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RMAF 2013
Tyll Hertsens Oct 22, 2013 4 comments

Man, if I had to do the entrepreneur thing all over again, I'd do a Kickstarter campaign. Gavin Fish did, and raised more than ten times his $28,000 goal.

His Geek Out USB headphone amp/DAC looks like it's off to a good start.

RMAF 2013
Tyll Hertsens Oct 22, 2013 3 comments

It looks like one of those Klutz Design headphone stands I use for photos, doesn't it? Hoooo-boy, there's a lot more in that stand than meets the eye!

RMAF 2013
Tyll Hertsens Oct 22, 2013 2 comments

Making the trip over the big pond, Scottish firm Reid Heath Acoustics came to CanJam for the first time showing off their new MA600i and MA750i in-ear products.

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Tyll Hertsens Oct 21, 2013 4 comments

It's a long way from Germany to Denver, but Fried Reim made the trip with a dandy handful of Violectric headphone amps.

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Tyll Hertsens Oct 21, 2013 1 comments

So I'm walking around looking for n00bs to CanJam and see that Westone has some new IEMs. I sit down to take a load off...and pretty quick I'm wrapped up in the sound of Westone's new W40.

They're not n00bs, but I just had to pull out my camera.

RMAF 2013
Tyll Hertsens Oct 19, 2013 37 comments

Here's a hot potato for you: JDS Labs' NwAvGuy O2 amp. Peal away the layers of politics and you'll find a pretty nice little amp at a bargain price.

There's more to this story...

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Tyll Hertsens Oct 18, 2013 3 comments
Man, oh man, oh man...Philips at CanJam was a huge highlight for me. I'm so glad they decided on relatively short notice to attend the show.

Thanks Philips!

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Tyll Hertsens Oct 18, 2013 0 comments

Looks like just a big room...but it was filled with surprises. RMAF CanJam was also a bit schizophrenic for me. Read on for more....

Sweepstakes
Jon Iverson Oct 11, 2013 192 comments
Register to win one of four RHA MA750 Headphones (MSRP $119.95) we are giving away.

According to the company: Using RHA's aerophonic design, the MA750 is constructed from individually machined stainless steel components. The handmade drivers and over-ear fit ensure remarkable sound reproduction and a comfortable, noise isolating fit.

[This Sweepstakes is now closed.]

John Grandberg Oct 03, 2013 10 comments

The $99 computer speaker. Nothing could possibly be very exciting about that, right? Most of the time I'd agree completely. But not this time.