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.
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.
$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.
Not many headphone makers are on their third-gen true wireless earbud. Does Optoma’s experience equate to a stellar option in the affordable segment?
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless are mostly touted as the best sounding truly wireless earbuds on the market, but how much weight should one put on that? This Synopsis lays it out.
Optoma’s latest NuForce wireless earbud, the BE Live2, targets value. They’re one of the slickest-looking and most solidly functioning offerings we’ve seen at $50. This synopsis runs through the comprehensive need-to-know.
The relatively new, UK-based audio company, RHA, leapfrogs the high-end portable headphone competition with the first ever planar magnetic driver, closed earphones. Does the CL2’s sound hold up with its impression?
The Ascent Charge+ takes Rowkin’s tiny true wireless earbud design up a notch, with improvements in build and features (such as wireless charging support) across the board. But does it perform where it counts?