plusSound Audio Exo Cable: Hollywood Boutique

plusSound Audio Exo Cable: Hollywood Boutique

A while ago, I bought some DIY cabling from Los Angeles-based plusSound Audio and loved the immediacy of their customer service. Being a native Angelino, I also wanted to support SoCal businesses as well, so I decided to check out their Exo series cable. Continue reading “plusSound Audio Exo Cable: Hollywood Boutique”

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BTG-Audio’s Sunrise Custom IEM Cable | Austere Professional

BTG-Audio’s Sunrise Custom IEM Cable | Austere Professional

A while ago, I bought a Sunrise CIEM cable from BTG-Audio. It sported no exotica, didn’t license anything from Ohno, and didn’t make any claims of enhancing the sound quality of a portable system, but yet it remains to this day one of the most impressive cables I own, especially when we consider that it’s essentially a cable made by one single person (well, with the help of a few machines). BTG-Audio is headed by one Brian Goto, a young fellow out of Northern California with an assiduous disposition and a forthcoming nature. He began the business providing re-cabling and modding services for headphone and IEM users; his willingness to perform what others are reluctant to do is what makes his brand stand out. BTG-Audio has also continued to innovate, by bringing out the only aftermarket FitEar cable (other than ALO Audio’s pricey SXC cable and FitEar’s own 00 cable) under $100, also with a sturdy overmold and two wire materials (copper and silver-plated copper), due this March. I’ve already put in a pre-order. Continue reading “BTG-Audio’s Sunrise Custom IEM Cable | Austere Professional”