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CatEar Audio Mia Review Roundup

CatEar Audio Mia Review Roundup

Just a few months back CatEar Audio released their first pair of high-fidelity In-ear monitors, the CatEar Mia. Priced at just 99.99$, It is a budget-friendly pair of well-crafted premium in-ear monitors with a custom-tuned micro-dynamic driver unit that delivers outstanding sonic performance. The driver, cable, and connectors are all treated with a three-stage -196℃ Cryogenic treatment to ensure the best quality. Ever since its release, the pair has garnered a lot of praises from all of its users all around the globe. Today we are going to share what famous bloggers have to say about the CatEar Audio Mia.

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About CatEar Audio:-

CatEar Audio is a sub-brand from Shunshi(Shenzhen) Technology Co., Ltd.. It was registered as a sub-brand under Shunshi Technology Co., Ltd. in 2019 with three products in development including the CatEar Mia. The brand aims towards researching and developing high-quality in-ear monitors and other gears. The brand has a professional team specializing in acoustic structure design, sound tuning, and audiophile-grade wire tuning. They aim to deliver high-fidelity audio gears with lifelike, detailed sound clarity. You can check out more details about their first pair of high-fidelity IEMs, the CatEar Mia here.

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Here’s how the reviewers think about the CatEar Mia:-

Audiofool reviews:-

Overall, the Mia is a surprisingly mature tuning for a freshman product and suggests that most of the players involved had experience in audio long before they began Cat Ear Audio. The Mia Offers a lot for those who like a single dynamic driver in-ear and some tuning filters that let others enjoy the boom too.

Check out their full review here.


I’m impressed with how wide a soundstage that it creates despite having a good amount of bass. However, the tuning of the Mia is quite interesting, and I can understand why it would be an ideal tuning for certain genres of music. I would have wanted the drivers to have a slightly more immediate bass impact, but overall detail retrieval, imaging, and soundstage are quite impressive for the price point.

Check out their complete review here.


The Cat Ear Mia has a warm bass rise with a slightly recessed mid-range and a forward-focused upper mid-range, and a relaxed and soft treble, while actually extending decently across the upper treble range. These actually have a more pleasant and warm-bodied sound signature that doesn't have shrilling highs and thunderous muddy bass. The treble range is relaxed, mostly smooth, but actually extends nicely enough for something under $100. I found this presentation very warm and soothing, while still bringing out a decent amount of detail and quality.

Check out their complete review here.


The IEM's bodies are compact. They are made in the shape of a barrel with straight nozzles. Small diameter allows them to fit comfortably in any ears given that they can be worn both straight and over-ear way. The bodies are precisely milled aluminum of black color with red insertions. The sound is without sharp accents and tends to be slightly warm and thick. As the manufacturer says, “Experience sound of nature”. And really, they sound very natural. Warm, involving, weighty, emotional, with dominating mids, good support in the bass, and not annoying highs. Macro details and overall level of details add up to the whole picture and bring additional emotions. The headphones are very interesting, with their own vision and presentation. They pay much attention to emotions and transmit them well. This makes the great all-rounder.

Read their full review here.

Youtube Reviews:-

iiWi Reviews:-

The pair has a slight boomy bass with a warmer tonality. Mid-frequencies have a slight emphasis on the upper mids presenting a bright signature that is pretty smooth, it is neither harsh nor sharp. The Treble portion is well-detailed and sweet sounding. For their price, they are offering a really decent sound quality output.

Check out their complete review here.

MundoHiFi OZ:-

The sound of this pair is very engaging with deeply extended quality bass. The bass is the best part of the sound with an elevated mid-bass which gives a very good texture and punchy tones. Mids are slightly recessed, instruments sound lively. The level of detailing is good, instrument separation is above average with a very big soundstage. I can easily say the Mia has the widest soundstage around the 100$ price segment. The Treble portion is well-extended without any harsh peaks enabling a smooth output for long listening sessions.

Watch their complete video review here.

The CatEar Audio might be a new name in the industry, but their debut IEM the Mia has made them famous. Everyone praises Mia to be one of the best sounding pair of in-ear monitors under the 100$ price segment. You can check out more details about the Cat Ear Mia at our store page here.

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