IEMs or in ear monitors are getting better and more capable day by day resulting in the Kiwi Ears Cadenza which uses a 10mm Beryllium Diaphragm driver.. In terms of musicality and bass, I don’t think I’ve ever heard anything better for under $50. To make a long story short, I’m currently listening to Kiwi Ears Cadenza, an ear-pleasing Etymotic er.
It’s amazing how similar their tone is to 3-digit-tuned iems. Cadenza’s music is so undistracting that I can listen to them for hours without becoming tired. The low end is noticeable, but it doesn’t overpower the vocals or the instruments in the midrange. The sound isn’t as crisp as it would be with higher-end in-ear monitors, but it’s still well-balanced enough to satisfy most people.
Some things should be remembered after the first surfical listen. Such as Kiwi Ears Cadenza’s stage’s averageness. And just a touch of metallic tint. All of that doesn’t matter, though, when you hear a jewel like this, which will be remade later with its other stock tips and cables. The fact that it sounds like its older sibling, the Orchestra, is what ultimately won us over, though. https://mobileaudiophile.com/kiwi-ears-orchestra-review/
Kiwi Ears Cadenza sounds like https://www.linsoul.com/products/kiwi-ears-orchestra with a budget minded price. I thank Linsoul providing the sample. As always, the evaluation will be objective, comprehensive, and precise.