99.0

The Elear By Focal

Focal kind of took over HiFi recently, haven't they?  I'm conflicted at the moment and finding it hard to be objective with my thoughts on this $999 Elear...I've got a lot to say, so let's just jump right into ...
77.0

The Plenue M By Cowon

It amazes me how much the tech can change, or not change at all, in the span of just two years.  I've always been a fan of Cowon products, but let me tell you straight up right now at the beginning of this revi...
8.68.6

The Plenue D DAP By Cowon

October of 2015 was a sad month for me...it was around that time that my Cowon J3 finally kicked the bucket after years of strenuous usage. Despite owning numerous higher end DAP's at the time, like the Astell ...
7.47.4

L3 DAP By Luxury & Precision

Luxury and Precision flew onto the audio scene last year with their excellent sounding L5Pro portable player, but I have a lot of concern about their new budget L3 model...as well as their business outlook and ...
77.0

The N60 NC By AKG

Those who require noise cancellation in their portable rig's have a severely limited selection of headphones to choose from.  Typically, the words "Hifi" and "Noise Canceling" do not go together, but AKG's rece...
8

The MDR-XB1000 By Sony

Does anyone else remember a time when mid tier dynamic driver headphones were intended for musicality and fun factor with a nice-forward mid range, instead of V-shaped sound signature that is neutral prone or a...