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    Symphonium HeliosSymphonium Helios

    Symphonium Helios

    SYMPHONIUM X SUBTONIC"Representing a generational leap for us, Helios was designed to disprove the stereotypes associated with multi-driver balanced armature earphones. Utilising newly developed technologies, our balanced armature subwoofers produce exceptionally clean sub-bass punch that hits hard, yet does not colour vocal presentation. Tuned for a smooth and detailed midrange, the Helios also features class-leading treble extension that pushes the limits of what balanced armature tweeters are capable of. We combined the best features of different monitors into a single product. Powered by an integrated 4-Way crossover, the Helios is sure to impress with its dynamism and vigour. We never fail to push the limits." —Symphonium Audio    


    Our Price | $1,399

    Symphonium Mirage
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    Symphonium Mirage

    Red and white is the background story, like colours of our national flag flown high. Mirage is the entry level #inearmonitor from homegrown Symphonium Audio, tuned for keeping vocals rich, lush, undistracted housed in a neat black shell that fits most ears perfectly. Test it alongside the Aurora for perspective and you can easily tell which camp you belong to: Camp Midrange Maximum (A) or Camp Instruments Galore (B). You may discover a similar experience can be found in hearing the more familiar Shure SE215 with the SE535 because it's already great to explore, but return to base where home is. Proudly Singaporean. === / Photography by Zepp Crew===


    Our Price | $179

    Symphonium Aurora

    Symphonium Aurora

    Local born does not always mean kaya+toast. Symphonium Audio founders came to us to test how far #supportlocal goes in 2018, and we heard it and we liked what they were doing. Ergonomically one of the best-designed shells available, the Symphoniums fit almost every ear. These audiophile founders turned something they love and created Aurora, and it sits easy as one of the top choices for just under three hundred bucks. Not overly bright, effortless to drive, it's plug and play through phone or DAP. Zepp recommends this if you enjoy listening out to the instruments and layers rather than having them overly blurred out in the background like a bokeh F1.4 when you should be looking at aperture F8.0. We shot in aperture setting F1.4, in hope of relating to the text. If undistracted vocals is your preference, have a look at Mirage.    ===/ Photography by Zepp Crew


    Our Price | $269