The Bowers & Wilkins P3 is a luxury gadget for the iPhone crowd, offering a combination of style, comfort, and portability, all solidly-constructed and draped in B&W pedigree.
One may expect Monster’s flagship over-ear headphone to follow in the footsteps of Beats by Dre, but the DNA Pro is a different beast altogether. Its tuning focuses on clarity and resolution, and the resulting sound signature is brighter than I had anticipated.
Six years after the release of the original Aurvana Live!, Creative has given the headphone a redesign with the Aurvana Live! 2
The Rock-It Sounds R-DJ is my favorite of the company’s newest releases, offering up a slightly v-shaped sound signature with ample bass.
The Munitio PRO40 is quick to impress with superb build quality and a compliant, comfortable fit. The sound loses a bit of refinement to the enhanced bass but is fun and capable all around.
Six years after the release of the original CAL!, Creative has given the headphone a redesign and released the Aurvana Live! 2.
Make: Beyerdynamic Model: Tesla T1 Current price: $850 The Beyerdynamic Tesla T1 is a well…
Much-maligned around Head-Fi the audiophile community, the Beats by Dr Dre Solo is neither tuned nor marketed in a way that would appeal to audiophiles.
The Audio-Technica ATH-M50 is the aging flagship of Audio-Technica’s extensive range of DJ headphones, interest in which has been unwavering for years.
Whether at the street price or at full retail, the Panasonic RP-HTF600 is an excellent value. The sound quality is superior to anything I’ve heard in the price range, with plentiful bass impact taking almost nothing away from the clean, detailed sound and spacious presentation.