Empire Ears, the Atlanta, Georgia USA based earphone brand has officially introduced the Empire Ears MKII Lineup to the rest of the world, after soft-launching to a few select Asian markets.

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Audeze has announced Euclid, their first closed-back planar magnetic in-ear monitor.

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KEF has introduced the Mu3 Noise Cancelling True Wireless earphones. Designed by Ross Lovegrove and engineered by KEF’s UK acoustic team.

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LA-based audio brand Ausounds, which launched in the UK just last month, has released its latest earphone product, the AU-Stream Hybrid earbuds.

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Master & Dynamic is has partnered with Automobili Lamborghini on a collection of “sound tools” inspired by the design and materials of the iconic Italian super sports cars.

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FiiO is probably best known for their DAPs but they also produce in-ear monitors, they have just announced their latest pair of earbuds, the FiiO EM5.

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Audiosense, the earphone manufacturer, is known for its Balanced Armature IEMs, they use Knowles drivers and customise them. They have just launched their flagship AQ7 IEMs.

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Swiss sports brand On and Danish audio brand Bang & Olufsen join forces to create “the ultimate running kit”.

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The world’s most expensive earphones go on sale in the UK, exclusively through Audio Concierge.

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Danish brand Bang & Olufsen takes its first venture into sports with the announcement of the true wireless earphones Beoplay E8 Sport.

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Campfire Audio have launched Solaris, a new earphone that they say they have created by “mixing from our palate of audio technologies”.  Solaris is a hybrid design, blending balanced armature performance with the physicality of dynamic drivers. More »

Brainwavz has released its S0 IEM noise isolating earphones. The S0 IEM are the latest in the Brainwavz range of over 25 earphones and headphones. More »

Brainwavz, established in 2008 with a focus on offering ‘high quality products at a competitive price’, has announced its B400 Quad Balanced Armature Earphones in the UK. More »

Optoma, an international projector and audio brand, has expanded its range of Hi-Res certified in-ear headphones with the NuForce HEM Dynamic. The new model is available now in two colours (charcoal black or crystal white) and features a dynamic micro driver that produces “deep and explosive bass with balanced crystal clear highs”. More »

Wraps earphones, if you remember my article announcing their release at the end of last year, you will recall that these earbuds wrap around your wrist.

Wraps are an intriguing offering. You may already be aware that I am more a fan of over-ear type headphones than shoving something in my lug-holes. The thing is, when the weather gets warmer (it will happen, promise) and there is no longer a need for jackets, where do you put your cans?

For me, heading to a watch a gig, the last thing I want to be doing is carrying a bag for the sake of my headphones. This is where I fall back on earphones.

Earphones can be slipped in to jeans or other item of pocketed clothing.

That’s all well and good but T-shirts generally don’t have pockets and some jeans are decidedly skinny. What happens if you’re rocking up poolside in your Speedos or bikini?

Read the review over at GadgetyNews.com.


More famed for its Strats, Teles, Jazz and Precisions, now comes the Fender in-ear monitor range.

The American guitar cobbler is unleashing its first ever range of pro in-ear monitors (IEMs). I say “pro” as these aren’t meant to be straight replacements for those free earbuds you get with your iPhone – some Fender in-ear monitors could hit you up for around 500 bucks a pair.

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