The Philips’ guy is always so nice and he’s always smiling. This year he brought the Fidelio X2 and L2.
Unfortunately the X1 wasn’t there so no one could compare them to eachother. Major disappointment. The X2 however was very popular, no wonder as it sounds really good. Review soon!
Of course the famous company that built the Phonitor couldn’t stay away and their setups were impressive to say the least
Last year the girls from RHA presented the MA600 and MA750. The 600 wasn’t the best but the 750 was quite good, especially for the price. Now they’re back with the T10. Their latest IEM works with replaceable filter (bass – reference – treble).
I listened to all of them and my preference goes to the Reference Filter. This is one to look out for!
Felix and his team are great and they are always fun to hang out with. This year they came to the show with a new monitor: the Stage 5
We will of course be reviewing this later, I “only” listened to the demo version but I fell in love with it already.
I told them they could design whatever they want and I can’t wait to see the result. Who knows it just might be a leaf skeleton like we’ve seen before with Cosmic Ears
Also a very popular booth. Sennheiser was showing 3 versions of the Momentums: The over ear, the on ear and the in ear
I listened to the inear for a while and I have to say it was another great sounding IEM (like the DX160 and T10)
Alien stuff on the next page