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The TMA-1 X by Aiaiai

You could be forgiven for thinking the new X edition of the TMA-1 by Aiaiai is more of the same but in actual fact at $120 the X edition is a much more modern sounding headphone than the older TMA-1 and display...
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The VK-1 by Aëdle

With the VK-1 Aedle have got right first time round what other headphone companies have been trying to achieve for years - put out a mature and stylish 'metrosexual' headphone that actually sounds better than a...
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The Soho by Harman Kardon

Last year Harman Kardon released the pleasing CL/BT full size headphone range which we thought was above average with a slight tilt to the bottom end and warmish mids but a little restrictive on the top end. Th...
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NAD VISO HP50 Review

The NAD VISO HP50 is a game changer in my view, there isn't really anything quite like it in the closed back mid-fi world. I have quite a lot to say about this one so sit back, relax and enjoy. I don't want to ...
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The Momentum On Ear From Sennheiser

Last year I rated the Sennheiser Momentum in my top 10 headphones for 2012. Plush design, excellent build quality, exciting new direction by Sennheiser and a decent sound that if not world beating in audiophile...
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The NS700 Phaser by Nocs

Goodness Scandinavia is becoming a hotbed for all things headphones of late and no sooner have Urbanears come to their senses and served up the superior Zinken and having Aiaiai, Jays and few others throw in so...
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The J88 by JBL

The J88 by JBL, or should I say the JBL J88 by Harman. There is a lot in that sentence if you read carefully. Harman is basically Harman Kardon if you are not already familiar with that and they are also respon...
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The CL by Harman Kardon

The CL is one of a raft of new releases by Harman Karon in personal audio for 2013. Actually to be honest with you for me HK, (Harman Kardan), have been very low profile in personal audio up until this point wi...
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The Ultra-Portable Jays V-Jays

I had a crack at the Jay's in-ear line up earlier last year and was largely impressed by what they brought to the table for their price point and pitch. Jays seem to have a firm idea of who their target market ...
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Coloud – The Boom, The Knock & Pop

The sub-$50 headphone market is awash with many failures and a few gems. It is almost as if some companies know they have a stinker and throw more into the marketing than the headphone itself to maximize what t...