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Fender FXA6 Review

When we first heard Fender was making in-ear monitors, we have to admit we were immensely curious; after all, the legendary guitar and amp company makes the most famous instruments and amplifiers on the planet! After doing some...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rev33 Review

To say that Rev33 is a "filter," although technically true, seems to us at WLM to be a dramatic understatement, as the little device is one of the best IEM accessories we’ve ever come across! In short, Rev33 is a passive device...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ultimate Ears Pro Reference Remastered Review

UE’s second collaboration with the legendary Capitol Studios, UE Pro Reference Remastered provide an incredibly detailed custom in-ear monitor designed to recreate an acoustically treated studio experience. Made for musicians, ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

UE 18+ Pro and UE Sound Tap Review

New to the UE Pro lineup this year, the Sound Tap is an innovative, game-changing personal monitoring DI that allows a musician to transform any sound source into a feed for in-ear monitors. Also new to the 2017 lineup is the ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Clear Tune Monitors CT-6E Review

Based in Orlando, FL, Clear Tune Monitors have one of the most diverse lineups of custom IEMs on the market. CT-6E sport 6 drivers per ear (1 high, 1 mid, 1 low mid, and dual low) and provide up to -26dB of noise isolation. Cle...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Westone AM Pro 20 Review

When using in-ear monitors on the church stage, how many times have you felt isolated and disconnected with the congregation because you’re unable to hear them through your headphones? The answer to your woes may just lie here ...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Alclair Versa Review

The Versa is the newest custom in-ear monitor from Alclair and designed to be an extremely affordable entry-level custom IEM. The Mineappolis-based company has quickly become one of our favorite IEM makers in the past couple ye...
 
 
 
 
 
 

UE Pro Line Drive Review

I’ll admit it, I was a bit skeptical when I heard about a buffer device for in-ear monitors that cost $149, but after one rehearsal with the Line Drive, my IEM experience will never be the same!
 
 
 
 
 
 

Alclair Crankmaster 5000 Review

When we first tested Alclair’s RSM Quad Custom IEM last year, we were blown away by the customer service, communication, and care put into each customer’s order, not to mention the outstanding sound quality! This month we got t...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ultimate Ears UE-7 Pro Custom IEM Review

The sound of the UE7s is wonderfully open and balanced. The highs are incredibly clear without being overly bright while the lows are powerful and punchy. The frequency range is quite balanced; the kick and bass don’t overpow...