Hifiman Ananda BT

The Ananda BT is the first attempt to make a Bluetooth version of a high-end headphone. I have already reviewed the “wired” Ananda, and consider it the best non-electrostatic headphone under 1000$: tonally right out of the box, rich of details, easy to amp, and absolutely deserving its price tag. Selecting the Ananda as a… » Read the full article

Hifiman Arya

The HifiMan Arya are a new line that could be described as “budget HE1000”. They use a driver based on the HE1000 V2, while swapping the wooden frame for a black plastic frame and improved cable. The price is slashed by almost half. All the selling points coming from the HE1000 are applicable to the… » Read the full article

Hifiman RE2000 Silver and RE800 Silver

The Hifiman RE800 Silver and RE2000 Silver are re-edition of the limited, “Gold Edition” RE2000 and RE800 that Hifiman produced one year and half years ago, and are their flagship models up to this day. The new versions differ from the former revisions in that they have, accordingly to their name, silver housing and they… » Read the full article

Hifiman Ananda

The Ananda comes from the genetics of Hifiman Edition X family, one of the best value headphones in the market. While the Edition X V2 was very similar to the former revision, mostly changing some structural elements (frame, pads). With the Ananda, Hifiman enhances the refinement process much more, taking the “X” family closer to… » Read the full article

Yulong DAART Aquila

This review describes the sound of Yulong DA-ART Aquila, a DAC derived from the Yulong’s top of the line, the DA9, and aimed to sound very linear and smooth. The Aquila follows the Canary in the DA-ART line, a collaboration between Yulong and several musicians, and as the name suggests (Aquila means “Eagle”, in Italian),… » Read the full article

DUNU Falcon-C

DUNU has a significant history in producing multi driver, hybrid IEM’s, which I am very fond of, because of their amazing sound and quality vs price ratio. On this website, I have already reviewed the DN-2002, DK-3001, Titan 3 and Titan 5 across the years. The DN-2002 and DK-3001 are among my absolute favourite IEM’s… » Read the full article

Meze 99 Neo

The Meze 99 Neo are a derivation of the Meze 99 Classics, that I reviewed one year and half ago. The 99 Classics were a wonderful looking closed headphones with wooden cups and a super comfortable arc, designed through computer simulations. The Meze 99 Neo are similarly amazing looking, they take the same drivers as… » Read the full article