Welcome to The Headphone List, where you will find one of the most comprehensive resources on headphones and earphones, from entry-level through top of the line. The site is based on several review lists in table format, with filtering capability to help narrow down your options. If you are just getting started in your search, one of our concise Buyer’s Guides can help find the best set for you. Please use the comment sections on the articles to let us know if you have any questions!
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Rock Jaw scores a value win with their very first official US release, the variable-tuning Alfa Genus.
A head-to-head review of three popular sub-$100 earphones – the VSonic VSD3S, Ostry KC06 and Havi B3 Pro I
The Tekfusion Twinwoofers are competent bass-heavy earphones that suffer from a spot of bass bloat but still offer up good midrange presence and a smooth, inoffensive top end.
The Perfect Seal SportBud Silver is a high-end workout earphone that provides the perfect fit and audiophile quality sound at a reasonable price.
The LEAR LUF-4 models offer a competitive, yet well-differentiated alternative to more mainstream multi-BA earphones with an unprecedented level of customization for universal IEMs
The JAM Transit Buds deliver what they promise – easy-to-use Bluetooth functionality with a design that’s suitable for workouts thanks to sweat resistance and a secure fit in the ear.
The budget-minded Nuforce NE-600X draws on the tuning of the company’s higher-end earphones to deliver an unabashedly bass-heavy sound without sacrificing overall performance
I’ve noticed that earphones in the $100-$150 range are let down by the sound quality more often than expected – maybe 1 in 3 are worth recommending on sound alone. This is not at all the case with the Brainwavz R3
The ADL X1 is a superb DAC/amp with plenty of upside potential and one caveat. Check out the review to find out if it is right for you.
The VSonic GR07 Classic represents a cut in price but not quality for the acclaimed GR07. Beware of some sellers passing the Classic off as the GR07 mkII.
Taking self-impressions can save time and money or waste it. Here’s what you need to know about making your own ear impressions for custom in-ear monitors.
EarWerkz is a new custom in-ear monitor manufacturer with complete lineup ranging from a dual driver CIEM to a 8-driver, 7-way design.
The EarSonics Velvet universal custom in-ear monitor has been officially launched, offering sound tuning and fitting in the lineup between the SM64 & S-EM6.
The Headphone List officially launched last September. We wanted to thank all who have come along for the ride so far and share some statistics and takeaways from our first year.
Comply Custom Wraps are a new product designed to improve the seal with CIEMs.
Introducing BuySonic, a new, members-only daily deal site focused on headphones and earphones worth keeping an eye on
Beat Audio Cables have a new website where you can buy their cables direct. Check out their eye-candy.
CTC Audio, the official North American distributor for DUNU, FIDUE, T-Peos, and Hisound, has partnered with THL to give away the highly regarded DUNU DN-2000 triple-driver hybrid IEM. Check out the contest app below. The more ways you enter, the better your chances of winning. Don’t forget to share the contest! Find out more about …
Introducing CTC Audio, the official North American distributor for FIDUE, DUNU, T-Peos, and HiSound Audio
Unique Melody has introduced an upgrade service for owners of JHAudio JH13 and JH16, which will upgrade either unit to 12 drivers per earpiece