“ Caveat I am an unabashed fan of orthodynamic headphones. Have been a dedicated orthohead for over two years now. All thanks to dBel84 for introducing me to some home made SFI driver based headphones at a meet. The Orthodynamic thread soon became a sanctuary and the folks who take part in the thread very close friends. We are dedicated group who share a passion for planar driven...” --sachu
“First off, before I begin this review, I would like to give a big thank you to the guys over at Audeze and Burson Audio for letting me demo their Conductor SL & LCD3. This review would not have been possible if it wasn't for their generosity. Stay tuned for a Conductor SL review soon. Comfort/Build: Very good, the LCD3 does a good job at evenly distributing the weight around your...” --JustinBieber
“Audeze LCD-XC When I first put the LCD-XC’s on my head I thought to myself: “Wow, finally I no longer have to sacrifice sound quality or a natural/neutral presentation when listening to closed headphones.” The first group of closed headphones that I’ve previously owned were ones that isolated well enough but really made you constantly feel that you were giving up a bit...” --MacedonianHero
“Hello hifi communities. This is my very first thread on head-fi as well as the first review. So please chill if you dislike my opinions and ignorant. I just received my LCD-X, paired up with Burson Conductor running through foobar on ASIO with flacs, excited and unboxed......... Pictures: LCD-2 with LCD-X Burson Conductor / AKG Q701 ...” --SnowReborn
“First and foremost, I have experience with several different headphones, namely much of the Ultrasone series (Pro 900, Pro 750), Denon D2000, D5000, and Fostex TH600. I mainly deal with closed back headphones because of the utility that I generally use headphones for, and the privacy that closed back designs provide. I am well aware of the shortcomings of closed back cans, however this review...” --sarora
“EL-8 fuses the best of many worlds for me. Picture if you will, the deepest, well defined bass you have ever heard. Now add to the picture the warmth only a ribbon tweeter can produce. Top all this off with the cleanest high end you can recall. What you just imagined, my friend, is the sound of EL-8. With its brilliant spatial definition and resolution it didn’t take me too long to...” --tonyjoy
“ Hello guys, I remember the day I wrote my first question on this forum. The first response contained "Welcome and sorry for your wallet." I did not understand for the moment what that was supposed to mean. The question was about what headphone amplifier I should get. I was thinking on a no more than 200EUR budget. Well needless to say, in a few days I bought a Corda Cantate 2 with over...” --dan.gheorghe
Type: Planar Magnetic, Open Air construction Ear coupling: Circumaural Ear cushions: exchangeable, velvet finish Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 KHz, usable high frequency extension 50 KHz Distortion: less than 1%, full output Sensitivity: 96 dB, 1 mW Output: 126 dB, 1W; 133 dB, 5W Power Handling: 5 W RMS, 10W program, 50W peak, 100 ms. Transducer active diaphragm area: 5...
The Hamilton HA5 Headphone features two-in-one operation in 1/4 in stereo and 1/4 inch mono modes. Soft leatherette style washable, replaceable ear cushions, easy-to-wear design, swivel ear cups and soft coiled 3 meter long cord (almost 10 feet!) all contribute to longer fatigue-free use. Comes in easy to mark medium gray color. Use in groups with a listening center jackbox. Specifications: ...
This Multi-Channel Wireless Headphone works with any Hamilton Wireless Headphone System or transmitter. These cordless headphones function up to 100 feet away from the transmitter, so students can use them anywhere in your classroom. Simply turn the units on and use the channel selector under the leatherette ear cushions to choose a frequency. Headphones operate for up to 40 hours and charge in...