"I can’t recommend the Audeze Euclid enough. They might just replace your entire headphone collection." Read More
"The Audeze CRBN is a sublime and gorgeous-sounding electrostatic headphone but also one that does not play by the electrostatic norms. A few e-stat cans have tried failed before to get that bass rumbling and remain a coherent listening experience, the CRBN is not one of those failures, not by a long shot, it sounds powerful yet very coherent at the same time." Read More
"The Euclid sound is detailed and spacious, yet they maintain a relaxed and easy-to-listen-to presentation. Sheer dynamics are a bit soft, and they don’t quite portray that limitless high-end or soul-pounding bass that other high-end IEMs can deliver. With their price tag in mind, they aren’t perfect, but they are very, very good. And, without a doubt, the Euclid are profoundly Audeze" Read More
"That said, I feel the real story about these is how Audeze imported the “live” energetic performance, soundstage and resolving capabilities of their big LCD headphones into a pair of IEMs." Read More
"I suppose the biggest compliment I can give the Audeze Euclid is that I forgot these were closed-back IEMs soon into my listening experience. I know it is careful tuning and driver selection/manufacturing, which the brand has worked on getting done in-house for further control, but it might as well be magic in how precise the imaging is and how wide the soundstage gets."
"The Audeze Euclid defines the new era of planar magnetic in-ear monitors – a breed which offer outstanding resolution, responsiveness and coherency. While there are a few directions I would have liked the Euclid’s tuning to have taken (a subtle sub-bass lift and uptick of higher frequencies) – there is no denying its laidback but highly resolute sound are a dream for reference lovers. The build quality and design are also fantastic and aluminum should be a material more manufacturers should consider owing to its lightweight properties. The Audeze Euclid will be taking a seat in our list of highly recommended IEMs
and I do look forward to see what the California-based audio brand has next up their sleeves."
"The newest addition to Audeze's in-ear monitor line miniaturized the California brand's patented planar-magnetic sound straight to your ear canal. We are doing an unboxing and review of these IEM's to share with you everything they have to offer." Read More
"If you like the typical planar magnetic driver sound and dig a neutral and technically strong tuning with a musical delivery (who doesn’t?), then the Audeze Euclid certainly is an IEM to audition. I’m a fan of the previous IEMs Audeze has produced, and I am adding this one to that list. Before I listened to the Euclid, the price tag seemed a bit high to me but after multiple weeks of listening I can only conclude that the Euclid easily has the sound quality needed to defend this price tag. Audeze has delivered yet another high end, top quality IEM. I for one, look forward to see what they come up with next."
"At the higher end, my current favorite in-ears are from the premium audio brand Audeze. The company's Euclid buds ($1,299)
are among the most astonishing in-ears I've ever tested, thanks to their custom planar magnetic drivers. I've never heard bass this good from in-ear headphones, and the overall detail in the sound is nothing short of shocking. "
"Before I listened to the Euclid, the price tag seemed a bit high to me but after multiple weeks of listening I can only conclude that the Euclid easily has the sound quality needed to defend this price tag. Audeze has delivered yet another high end, top quality IEM. I for one, look forward to see what they come up with next." Read More
"The Audeze Euclid is a great first offering from Audeze in the realm of closed-back planar-magnetic IEMs. It features the ability to perform at the level of my full-size open back planars despite being a fraction of the sizeand is able to accurately replicate a wide soundstage. A decade on, and despite venturing into a completely new field and application. Audeze’s Euclid proves that they are still one of the ‘greats’ of the industry. Packing engineering innovation and the execution to pull it off the Euclid offers the versatility of owning a single product that is small and portable in size, adaptable thanks to its MMCX platform, and closed back for isolation, but with a world-class soundstage. I would like to see Audeze continue to develop this platform to where we may one day get an IEM with more low-frequency range reproduction. But for now, it’s a hell of a start. Read More
"There’s no denying the audio quality of the Audeze Euclid—these earphones sound excellent. Read More