Apart from true wireless earphones, VGP multi-award winner AVIOT also sells normal wireless earphones. Here on review is the WE-D01c, available in Singapore at an affordable retail price of S$109. Design and Function The WE-D01c is made of machined aluminium body to minimise resonance within…

I received an email from Sudio Sweden last week for another review opportunity of their latest True Wireless Stereo earbuds, Sudio Tolv. It was exactly a year ago that they approached me to review the Sudio Niva. Since the review, my wife had been using…

Here is a review of another TWS (true wireless stereo) Earphones from a new audio brand, ThatAudioCo, shortened as TAC. No company details are available, and the domain website is not accessible, but the Facebook Page is running and it has a rather inspiring promo…

After reviewing the Shure SE846 at the Stereo The Headphone Concept Store Westgate outlet, I turned my attention to the KSE1200. This is a unique earphone system that uses electrostatic drivers, the most expensive type of audio drivers for headphones. They are usually bulky because…

Last week, Shure invited me to audition 2 of their premium earphones, the SE846 and the KSE1200, at the Stereo The Headphone Concept Store Westgate outlet. While this was a special invite, anyone can walk into the Stereo Store, sit down and test any audio…

X-mini is a Singapore brand founded in 2006, and has been focused on mini-portable speakers, winning numerous awards. This year, X-mini expanded its product range to include 2 new audio product lines – X-mini Liberty XOUNDPODS true wireless earphones, and X-mini XOUNDBUDS earphones (wired and…

This year has been a bumper year for neckband headphones. It really took a long time for the industry to realise the advantages of such design. Sony is one of the early adopters, releasing several neckband headphones like the Sony SBH-80, Sony SBH-70, Sony EX750BT,…