I'm not going to lie. I’m a huge Beyerdynamic fan. I initially bought the DT 1770 Pro for studio use. But it sounded so damn good, that I now use it just as much for listening enjoyment as I do for recording. And when the Aventho Wireless came out, I thought it blew every other Bluetooth headphone in that price range out of the water. So, I was very curious...
The season of giving is just around the corner. And in the spirit of the holidays, we’d like to help share some of the best gift ideas for the music lover, audiophile, tech nerd in your life. So without further ado, here is the Audio46 Holiday Headphone Guide 2018.
I love the idea of true wireless earphones. But in reality, I’ve found very few that sound great or work reliably. That being said, RHA has rarely disappointed me, and I’ve been waiting for these buds with bated breath. Will we once again be blown away by RHA’s performance? Or will the TrueConnect let us down like the rest of the true wireless earphones we’ve tested in this price range? Let’s find out in this RHA TrueConnect Earphones Review.
This week, I was presented with the Fostex TH909. I’ve been a huge fan of the TH900mk2, so I was thrilled to get a chance to check out its new sibling. But was this open-back flagship as impressive? Today I’ll answer that question with this Bass Head Heaven – Fostex TH909 Review.
Planar magnetic headphones have caught on as some of the most aesthetically pleasing and accurate driver-types in the audiophile world. But I had usually only heard of them in the context of over-ear headphones. However, this week I got a chance to check out the RHA CL2 Planar in-ear headphones! They feature a 10 mm planar driver. But how do they sound? What is their sound signature like and is it worth the price of $899.99? Today, I’ll try to answer that question with this RHA CL2 Planar IEMs Review.
I finally tried an Empire IEM. Generally, I have an aversion to anything that has been hyped up. That’s why I still haven’t watched Schindler’s List. So, when everyone is telling me, “You have to try the Phantom!” I just didn’t want to do it. Furthermore, any IEM that costs over $1500 gets me mildly annoyed. But Jesus, these are good. Let’s find out why in this Empire Ears Phantom In-Ear Monitor Review.