Who are some of the Head-Fi Reviewers whose work really impresses you?
Mar 21, 2023 at 10:47 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 8
Jan 18, 2022
Bellevue, WA
I've been reading some of the review threads here but they're spread out around the site, so I feel like I may be missing a lot of the best ones. I'm looking for feedback on who are some of your favorite Head-Fi Reviewers that impress you with their work.

I'm talking about reviewers who write in a compelling way about sound, features, performance, and comparisons to other options that really help you understand what to expect before a product shows up at your door. Those who are objective and really put the gear through its paces with different combinations of synergies, take great pics or videos, and uncover key issues that you might end up discovering after owning a product for a while.
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Mar 22, 2023 at 2:14 AM Post #2 of 8
I trust my ears only with my own gears only (source and amplification components that I know how they sound inside and out). Individual HTRF and subjective preferences of others are too varied for me to blind buy the gears IMHO
Mar 22, 2023 at 9:41 AM Post #4 of 8
This man retired from the headphone game, but Protoss. All his thread are spot on and interesting to read. It’s been a couple months since I’ve been here and still haven’t found anyone that wrote better threads and post than he does. Protoss is a legend in my book with his all his thread he created.

Onkyo A800:

Audio Technica the Master of Wood:

Audio-Technica ATH-L3000 “The Legendary Learherhead”:

Headphone Tube Amps - The Hunt For All 300B Tube Amps:

Grado HP1000 “The Legendary Grado”:

Sennheiser HE-60 “The Legendary Baby”:

Stax SR Omega:

And many more…
Mar 22, 2023 at 10:31 AM Post #5 of 8
Precogvision for his overall good reviews. He has rants, a ranking/scoring systems, and a dedicated thread. Aminus for his critical takes. He also has rants, a scoring system, and a dedicated thread. XerusKun and o0genesis0o for their extra info: provided charts and visual aid. Could include: waterfall, subjective vertical instrument placements, different nuances between specific songs, sonic differences from varying eartips, etc.
Mar 23, 2023 at 3:27 AM Post #7 of 8
I miss Tyll...

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