Elysian Acoustic Labs Pilgrim review: Nothing short of magnificent

Elysian Acoustic Labs has a halo status in the enthusiast audio segment, and for good reason; the brand consistently delivers standout designs with exquisite sound quality. So when Elysian Acoustic Labs announced it was making IEMs that will retail for under $500, there was considerable interest. The brand’s products cost five times as much, and its most affordable IEMs until now was the $1,699 Diva.

That’s changing with the introduction of the Pilgrim. The IEMs retain Elysian Labs’ fanatical attention to detail and build quality, and they’re easily one of the more distinctive IEMs you’ll see in this segment. But what you’ll like the most is the pricing; the Pilgrim is available for $399 at audio retailers like HiFiGo, and that is a terrific value.

(Image credit: Harish Jonnalagadda / Android Central)

The design in particular is where the Pilgrim stands out considerably from the rest of the pack, so that’s a good starting point. Most IEMs in this segment use resin-based shells, but the Pilgrim is made out of machined aluminum, and the sound nozzle is constructed out of stainless steel.

Elysian Acoustic Labs Pilgrim IEM review

(Image credit: Harish Jonnalagadda / Android Central)

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