About Audioprimate

Audioprimate is a group of UK-based HeadFi enthusiasts with varying backgrounds. This post gives a brief introduction to the crew here and what you can expect going forward. I'm Glassmonkey, you may know me for throwing zany youtube videos into reviews on HeadFi. Maybe you've asked me questions on HeadFi or I've told you to... Continue Reading →

Featured post

Ambient Acoustics – 24 types of madness

Intro Ambient Acoustics was set up in 2009 in the Ukraine, primarily to service the professional audio and hearing aid markets. They started getting a little notice in audiophile circles a few years ago with their LAM serious of tuneable switch models, and it’s fair to say they are a brand that is now starting... Continue Reading →

Unique Melody MEST Mk II – the bone conductor’s revenge

Acknowledgement I purchased the MEST Mk 2 from Andrew at MusicTeck USA at full retail price (RRP was $1499 at time of purchase), with the intention of reviewing them. No input has been sought or received from MusicTeck or Unique Melody with regards to the content of this review - the opinions expressed below (however... Continue Reading →

Unique Melody MEST Mk I vs Mk II comparison – improving on perfection

Acknowledgement I purchased the MEST Mk 2 from Andrew and MusicTeck USA at full retail price, with the intention of reviewing them. No input has been sought or received from MusicTeck or Unique Melody with regards to the content of this review - the opinions expressed below (however ill informed) are 100% my own. Many... Continue Reading →

Unique Melody MEST – the bone conductor

Acknowledgement I would like to thank Andrew at MusicTeck in the US for the opportunity to purchase the MEST at a slight discount for the purposes of this review. No input was sought or given regarding the content of the review, so all the words and opinions below are 100% my own. Introduction Every so... Continue Reading →

Itsfit Labs Fusion – magnetostatic mayhem

IntroductionItsfit are a Vietnamese company, based in the capital city Hanoi. It was founded in 2016, growing out of a small sound and audio components laboratory into the custom IEM manufacturer it is today. They specialise in custom IEMs, earning a good reputation as a resheller of other manufacturer's IEMs into CIEM form and more... Continue Reading →

oBravo Ra 21 C

Acknowledgements The oBravo Ra21-C were loaned to me for a few days by the UK distributor (Phil Wannell at Audio Concierge), in order to provide some listener feedback on the updated tuning. No review was solicited (or expected - thanks Phil), and the impressions given below are entirely my own. Introduction oBravo are a Taiwanese... Continue Reading →

Campfire Audio Solaris 2020 – the sun rises again

Acknowledgement I would like to thank Ken Ball, Caleb Rosenau and the team at Campfire Audio for giving me the opportunity to hear their new Solaris 2020 model. The unit was provided free of charge for the purpose of review. The opinions stated here (however misguided!) are 100% my own, and no incentive was provided... Continue Reading →

Testing my hearing using audiocheck.net

There is a great website out there called audiocheck.net, and since I've used this before to test my hearing, I thought I'd share my test results conducted today while waiting for the Cayin N6ii to get sufficient charge for finishing my review of the AME Custom Radioso. All tests were done with the AME Custom... Continue Reading →

Website Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

DIY-Audio-Heaven

Enjoy music through headphones on a low budget

Headphones n' Stuff

Gear For Your Ears

Rachel's Reviews

Rottentomatoes Certified Critic. Reviews of the latest movies especially animation as well as classic reviews, family movie night picks and more

ngoshawk sounds

Portable audio reviews

HeadMania

Audiophile and proud

Twister6 Reviews

Twister6 Audio Gear Reviews

Audio123 Reviews

Reviews on IEM, Earbud, Cable, DAC/AMP, DAP

soundstory

my story of the sounds that i hear

wauwatosa tube factory

tubes for the noobs in us all

%d bloggers like this: