It’s impossible to like all the headphones and all the brand and while I can appreciate the M50, AT is one of those brands that doesn’t get my hips shaking
The American brand is working on several new things but it’s still a bit soon to talk about those. Of course AudioQuest in the Hifi world is mostly known for its cables, but their personal audio line-up is also getting impressive
The AudioQuest DragonFly article in which we reviewed and compared both the DragonFly RED and Black is the most read article on this site. The DF’s simply are good and popular, it’s that easy
In the above picture you see it with their JitterBug, although that one still is a bit of a mystery to me.
The girls from Serbia were also at the party but I was a bit disappointed the Headonia didn’t make the trip to Berlin. They had a very good excuse though
The Auris HA2-SE still wins me over each time I listen to it. Did I tell you I bought one?
Auris of course also has a selection of streamers, speaker amps and CD players. they all look great
Compared to a few years ago Bakoon seems to be less present at the personal audio shows. Their HPA-21 still is a great amplifier though, especially the current output shines with orthodynamic headphones.
Lot’s of great products have been coming from Heilbronn lately and you can expect even more from Beyerdynamic in 2018, probably at Munich.
The Xelento (Wireless) is such a nice sounding TOTL universal IEM and it’s a lot cheaper than some of its competitors. And it looks great!
Beyerdynamic recently has been focusing on the gaming sector. The headphone itself of course is the COP which we know very well.
Most attention went to the new Aventho Wireless though
Have you had a chance to listened to it already?
Brainwavz maybe was the surprise of the show, in the way that I saw so many visitors using their IEM and even full sized headphones.
The guys from Headsound brought most of their line-up
More Brainwavz reviews coming up then I guess…
Andromeda. It’s green, it’s small, it’s expensive. Oh, and it gets copied
Unfortunately I was a bit busy to attend them all but they’re certainly very interesting, especially if you have people like Axel Grell from Sennheiser talking
One of the most busy corners of the show and that doesn’t surprise me with products such as the Mojo and Poly
And of course the TOTL DAVE
I wasn’t familiar with this brand but as the guy came all the way from Israel(!) I just had to check out his gear.
He was their especially to promote the new portable DAC/AMP, which sounded quite nice with great resolution and good dynamics
The full sized model also sounded quite unique
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