ø8mm Dynamic Driver


The massive success of ROCK Zircon has driven numerous brands to make imitations, aiming to steal some of Zircon's fame to themselves. RAXFLY are one of these brands. What I've got to say is RAXFLY failed to nail both the build quality and the sound quality of the mighty Zircon. The bass is strong, but nowhere near as spacious and immersive as the Zircon offer. The highs are loud, but not as bright and clear as Zircon's highs. The mids are more muffled and in the background in comparison.

That's not to say that RAXFLY L5 are bad earphones. Actually, they're quite excellent for their super-cheap price. But if you're trying to imitate something, you should put more effort than that.


  • A very decent sound quality for the very small price.
  • Excellent housings (obviously).
  • You get an excellent case as a bonus.


  • It's just a cheap imitation after all: mediocre sound quality and a cheap generic build quality.
  • Comes in the case itself instead of an actual retail box.

Package & Accessories

Ear Tips - Single-Flange:

S+M+L, grey (translucent), ø4mm white bores


Black + red, rectangular, branded

Build & Materials


Ceramic + plastic (glossy), ø5mm nozzles, rigid strain reliefs


Metal, single-button


Metal, no strain reliefs


TPE, 117cm, semi-soft, bent


Metal, straight, short, soft strain relief

Comfort & Fit

The included ear tips are quite rare and do an excellent job keeping those earphones inside your ears. These ear tips are not of the same quality as those that are included with ROCK Zircon, but they are great nonetheless.

Lows / Bass

The bass is powerful, but also sounds brightened-out by the quite harsh and darkish highs. There's something imprecise about these lows. They don't sound as impactful as they should, and aren't so deep.

Mids / Vocals

The mids are mediocre, sound somewhat pushed back and slightly sibilant as a result of upfront highs. They are OK, but nothing too impressive.

Highs / Treble

The highs are loud and slightly harsh. There's a darkish tone to them which makes them somewhat unnatural. It sounds as if the highs are so exaggerated that they sound too close to your ears.

Frequency Response

Published on 2016-09-08 18:51:47 (GMT)