Hifiman Ananda
9.1Score

Hifiman Ananda Review

Disclaimer: The Hifiman Ananda sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Hifiman for giving us this opportunity. To read more about Hifiman products we have reviewed on Headfonics click here. In a way, the release of t...
Hifiman Sundara
8.7Our Score

Hifiman Sundara Review

Disclaimer: The Hifiman Sundara sent to us for the purposes of this review is a sample and does not have to be returned. Thank you to Hifiman for giving us this opportunity. It has been 3 years since Hifiman last focused on it's entry-level or mid-fi range of...
HE4XX
8.4Our Score

Massdrop x HIFIMAN HE4XX Review

With the launch of the HE4XX Massdrop is on an audiophile roll. Everyone in the audio enthusiast community knows it. Satisfying deals left and right, collectors getting newly minted and refreshed rehashes of older designs, now updated with a new logo, paint jo...
Hifiman Susvara

Hifiman Susvara Review

The Hifiman Susvara is a headphone that has been with me longer than any product before I decided to write the review. And for good reason. This is a $6000 headphone and one of the most expensive headphones on the market. Higher tier even than the Audeze LCD-...

Hifiman RE2000 Review

The RE2000 is Hifiman's latest flagship IEM and by all accounts calling it a single dynamic driver IEM would be an oversimplification in the extreme. Truth be told, dynamic drive technology, despite the long history, has been bypassed in favor of multiple BA ...
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The Edition X V2 By Hifiman

Much like the HE1000, Hifiman has seen fit to bring out a revised Edition X in the form of the Edition X V2 and in doing so saw to it that my lead up to Xmas 2016 was filled with instant regret at not jumping on an original Edition X V1 review at the start of ...
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The HE1000 V2 By Hifiman

I was pretty settled on the order of things in my headphone universe with regard to the HE1000 being the top dog so the announcement of the similarly priced HE1000 V2 a few months ago as a direct replacement for the original 2015 award winning headphone was un...
Edition S
Our Score

The Edition S By Hifiman

The release of a dynamic headphone from a planar specialist. It has been done before but to a different standard and in a different period of growth for Hifiman. Back in 2011, it was the HE300, which was crafted in the likeness of their first generation design...
HE1000
Our Score

The HE1000 by Hifiman

"You are going to need a bigger amp". Now looking around at my loveable Mjolnir and Hifiman EF6 SS amps that didn't inspire any fiscal and aural confidence but nevertheless those were the ringing 'Scheideresque' type words when Hifiman just announced the all n...
HE400s
8Our Score

The HE400s By Hifiman

Where to next? Well, it seems the HE400s is next. I have this image in my mind of Dr. Fang Bian of Hifiman just sitting every Xmas pondering how to hit the market the following year or looking back and thinking what he could do a little bit better. The last ...
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The HM-650 DAP by Hifiman

No matter the area, Hifiman always has pushed the envelope. For example, their first DAP was the monstrosity known as the HM-801. At 9 ounces and an entire inch thick, it, put bluntly, was a brick. It was a wonderful-sounding brick at that with swappable ampli...
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8.3Our Score

The HM-901 DAP from Hifiman

Hifiman can claim to have been one of the original proponents of the new wave DAP market when back around 2007 they launched the HM series with the excellent if somewhat 'boutique' HM-801 and then in 2011 came the lower level but no less capable HM-602. Not wi...
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The EF6 from Hifiman

What's in a single number change? Moving from 5 to 6 should be an evolution of sorts, I mean the EF5 was a pretty powerful little tube amp that packed about 2.5W per channel and took little or no space in 2011. But that was then and this is now and the world o...
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HifiMAN RE272–Fine Wine for the Ears

I’ll just get this out of the way now. I want a pair of these. Never have I ever heard an IEM that’s just so fluid as this. I haven’t even looked at my Monster Turbine Pros for the time I’ve had this. Is that enough to get you to read on? Well, do it. The H...