Mackie’s latest cans prove themselves to be serious monitoring tools.
We put AA’s new open-backed mixing and mastering headphones to the test.
What can the dynamic convolution experts bring to the world of headphone monitoring?
Focal’s revised flagship studio cans raise the bar yet again.
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.
Re‑Head aims to offer headphone users a loudspeaker‑like listening experience.
Having mastered the dynamic microphone, US company Audix turn their attention to headphones — with impressive results.
Everyone is listening to music on headphones these days
Headphone mixing is becoming a core skill for everyone. We asked some of the biggest names in engineering how they get the best results.
Realphones aims to put all the software tools you need for perfect headphone monitoring in one neat package.
Both technically and sonically, these open-backed headphones represent a breakthrough in portable monitoring.
Following on from their outstanding debut microphones, Austrian Audio turn their attention to the headphone market.
Just how different can two similarly priced closed-back headphone models be? The answer may surprise you...
Most new headphone manufacturers target the booming hi-fi and consumer markets, but OLLO Audio have made their entrance with two models explicitly aimed at audio engineers.
Audeze's latest LCD-series cans make the company's impressive planar magnetic technology more accessible than ever.
The frequency response of your headphones probably isn't neutral, but at least it's always the same. Or is it?
In the world of microphones, Neumann's reputation is unmatched. Does their first‑ever pair of headphones live up to the name?
The newest model in Audio-Technica's popular Mx series of headphones majors on portability, ruggedness and comfort.
Mackie's new MC range of close-backed headphones are refreshingly devoid of over-fancy styling, and this gives them a reassuring 'get the job done' appearance.
We put ADAM's debut headphones to the test.
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