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Grover Neville  |  Jun 13, 2019  |  0 comments
Between all the disparate ways we hear our daily soundtracks as we move through our lives, we cover quite a wide variety of music and listening modes.
Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 12, 2019  |  0 comments
I was first exposed to the SPL (Sound Performance Lab) Phonitor X ($2,499 USD) a few years ago and its sound signature (or lack of one) has stayed with me since. So when I saw it at the Audeze booth in the Marketplace at T.H.E. Show, I knew I’d have to revisit it.
Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 07, 2019  |  4 comments
I’m a fan of The Bard just like most other prose knuckle draggers, so I try to sneak in a little Shakespeare to my headlines whenever I can.
Grover Neville  |  Jun 05, 2019  |  3 comments
I’ve been following the folks at Cleer Audio for a couple years now, starting back when they were just showing prototypes of their NEXT headphone.
Rafe Arnott  |  Jun 03, 2019  |  0 comments
The sun is forecast to be shining as the Hilton Long Beach in Los Angeles prepares to host 200 companies in 62 listening rooms for The Home Entertainment Show (T.H.E. Show) from June 7th to 9th.
Rafe Arnott  |  May 31, 2019  |  1 comments
The new flagship Bose Headphones 700 are due to launch in June. Preorder now with an expected June 20th delivery date.
Grover Neville  |  May 29, 2019  |  1 comments
This review took quite a bit longer than is usual for me as I was a bit stumped as to just how to describe the actual piece of kit itself: Redscape Audio, a one-man shop run by Ryan Redetzke out of California, has one product – the Redscape Audio spatialization software and headtracker.
Brian Hunter  |  May 24, 2019  |  0 comments
The AKG K1000 is a headphone classic. Its truly open design has placed it in the annals of audiophile history alongside some of the most iconic pieces of personal audio. InnerFidelity interviews Heinz Renner – one of the original designers of the headphone and long time engineer for both AKG and then Phillips.
Herb Reichert  |  May 22, 2019  |  2 comments
Now, one week after Munich, I see the headphone industry as a multi-headed hydra. One hydra head speaking to smart phone subway riders. Another to travelers on international flights. Another to indentured office-cubicle servants and stock-room box-sorters. Another speaking to recording engineers and air-traffic controllers. Another listening closely to mad gamers and silent-ravers.
Grover Neville  |  May 20, 2019  |  0 comments
My first impression of the MOZero was a casual run-in at a local audio store. Nothing struck as particularly extraordinary at first, $150 USD wireless Bluetooth headphones with some active noise-cancelling capabilities. Then I listened to them.

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