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The Sonorous III By Final

Final Audio Design (aka F.A.D. or nowadays simply Final) is a Japanese brand that has its roots back in 1974 with phono cartridges, turntables, amps and speaker designs. The development of headphones, however, ...
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The Pryma By Sonus Faber

Sonus Faber, primarily an Italian brand, has launched their first and solid attempt at a nice sounding headphone with their Pryma.  When I'd first heard their announcement of a future headphone release, I was a...
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The Ether C by MrSpeakers

Those of you who read our top gear for 2015 review list in December 2015 would probably have noticed me waxing lyrical about headphone that no official review from us had come out at the time yet still received...
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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...
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Our Top Gear for 2015

It has been one of our busiest and most successful years here at Headfonics.com. We launched a new website design, new gear, new writers and probably brought with us the same complaints, delights and feverish l...
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The Edition M by Ultrasone

Time moves quickly these days in headphone world and a few years back Ultrasone cans where popping up at a lot of meets all shiny and expensive but oh so touch worthy. Since then Hifiman, Audeze has stolen the ...
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The Ether by MrSpeakers

If you’ve lived under a rock for the past few months, you may not be aware that Dan at MrSpeakers has again been up to no good as of late.   Somewhere out in the desert in California, or perhaps a dark laborato...
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The MDR1R from Sony

Since its original release, Sony has updated this headphone with the $299 MDR-1A.  Despite the difference in price tags, the 1R is still a monstrous deal in terms of price to performance. Sony is still selling ...
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Sennheiser G4ME ZERO Review

Disclaimer: The Sennheiser G4ME ZERO was sent to us on loan as a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We would like to thank Sennheiser USA for giving us this opportunity. To read mroe on Sennheiser prod...
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The Enigma by Enigmatic Audio

There’s something endearing about products created in a very small scale, handmade out of love. You realize you’re holding the heart and soul of its creator. They make what they make not necessarily to make mon...
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The PS1000e by Grado

While I was busy grilling Jonathan Grado about the whole new E series lineup, Lance, a writer from Singapore, was gleefully receiving the all-new PS1000e flagship from the SG distributor as well as the older PS...
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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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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 ...