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The M400 By KEF

Following the M500, KEF released the M400 on-ear headphones last year. They are smaller and cheaper. It's about time we took a closer look to find out if the face-lifted M400 are more than a fashion headphone. ...
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The K182 By AKG

I have a ton of AKG cans in the cannery behind the desk here from the K5XX to the K812 and had plenty been and gone including the K7XX series years ago. AKG can do a mean set of cans when they put their minds t...
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The SINE By Audeze

I've shaken my fist at the audio community for the past 8 or so years, but that prolonged whining got me nowhere.  It seemed like no matter how hard I cried, audio designers and the HiFi community have both ins...
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The Galvanize S2 By BLOC & ROC

With a strong foothold in many well-known British retailers, Bloc & Roc are a new audio company located along the outskirts of London. Their claim to fame has been their use of high-grade construction mater...
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The A5-Pro by Philips

I have to admit I am a closet Philips fan since the launch of the Fidelio range a few years back and just loved the L series, owned the M1 and X1 and each time I wondered why these cans are not on the top of ev...
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Oppo PM-3 Review

The Oppo PM-3 is the company's lightest and most compact form-factor closed-back planar magnetic headphone launched to date. It is priced at $399. Disclaimer: The Oppo PM3 was sent to us as a sample in excha...
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The Sony MDR-XB950BT Experience

The deviants over at Sony have been up to no good lately. After a string of new headphones released in 2014, Sony has shelled out another for us in the form of a Bluetooth portable called the XB950BT. This on...
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The Lawton Fostex TH900 Review

A long time ago, in an audio design lab far, far away, Fostex had created and implemented the original and famous D2000, 5000 and 7000 headphones for Denon. Yes, those headphones were technically Fostex models...
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The s301 by Perfect Sound

So we are back with Perfect Sound and this time it is their 'mid-tier' unit, the s301 closed portable headphone which retails at $420. I never got the chance to test drive the Dido D901 so I cannot comment on w...
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Our picks from 2013 in review

2013 has been an interesting year for us at Headfonics in terms of product reviews. When I look back on our review catalog we did less headphones and more amps and DAC's and in someways that is reflected in our...
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Aiaiai TMA-1 Fool’s Gold Edition

Aiaiai make great headphones but they have an edge to them as a company; sort of a funky hipster thing going on with the DJ fraternity combined with a lifestyle outlook steeped in Scandinavian sensibilities. Mo...
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AKG K512 MKII Headphones

AKG have been reinventing themselves somewhat of late with some notable releases such as the K550 and the K495 NC headsets and have been garnishing more than favorable feedback from the headphone community as a...
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House of Marley – Exodus Headphones

The House of Marley has been on my radar for quite some time. Cool styling, ethical approach business wise, and a competitive price point piqued my interest late last year. The UK market has also started pushin...
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Beyerdynamic T50p Manufaktur edition

The T50P is alive and kicking once again with a new updated range of special editions colors and finishes and they are very tempting to the eye to say the least. Often derided as being less than perfect and wit...