Abyss AB-1266 Phi headphones $4495 Review

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“Many headphone connoisseurs consider the Stax SR-009 electrostatic headphones ($3825 + dedicated amplifier) to be the best-resolving of all candidates for best headphone. My numerous but brief auditions of this venerable classic suggest that the SR-009 does indeed generate the most beautiful and fascinating midrange, but it also sounds identifiably electrostat-like—and, hence, less natural than the Abyss AB-1266 Phis, which appear to have almost no sound of their own.”

TECHNICS EAH-T700 REVIEW

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“I mentioned before that Technics is aiming for the audiophile with this headphone and that reflects in the price. Yes, Technics does use nothing but quality materials and a double driver but the price at the moment still is a little over €/$1000 and that puts it in Audeze, Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic and Hifiman territory. Brands known for having excellent sounding “audiophile” headphones. Can Technics compete with them sound-wise? You’re about to find out.”

MrSpeakers Ether C $1499 Review

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” As I’ve gotten older my sensitivity in the upper treble has become limited to 14kHz. So commenting on treble extension is something I realize needs a qualifier. But one test I’ve found very useful when testing a headphone’s upper-frequency response is a sinewave sweep in mono from 15kHz to 500Hz via the Audiotest app on my Mac. This test reveals several things. First, if there’s any imbalance between the right and left channel at high frequencies the signal will move off the central position it should occupy towards the side with higher output”

V-MODA CROSSFADE 2 WIRELESS REVIEW

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” After all those years I’ve finally experienced a V-Moda Headphone. The V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless left me a positive impression overall with it’s great build quality, form factor, style and usage. To be honest with you, sound is not up to my liking overall. When I look at it in an objective manner though, it’s a great headphone for bass lovers and fun sound signature. Also I really liked the performance on movies and games, even tough it has a very good sound for music listening.”

Sony MDR-Z1R Sealed Over-Ear Headphones $2299 Review

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” I prefer the term “acoustic resistor” as it’s often used to describe aperiodic vents. Aperiodic vents are sometimes used in small speaker enclosures to reduce the “pressure effect” at low frequencies without introducing resonances as simple ports do—hense the term “aperiodic.” In the MDR-Z1R this resistor is made of long-fiber Canadian softwood pulp in the traditional Japanese Washi paper style.”

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