Hi all. After the very pleasant to read review wrote by @cleg, both concise and right on the Kennerton Thror: https://porta.fi/kennerton-thror-headphone-review-who-is-better-than-allfather/ Here is a new Youtube's video review of the Kennerton Thror (part 2) by William Murdock: William Murdock defines the Thror (in his video above) as a very neutral, very clear, very precise, three-dimensional headphones in his soundstage with a good depth; with deep basses in the sub-bass, also very precise and detailed, without exaggeration. He does not find many flaws for a "neutral" headphones, except for a comfort that is still perfectible, although it does not bother him with its 460 or 470 g, a soundstage not extra-large, but very deep and especially "three-dimensional" in layers. He considers it as an excellent headphones for the reproduction of Jazz, acoustic and orchestral music. However, he prefers the Vali for rock, which he considers more dynamic with more presence in the mid-bass, although for my appreciation the Thror also defends very well in this genre. Otherwise, some tube and transistor amplifiers warm the Thror's sound, tilting it slightly to the warm side of the neutral and / or giving it more bass, which some people will appreciate. So, with these two headphones (Vali and Thror) you should cover all musical genres, with excellence. But if weight or comfort is a problem for you with these two headphones, well, Kennerton has it all, with the arrival of the Thekk and the new Vali, who take back apparently the headband of the Magni (lighter and more comfortable). These new headphones Kennerton will probably be less original and luxurious in their presentation, but you will gain comfort, I'm pretty sure.