Empire Ears Athena review – the goddess of Olympus

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Introduction

For those who aren’t familiar with the current “big players” in the international Custom In-Ear Monitor industry, the Athena is (at time of writing) the third placed model in the Empire Ears “Olympus” line of in-ear monitors, sporting 8 balanced armatures per side, a custom moulded acrylic shell and a pricetag north of $1000.

Empire Ears themselves are currently one of the big players in the CIEM field, having evolved from co-owner Jack Vang’s previous company Earwerkz to join with the hearing-aid manufacturing arm of the Vang family business (Savvitek) to take their production and design capabilities to the next level. They have a fairly large roster of stage musicians and other sound professionals on their books already, and are pretty well respected throughout the industry for the quality of their designs and the technical capabilities of their higher end models.

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https://audioprimate.blog/2018/01/04/empire-ears-athena-the-goddess-of-olympus/

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