With some companies, it feels like they are just constantly pumping out new products but then you have other companies who focus on a smaller niche and take their time with upcoming products. Antlion Audio without a doubt falls into that second category. Antlion Audio reached out about a product they were testing back at the start of the pandemic and they had already been working on it for a long time to have prototypes but they sent one over just to get some feedback on. While spring of 2020 feels like its only been a year, a REALLY long year its been a lot longer than that and in that time they have been battling to get things perfect in their eyes and today is finally the day that they are introducing their new product which they call Kimura. Kimura is a new microphone setup combined with an in-ear monitor. They aren’t the first to do it, but as they did with the ModMic they are hoping to show what can really be done. So today I’m going to check out the Kimura Duo which comes with two in-ear monitors and we are going to see what they are all about and then put them to the test so let’s dive in!

Product Name: Antlion Audio Kimura Duo

Review Sample Provided by: Antlion Audio

Written by: Wes Compton

Amazon Affiliate Link: HERE



Kimura Microphone Cable Microphone Pattern


Frequency Response

100Hz - 10kHz


-42±3 dB


2.2(Max) kΩ

S/N Ratio

60(Min) dB

Maximum Input Sound Pressure Level

115(Max) dB

Standard Operating Voltage

2.0 Vdc

Operating Voltage Range

1.0~10 Vdc

Kimura Duo IEM


One Dynamic Driver

One Balanced Armature





Frequency Response Range





What’s in the Box

One Kimura Microphone Cable (MMCX)

One Pair of Kimura Duo IEMs

One set of memory foam eartips

Small, medium, & large silicone eartips

One shirt clip

Antlion Audio Y Adapter

Hard shell carrying case

Instruction manual

Hardware Compatibility

Works with all PC Operating Systems. Laptops & Gaming Consoles may require the included Y adapter.


2 years


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