Tag: IEMs

A rundown of Audio-Technica’s new headphones [CES 2014]

A rundown of Audio-Technica’s new headphones [CES 2014]

| January 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Audio-Technica came out full-force at this year’s CES, introducing over 10 new headphones. While last year we saw Audio-Technica introduce new high-end audiophile headphones, this year we get a healthy dose of more affordable, street-wear style headphones. You will notice there are a TON of color combinations, so hopefully there is something for everyone. One […]

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Westone announces five new IEMs: W50, W60, AC10, AC20, ADV Beta

Westone announces five new IEMs: W50, W60, AC10, AC20, ADV Beta

| January 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

At this year’s CES, Westone reinforced their status as top-tier in the in-ear headphones market. The company has both universal-fit and custom-fit IEMs in their arsenal, and they expanded upon both by announcing five new IEMs. The new headphones are as follows, in order of increasing price: ADV Beta ($180) – Universal-fit IEM. Available now. […]

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Audiofly targets high-end market with four “Performance Series” IEMs

Audiofly targets high-end market with four “Performance Series” IEMs

| January 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two years ago at CES, Australian company Audiofly kicked off their product line with four affordable in-ear headphones. This year, they stayed on a similar path, releasing four more¬†IEMs, this time targeting the high-end market. The new universal-fit IEMs are as follows: AF120 ($249): ¬†Hybrid dual drivers (1 dynamic, 1 balanced armature) AF140 ($349): Hybrid […]

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Razer Hammerhead series IEMs shipping in August

Razer Hammerhead series IEMs shipping in August

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Gaming hardware company Razer is no newcomer to the headphone market, already boasting seven full-size headphone series. But as we all know, there is a movement towards mobile gaming, and Razer is right there at the forefront with their Razer Blade laptops and Razer Edge tablets. So in the spirit of mobile gaming, Razer has […]

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Westone announces Adventure Series Alpha IEMs

Westone announces Adventure Series Alpha IEMs

| July 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Westone, a leader in the IEM market, is bringing some versatility to the table with a new sports-style earphone. Announced earlier last month, the Adventure Series Alpha (ADV for short) comes priced in at $200 and aims to be your “do-it-all” headphone. The main features are as follows: Magnesium uni-body construction IPX-3 water resistance Reflective […]

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1964Ears V6 custom IEMs available for $650 (limited introductory price)

1964Ears V6 custom IEMs available for $650 (limited introductory price)

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Word first broke of this headphone back in June, but 1964Ears says the V6 has been in development for 2 years. Released just last month, the V6 features a 6-driver, 3-way driver layout with two balanced armature drivers at each primary frequency range (lows, mids, highs). Features and accessories are what you would expect of […]

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Brainwavz M5 Review

Brainwavz M5 Review

| September 3, 2012 | 4 Comments

The M5 is an impressive addition to the Brainwavz lineup. They won’t blow you away upon first listen, but this is the case for most neutral headphones. The M5 is technically sound across all frequencies and once they are given ample burn-in time, they sound great with all genres.

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Brainwavz M5 photo revealed, coming soon to an MP4Nation near you

Brainwavz M5 photo revealed, coming soon to an MP4Nation near you

| August 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Ever since Brainwavz broke the news that they have five new headphones in the pipeline, I have been anxiously awaiting more information. They have satisfied about 5% of that curiosity with a photo of the M5 in its packaging: The photo was posted on their Facebook page with the caption, “Hello world. Brainwavz M5 almost […]

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Brainwavz M1 Review

Brainwavz M1 Review

| July 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

A laid-back headphone with a spacious sound. It does not isolate very well but this is a tradeoff for good instrument separation and a deep soundstage. The M1 pairs best with “smooth” music such as soft indie rock. Because of their small form factor, they are incredible for sleeping in.

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Pick your poison: Ankit announces 75 new headphones

Pick your poison: Ankit announces 75 new headphones

| July 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Ankit is preparing to release four new lines of headphones: BerryBuds, Bling, and Toons, and Fat Bass. That’s not the best part though; there are a whopping 75 unique designs spanning across the four models! And we are not only talking color schemes. Similar to the Super Mario headphones we saw a while back, Ankit […]

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