LATEST ADDITIONS

Tyll Hertsens  |  Dec 01, 2011  |  13 comments
Months go by like weeks now. It's either because I love this job, or that I'm not writing enough posts between Updates. Probably both, but that's okay. I'll get faster because I love this job.

Let's see what's up with InnerFidelity this month...

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 30, 2011  |  7 comments
Have you ever had the experience of looking at something, and your brain can't figure out what it is, and you stare but can not perceive?

"Otra Sanata" is something like that.

Tai Ming Sow  |  Nov 29, 2011  |  24 comments
Editors Note - I had a good laugh reading well known headphone enthusiast ClieOS' (Tai Ming Sow) article as some of his recommendations are very familiar to me and have already been reviewed favorably at InnerFidelity, and some I had never even heard of the company before. The number and variety of IEMs Tai has heard is spectacular.

I should mention Tai lives in Malaysia, and a couple of the headphones he recommends are not available in the U.S. Thanks for the recommendations Tai.

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 27, 2011  |  26 comments

Call me out of touch with pop-culture, but I had no idea what the "True Blood" referred to on V-MODA's V-80 True Blood headphone. A quick Google and I know we have a new kind of celebrity headphone, one endorsed by a T.V. show about vampires. Fine with me because ...

... these headphones are AWESOME!

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 22, 2011  |  17 comments
Wander through InnerFidelity and you'll stumble upon a lot of good headphones. But I thought I'd save you some time, and pick a couple hands full of some of the best ways to fill the head of someone you love, with music.

We'll start with the least expensive and work our way up.

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 21, 2011  |  12 comments
I don't want to break my arm patting myself on the back or anything, but heck, I do have a category for news.

And I reckon being mentioned in the NY Times is a bit of good news.

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 20, 2011  |  32 comments
When I first saw the Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo ($199 MSRP) I thought they might be the most beautiful headphones I’d ever seen. The fit and finish is stellar; the styling superb; they fold beautifully; the cable is pure sex; they’re comfortable … the Solos are just gorgeous. At the time I thought, “These may be the headphone of the year!”

Except for one little thing …

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 18, 2011  |  43 comments

I've got an open invitation to visit Skullcandy's headphone R&D labs in Park City Utah ... and I'll be taking them up on it sometime soon. Why? Because I want to see what they're doing that let them build a few darn good sounding headphones lately.

The Mix Master is one of them.

John Grandberg  |  Nov 15, 2011  |  35 comments

A library of over 10 million tracks. New albums added daily. High quality audio. Access through your home computer, smartphone, or streaming audio device. Sound interesting? There are several music services out there claiming to provide just that, for a small monthly fee of course.

But from an audiophile's perspective, do any of them actually live up to their promises?

Tyll Hertsens  |  Nov 15, 2011  |  18 comments

Quincy Jones has it going on, and I liked their higher-end Quincy Jones Q701 when I reviewed it a while ago. But now we come to a very small, sealed portable headphone, the Quincy Jones Q460.

Let's see how it does.

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