Based on the technology behind their 3000 Series wireless microphones, Audio-Technica's new in-ear monitors aim to deliver professional quality performance at an affordable price.
Sennheiser's latest in-ear monitoring system promises a big leap in performance quality for up-and-coming bands and singer-songwriters.
Premium in-ear monitor makers reveal their most affordable earphones yet.
Audix buck the trend for using multiple drivers with new point-source in-ear dynamic design.
New IEM design combines multiple balanced armatures with a traditional dynamic driver.
If you thought earbuds were a compromise, think again...
Live sound tends to favour function over fidelity, but Canadian IEM experts 64 Audio place sound quality centre–stage.
Mackie enter the in-ear-monitor market with three models offering top-notch performance, comfort and durability at Mackie value-for-money pricing.
AirPods are essentially wireless versions of Apple’s wired EarPods. But how well do they work with music apps on an iPhone or iPad, specifically in terms of latency?
Audeze have managed to shrink their planar magnetic driver technology into a pair of in-ear monitors — with impressive results!
We put leading IEM specialists Etymotic Research’s new flagship design to the test.
Fender’s foray into the world of pro live sound continues, with these premium IEMs.
Whether you’re on a budget or have cash to splash, Audio-Technica’s new range of IEMs has something for you.
With Sennheiser’s pedigree in transducer design, it’s no surprise that their premium earbuds offer impressive performance.
You can’t buy these in-ear monitors in shops, as each pair is custom-made — but if you need outstanding comfort and noise rejection, the extra time and money might just be worth it!
If you’ve always thought in-ear stage monitoring was out of your league, maybe it’s time to think again...
Boasting two custom drivers, are Phonak’s new universal IEMs the best monitoring solution for mixing on the move?
Sony’s top-of-the-range dynamic in-ear monitors have a kind voice, with all the volume and extension you’ll need for stage use and on-the-move mixing.
Etymotic Research, leading makers of high-quality earphones, recommend their ER4S model for in-ear stage-monitoring use. We find out whether hearing is believing.
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