Kindly sent in by Audio Dynamix for free, in return for an honest review, we have a prototype version of their first entry into the earphone market. the ADX Euphony earphones.(Receiving this product for free has had no effect on my overall opinion of the product).

Audio Dynamix is a company that is no stranger to the world of audio (The name makes that clear). Since it was founded in 2012, Audio Dynamix has released a range of portable Bluetooth speakers that have aimed to be just as good or in some cases better than speakers from the likes of Bose at a fraction of the price. Did it succeed? Well a lot of reviewers including me seem to say so. However amongst all the decent speakers, Audio Dynamix was releasing, it still hadn’t a pair of earphones to its name, well now that seems to be changing and just recently me and eight other people were contacted, asked to review a pair of final prototype before mass production earphones. I couldn’t say no as I really had been wondering for a while, when Audio Dynamix would finally release earphones, so testing these to see how they perform was a must for me, after all I love Audio Dynamix’s range of speakers, so I just had to see how well they could make a pair of earphones. These earphones being a prototype mean that they are subject to some changes of which I have been notified of, which I will detail in the review.

Technical Specifications:
1)Drivers: 10mm Bass + 6mm Treble, NbFeb Dynamic
2)Diaphragm: 6µ Mylar with conductive barrier
3)Driver Impedance: 16Ω ±15%
4)Sensitivity: 103db ±3db@1KHz, 1mW
5)Rated Power: 2mW RMS
6)Frequency Response: 8Hz ~ 23000Hz 7)Cable: PU coated, 99.9995% OFC with optional 5% silver plating, 120cm
8)TRS or TRRS, Anti-corrosive 24K gold-plated, Ø3.5mm

Design:

The most striking thing about the design of these earphones is that each earpiece can be detached from the cable, which means durability and the possibility of future cable upgrades, This has been done many times on over the head headphones, but I think this could be a first for in-ear earphones. The earphones actually come with two cables, a black one with an in-line microphone and a white one, with no in-line microphone. The cables provided have been designed with a twisted effect, which is new to my eyes as cables are usually straight tubular things or straight flat things. I have always preferred flat cables over tubular cables as they seem to make the earphones last longer, although the twisted effect on these earphones may actually improve the lifespan of tubular cables and it will be interesting to see how long these cables hold their own for.

The earpieces themselves have a round shaped aluminium riveted housing and when picking these things up it is easy to tell them apart from plastic earphones. I find it so easy to feel just how well-built these little earpieces are. Each earpiece has the ADX logo printed on diagonally, however in the final product the logo will be vertical instead. Due to the detachable nature of these earphones the left and right indicators are on the cable instead, it doesn’t matter which earpiece is plugged in to which side at all.

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In use:
When I first got these, I knew to expect greatness, because these earphones are after-all from the company who brought us the Pulse V4 wireless speaker. Boy was right, for expecting greatness, because these earphones really blow me away, every-time I use them. The audio produced by these is top-notch, it’s clear, crisp and packs a punch in all the right places. Belting out some good old Queen tracks on these into my ear lobes was amazing, in particular, the awesome Bohemian Rhapsody. Words were clear, each note was present as the music producer had hoped for and the level of bass has been set to nice comfortable level for in-ear listening. In use, these earphones have really managed to topple the likes of other in-ear earphones I have used and have quickly become my go-to pair when I’m not using over the head headphones. I just cannot get over the level of detail these little things can produce. I have used them on a PC and my HTC One M9 and they performed great on both, despite the different audio set-ups of each device.

Overall:

A unique pair of earphones that offer the ability to switch out cables and do cable upgrades essentially, this is a key part of the wonderful design of these earphones. As well as a brilliant design, they also deliver brilliant audio quality, with no compromises. Truly the best set of in-ear earphones I own and this has sent them straight to the top of my earphones to use pile. if there’s one thing I do hate about Audio Dynamix, it’s that they never give me a reason to complain and that means yet again it’s a full five out of five starts along with a Gold award.

As soon as these are available to but to the mass public, I will post a link here so you can check them out.

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