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.
$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.
iFi attempts to substantially shrink down their preceding tank-like flagship portable DAC that on-the-go audiophiles, such as ourselves, have adored, but can it maintain the same acoustic excellence?
Fiio’s new M9 HiFi player attempts a sweet-spot middle-ground between size and audio prowess, and upgrades the preceding M7 in a few notable ways. This synopsis lays out its key usability details.
The BTR3 is the successor to our well-received BTR1. This slick concept of a super-compact HiFi Bluetooth receiver is made even slicker with a refined design and improved audio transmission. This Synopsis runs through the key details.
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?
Fiio isn’t holding off on getting its headphone line up to speed. The new FH5 ups the not too old F9 Pro flagship, focusing largely on audio improvements with an extra driver and acoustically-minded design.