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Future Sonics Atrio m5 review

Techworld
25 May 2011
  • Summary: I was very impressed with the Atrio’s audio quality and especially its bass performance. If you’re a closet basshead or if you just appreciate visceral reproduction of lower frequencies, but you’ve been depriving yourself because you don’t want to sacrifice the bass detail and midrange and and high frequency performance of good canalphones, the Atrio could be your new favourite.
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Overall 9
9.0

Future Sonics Atrio m5 Professional Earphones (2010 version)

Macworld
24 May 2011
  • Excerpt: (1 items) Future Sonics has been around for 20 years, and the company’s founder was making custom in-ear-canal headphones for ten years before that, making Future Sonics one of the elder statesmen of the canalphone market. The company introduced the original universal-fit Atrio ( ; $199) in 2007, but recently released the upgraded Atrio m5 Professional Earphones ($200), which use the company’s newly-developed MG7 driver (miniature speaker).
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Overall 8
8.0

Future Sonics Atrio M5 Professional In-Ear Earphones

gadgetmac.com
14 November 2010
  • Excerpt: The Atrio M5 by Future Sonics may looks like a pair of in-ears straight from the future, at a time where earphones don't look as pretty and modern in some weird way, but the one thing these blue pair of curvy in-ears were designed for is sound. And boy oh boy do the Atrio M5 pack a punch of professional, studio quality sound.  Future Sonics may not be very known to most, but they are a brand that is well known in the musician and audiophile community.
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Future Sonics Atrio model m5 (Black) Professional Earphones

Testfreaks blog
5 December 2008
  • Summary: I love my music, you can ask anyone who sees me on GTalk, quite a bit of the time my status is the track that’s playing and if I’m not listening to music through my PC then it’s through an external source, I’m most always listening to something. Right now in fact I’m listening to my Zune while I type this, Rammstein – Rosenrot to be exact, but my tastes in music vary quite a bit and I like it to sound good, I hate bad sounding music, blah, just blah.
  • Pros: Amazing sound quality, Well made, Very comfortable
  • Cons: None really
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Future Sonics Atrio m5 Professional Earphones

MacWorld
7 October 2010
  • Excerpt: Future Sonics has been around for 20 years and the company’s founder was making custom in-ear-canal headphones for ten years before that, making Future Sonics one of the elder statesmen of the canalphone market. The company introduced the original universal-fit Atrio in 2007, but recently released the upgraded Atrio m5 Professional Earphones ($199), which use the company’s newly-developed MG7 driver (miniature speaker).
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Mobile Review
29 March 2011