Strauss and Wagner SW-TW401 Review - Best Budget True Wireless for Bass

Strauss and Wagner SW-TW401 Review - Best Budget True Wireless for Bass

The SW-TW401 are Strauss & Wagner’s entrance into the true wireless battle royale. They go for a pretty interesting price of 59.95, where we don’t see a lot of competition. I’ve got them here with me today, and I’m eager to give 'em a shot. Let’s see how these wireless buds measure up. Unboxing The packaging is plain and its contents are simple. The buds come in their pill shaped...

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Sennheiser PXC 550-II  Review

Sennheiser PXC 550-II Review

Everybody wants somes true wireless noise cancelling headphones these days. And being located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, we at Audio46 get plenty of customers looking to block out some noise from their daily commute.  Sony, Bose and Sennheiser each make quality active noise cancelling, true wireless headphones between the $300-$400 mark. Today we'll be taking an in depth look at the PXC 550-II from Sennheiser, priced at $349.95.  Sennheiser PXC...

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Getting Real with the Meze Rai Solo Review

Getting Real with the Meze Rai Solo Review

The Meze Rai Penta already lives near the top on my list of favorite IEM’s. The Solo is its single-driver sibling with a humbler pricetag. Meze has put clear consideration into the craft of all of their products in the past. Does the Solo live up to its surname?

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Bluetooth 4.2 vs Bluetooth 5 Sound Quality

Bluetooth 4.2 vs Bluetooth 5 Sound Quality

In the audiophile world, the question of sound quality between wired headphones and wireless ones used to be a no-brainer: the wire sounds better! And I'm sure there are audiophiles out there who will take that creed to their graves.  But true wireless is here to stay. Headphone jacks are a thing of the past, and companies like Sony and Sennheiser continue to raise the bar for true-wireless with each new release.  This is partially...

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The Audio-Technica ATR2500x-USB is a Mic Worth Streaming About

The Audio-Technica ATR2500x-USB is a Mic Worth Streaming About

The Audio-Technica ATR2500x-USB now constitutes the newest member of the Japanese audio giant’s ATR series microphones. It's an all-in-one tool for podcasters, gamers, and streamers. But taking a look at this enticing new mic, one question remains: can the quality live up to its price tag?

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FiiO M11 Pro Review

FiiO M11 Pro Review

Released soon after FiiO's standard M11, the M11 Pro features several upgrades over its non-Pro predecessor. An updated DAC chipset, twice the memory, and to top it all off... MQA support. But does the increase in quality match the increase in price? Reviewing FiiO M11 Pro Specs Those familiar with the M11 will find many of the specs the same, with a few key differences:  The M11 Pro uses the same Exynos...

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