If you’ve spent money on serious headphones for critical listening, could it be worth investing just as heavily in your headphone amp?
It’s useful to be able to work on headphones even when mixing immersive audio. Does Genelec’s Aural ID system make this easier?
No matter what headphones you prefer, Lake People’s versatile amps will feed them the right level.
Can headphones really replace a high‑end monitoring setup? Neumann seem to think so...
Hong Kong brand OneOdio prove that studio headphones needn’t cost a fortune.
How do Beyer’s new studio cans compare with the competition?
Embody’s Immerse Virtual Studio aims to replicate loudspeaker listening on headphones — and the newest variant does so in up to 7.1.6 surround.
Rode’s innovative new cans bring fresh thinking to the world of headphone design.
Hifiman are driving the development of headphone technology at an impressive pace!
KRK’S latest cans offer quality sound, value for money and good isolation.
Sennheiser’s new studio headphones offer some serious bang for your buck.
The Hi‑X15s bring Austrian Audio’s proprietary headphone driver technology to the mass market.
Struggling to drive multiple set of cans? DACS have an amp for that...
We put AA’s new open-backed mixing and mastering headphones to the test.
Mackie’s latest cans prove themselves to be serious monitoring tools.
Focal’s revised flagship studio cans raise the bar yet again.
What can the dynamic convolution experts bring to the world of headphone monitoring?
If you crave the refined sound of large planar magnetic cans but are put off by the price, Avantone’s newest headphones could well be the answer.
AA’s latest cans employ their successful high‑excursion driver in a new on‑ear design.
Having mastered the dynamic microphone, US company Audix turn their attention to headphones — with impressive results.
Re‑Head aims to offer headphone users a loudspeaker‑like listening experience.
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