PSB Speakers M4U 4 Headphone Review

December 29, 2015 § Leave a comment

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” I did the bulk of my listening with my iPod classic, before I stepped up to the latest version of FiiO’s high-resolution X5 music player ($350) to tap the M4U 4’s full potential. Dynamics and transparency improved, a lot, so with Aphex Twin’s Drukqs album, the seriously deep bass passages were more viscerally felt, and with Rob Wasserman’s Solo album, his acoustic bass’s dexterity and precision were no less astonishing. A hi-res FLAC of Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot album thrust Jeff Tweedy’s vocals forward in the mix, while the band’s densely textured and layered percussion focused further back in the soundstage. Compared with the Ultimate Ears UE900s in-ears, the M4U 4 came up a little short on resolution and treble clarity, but the M4U 4’s bass potency leaped ahead of the UE900s’.

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Schiit Vali 2 amplifier

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” What could possibly be wrong with that? According to Schiit co-founder and the amplifier’s designer Jason Stoddard, quite a bit actually. For starters, one had to be tolerant of the subminiature tube’s possible microphonics; it didn’t play well with low impedance IEMs (that demand an amplifier with lower noise floor and of lower output impedance than the Vali’s 6.5 Ohms); no gain switching; no pre-amplifier outputs

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ROON is here! World’s first in depth review

December 28, 2015 § Leave a comment

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“A bold claim indeed, but spend a few minutes with Roon and you’ll find yourself getting up from the listening chair hours later. It’s that compelling. Now you can access music three dimensionally, much like you do when flipping through the bins at your favorite record store, but arguably better. And I say this as an analog lover that still has 8 turntables and over 7500 LP’s.”

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Artnovion David acoustic panel

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” Acoustic efficiency for a simple and timeless design. David has an absorption treatment range between 350 Hz and 8000 Hz. Developed with a six squares detail to create a brick effect, David has a simple and timeless design. This high efficiency acoustic panel with premium fabric finishes is available in 10 different colours. It is easy to apply on back and side walls as well as ceilings.”

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Chord Mojo Review

December 28, 2015 § Leave a comment

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” Even the Jerry Harvey Roxanne in-ear headphone were also right at home with Mojo. So no matter how good your headphones are Mojo will be up to the task of providing the sound quality you paid for”

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Sonus Faber Pryma Review

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“Anyone who is familiar with the sound of Sonus Faber’s speakers will immediately notice that the engineers successfully transferred the philosophy of imaging the sound to the first headphones in the company’s history. It can be instantly heard that Pryma was created by the same people who designed the last Sonus Faber’s speakers. At first, their sound seems slightly tinted, but the adaptation does not take more than five minutes. We discover that there is enough treble here – certainly less than in an ideal situation, but really nothing important is missing. ”

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HIFIMAN HE-1000 $3000 REVIEW

December 27, 2015 § Leave a comment

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“Treble is incredibly detailed, layered and extended. Bad recordings in combination with a silver cable sometimes result in a bit of sibilance but in general the HE-1000’s treble perfectly complements the bass and mids. Treble flows fluently from the mids with great clarity and precision. Treble is airy but precise and very dynamic. I do have to say I preferred the HE-1000’s treble with warmer sounding solid state amplifiers and on tubes.”

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