Symphonium Audio Aurora - Redefining Music

With a burgeoning audio community in Singapore, Singapore-based IEM manufacturer Symphonium Audio took a leap in designing Aurora - a simple but fascinating IEM that satisfies the needs of audiophiles.


DISCLAIMER

This review is originally posted on Headphonesty. I purchased this pair of in-ear monitors (IEM) at full retail price. This is not a sponsored post, but an honest review written from a consumer’s point of view. Dollar to performance ratio is included below.


Introduction

Founded in early 2015, Symphonium Audio was born out of its founders’ frustration at the current offerings in the personal audio market. They noticed an unhealthy trend; most earphones were made to be cheap and low-quality, prompting frequent replacement.


Those which sounded amazing and had better quality would often cost a bomb, rendering them inaccessible for a portion of the community.


In 2017, after months of research and design, Symphonium audio bucked the trend by creating Aurora with premium quality parts and technology often found in high-end IEMs.


Symphonium Audio Aurora

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