Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Replacement

T-PEOS is introducing a new single BA + dynamic hybrid model, the H-100 II, to replace the original H-100. They are currently starting a pre-sale event over at Head-fi. Priced around US$92 with shipping included. If it is as good as the original H-100, then it should be quite a bargain.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

[Impression] S.M.S.L. sAp-4s and sAp-7

If you ever searched eBay trying to hunt down a desktop or portable headphone amp, chance are you already come across the brand ‘S.M.S.L.’ - a Chinese brand that has pumped out quite a few headphone amps over the years. Their Chinese name is actually quite interesting – “two wood three forest” (don’t ask me why as I don’t know either). The two models we are going to look at belong to their portable line-up.



Sunday, May 4, 2014

[REVIEW] T-PEOS H-100J and RICH200

The Korea based T-PEOS surprised the IEM world with their hybrid IEM a few years ago and still continues to push for more innovative design. As the name suggested, the H-100J is related to T-PEOS’s original flagship hybrid, the T-100. However, the T-100J isn’t meant to be a continuance but rather a rebalance, in order to appeal to those who do not like the V-shaped sound of the original T-100. The RICH200 on the other hand does meant to be a step up from the company’s first dynamic model D-200, but keeping the same high value-for-money factor.





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