ZMF's Classic

ZMF made its name in modification. First of the T50RP, which is one of the most commonly modified headphones in existence, they eventually made their move into wholly custom products. Although I haven't had the opportunity to hear those yet, I hope to in the future. But, I have had the time to listen, extensively I might add, to Zach Mehrbach's modification of the T50RP Mk III - the ZMF Classic. Having heard Cascadia Audio's Talos, a modification of the same headphone, this made for a great comparison.

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Audeze's iSine 10

Audeze sent me their iSine 10, knowing that I had independently reviewed the 20 in the past. Although I know that it has been emphasized to death, I really can't overstate that this innovation is the most magnitudinal that I've seen in the past 5 years in headphones, generally speaking. I mean, to take the technology and (arguably) the sound of a pair of full-size, orthodynamic headphones and cram them into a pair of portable, in-ear monitors is absurd, in the least. So let's get at it, then.

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Impressions: Audeze's iSine 10

The first review I ever wrote (well, posted, rather) was of my own personal set of iSine 20s. It's an odd feeling to now, almost six months later, be onto the 10s. But, major thanks to Audeze for sending these to me for review. As its been so long, and I did part with the 20s about a month back, I'll try to avoid too direct a comparison, since I don't have them in my possession.

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