Dunu’s new Luna high-end earphones have caught the attention of many demanding portable audiophiles. There aren’t many Beryllium-driven in-ear monitors, especially to this caliber. Here are the key, straightforward points.
Chi-Fi is finding how to bring value into all our audiophile desires, and the Shuoer Tape earphone is that for the high-end world of electrostatic drivers. This synopsis breaks down the key takeaways.
Audioquest’s Dragonfly Cobalt update is the best sounding DAC/amp in dongle form, but can it stand with larger, battery-powered options? This synopsis gets to the point.
Wireless earphones are a dime a dozen these days, but not so much those that manage LDAC, ANC, and even planar magnetic drivers all in one package. This synopsis sums up the AU-Flex experience.
The brand Focal really only has meaning to those serious about headphones, and as such, its strikingly beautiful and expensive closed-back dubbed Stellia meant to stand with its lineup is a tall order. We get straight to the point of this investment.
The Fiio M6 is impressively petite for its feature-set, which also maximizes its DAC/amp stacking usefulness. But is it a good budget audio player in its own right?
Most know Sony for its mainstream devices, but the company has long been a hard-hitter in the HiFi market, and it’s been long overdue for a current top-of-the-line earphone.
Like done to the HD 800, Sennheiser tweaked its flagship IE 800 earphone with a model “S” which might as well stand for “Sidegrade”. Are an aesthetics over-haul and evened frequency response enough to bring it to greatness? We break it down.
Portable chargers are a dime a dozen, but not many as convenient, tidy, and practical as the iWALK Secretary+. This synopsis assesses how well its idea is executed.
$200 for a top-rated open-back headphone is hard to believe. We take a look at the highly popular, Massdrop-supported HD 6XX and get straight to its key points.