop single-dynamic drivers, I see this as a step up in resolution and technical performance, while also having a clearly good tonal balance that is perhaps a little more referencey than the Moondrop KXXS, Kanas, Kato, etc. It's not quite as warm, but instead gives you more punch and better depth and layering. "
"The Tripowin X HBB Olina is a good contender in the $100 price bracket. It has class-leading technical performance, especially in soundstage dimensions. Furthermore, Olina’s build quality and accessories add to its value. Anyone looking for a high-fidelity entry-level IEM should definitely check this one out."
By David Becker
"For a four hundred dollar IEM made by one person, the Mjolnir MKII is incredibly impressive. Soundwise it is a pleasure to listen to, with exceptional bass and treble response that will tonally soothe anyone listening. Its artistry and comfortability are also rock-solid, leaving you able to use the MKII for long hours without fatigue. Comparisons to other brands will come with its notoriety, but for now, I think the Mjolnir MKII houses a fine listening experience worth checking out."