Introduction

HiBy Music, or simply HiBy, is a Chinese audio brand established in 2011. It has made a lot of waves since because of an exceptional R&D team that has been awarded multiple patents, coming up with innovations galore, including its own Bluetooth codec and Android skin. HiBy OS is an extremely popular Android build for digital audio players (DAPs), and be sure to read our accompanying review of the HiBy R5 (Gen 2) DAP for more on how it works as a standalone music player. Then there’s the HiBy Music app that has been used by other brands to good effect too, further cementing HiBy’s stance as a technology powerhouse. So when HiFiGo reached out about a combo review of the DAP and new set of IEMs from HiBy, how could I refuse?

android, hiby lasya in-ear monitors review - carbon nanotube dynamics!
Admittedly, I was more intrigued by the DAP since IEMs are lately churning out in massive numbers from Asia. But I was also curious about what sort of IEMs a brand way more involved in tech features exactly puts out. The new HiBy Lasya joins a crowded market of single dynamic driver IEMs and comes in three color options to immediately distinguish it from others. It employs a resin shell given a clear ergonomic fit and claims the use of novel carbon nanotubes combined with a tuning that appeals to lovers of female vocals in particular. Thanks to HiBy for providing a review sample to TechPowerUp through HiFiGo as we aim to find out how the Lasya performs overall in our review that begins with a look at the product specifications in the table below.

Specifications

HiBy Lasya In-Ear Monitors
Shell: CIEM-style resin shells in three color options
Cable: High-purity OCC copper cable in a 4x30x0.05 mm wire configuration
Driver Units: 10 mm dynamic driver with CNT diaphragm
Frequency Response: 20 Hz–20 kHz
Sensitivity: 108 +/-1 dB/mW @1 kHz
Impedance: 32 Ω +/-15%
Cable Connectors: 3.5 mm TRS or 4.4 mm TRRS plug to source + two Pentaconn Ear plugs to IEMs
Cable Length: 4 ft/1.2 m
Warranty: One year

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