LATEST ADDITIONS

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Jul 03, 2015 2 comments

First turn on...no smoke...phew!

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Sean Sabino Posted: Jul 02, 2015 5 comments

Lotoo takes pre-orders on the PAW 5000 music player.
Quincy Jones and AKG collaborate yet again on the new N90Q.
Beatport announces a new embeddable streaming service .
Headroom converts an old Airstream trailer into a mobile headphone store.

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Jul 01, 2015 15 comments

Personal audio was born with the Walkman introduction 36 years ago today. It was also a near death experience for an iconic American company.

John Grandberg Posted: Jun 30, 2015 3 comments

An updated version of the DAC I enjoyed so much a few years back—with several minor complaints addressed. What's not to like?

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Sean Sabino Posted: Jun 29, 2015 4 comments

Audeze begins the beta for their DSP solution.
ZMF Headphones starts taking pre-orders on the new Omni.
ALO lets the new Continental Dual Mono loose.
Noble celebrates the birthday of the Wizard.

ljokerl Posted: Jun 26, 2015 9 comments

...At the same show two years later, I came across Audiofly again. The company had a new range of in-ear monitors with ergonomic designs, interchangeable cables, and a variety of performance options with prices ranging from $150 to $550. The range-topping, quad-balanced armature AF180 model has taken quite a while to come to the USA, but it's finally here, and it is good.

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Sean Sabino Posted: Jun 25, 2015 9 comments

Snugs has a little shindig to celebrate availability of their 3D Ear Scanner.
Final Audio announces two new headphones: the Sonorous VIII and Sonorous X.
JDS Labs releases their new DAC/Amp, the Element.
Kuai's in-ears aim to help people keep track of their fitness.

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Tyll Hertsens Posted: Jun 24, 2015 30 comments
Allllllllrightythen! Let's get this party started.
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Sean Sabino Posted: Jun 23, 2015 4 comments

V-MODA expands their custom shield offerings.
The June headphone meet season kicks into even higher gear.
Emotiva makes a triumphant return to brick and mortar stores.
British artist Kaffe Matthews envelops dreamers in the Sonic Bed.

John Grandberg Posted: Jun 19, 2015 62 comments

Interested in a reference quality, powerhouse amplifier to drive any headphone in existence, from big cans to sensitive IEMs? Look no further than the Violectric V281.

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