Rate Us!

Some of you might have noticed it already but we now have a review Headfonia Rating system!

At the start of the review you will see 5 empty stars. To rate the review, just click on the number of stars you feel like giving it. We’re just asking you to be honest and that’s it!

It looks like this:

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Have fun rating!

L.

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Lieven is living in Europe and he's the leader of the gang. He's running Headfonia as a side project next to his full time day job in Digital Marketing & Consultancy. He's a big fan of tube amps and custom inear monitors and has published hundreds of product reviews over the years.

12 Comments

  • Reply May 22, 2015

    dalethorn

    Disclaimer: I really love this review, even before I read it. (oops)

    • Reply May 22, 2015

      Headfonia_L.

      it didn’t look good at the bottom of the page :p

      • Reply May 22, 2015

        dalethorn

        In all seriousness, ratings are a troll’s delight, like an open port on your network to a hacker. I hope you’re prepared to meet the challenges.

        • Reply May 22, 2015

          Headfonia_L.

          we’ll see how it goes, it’s one one click to remove them

  • Reply May 23, 2015

    johthor

    Sounds like a great idea L. I think there will be a lot of readers who will click a rating whereas they might never post a comment. Anyway you will certainly get some feedback. I read other review sites but rely on Headphonia for an honest, straight forward, and informative look at new products. You have done a great job since Mike’s departure and I am even starting to like Nathan’s rather unique writing style. Keep up the good work it is much appreciated by many of us.

    • Reply May 23, 2015

      Headfonia_L.

      Thank you Johthor, means a lot!

    • Reply May 23, 2015

      dalethorn

      “Ratings” are useless as information for users. Do a google search sometime on Amazon Votes or amazon ratings. There’s at least a good statistical base to draw from, showing that people vote (or rate) not on the quality or truthfulness of the presentation, but rather on how much they dislike the reviewer or whether he says something negative about their product. Granted those ratings may have commercial value, but not beneficial to the consumer. And BTW, I’ve worked from both ends of the stick, so I know things….

      • Reply May 23, 2015

        johthor

        Well you say you “know things” but a lot of your blogs, posts, and replys are very negative. I used to read a lot of your comments, but no longer do as I consider you a rather “negative nelly”. Try to be a little more positive with your outlook on life, you might find it works better for you.

        • Reply May 23, 2015

          dalethorn

          You’re describing yourself actually. Nearly everyone says my reviews are too positive. Look at my youtube channel and the comments. Very civil, very polite. I don’t allow negativity there!!

        • Reply May 23, 2015

          dalethorn

          BTW, I checked all of your Disqus posts, and you asked questions of me 2 times. Check my replies – very thorough and helpful and polite.

  • Reply May 26, 2015

    Patrick.C

    Interesting idea. Coming weekly for what is new on this site and I think this is a great idea to attract more people who aren’t familiar with this site terms. Btw your homepage layout is truly remarkable, it scales without problem on any of my screens either it is a 34″ curved Monitor or a 5″ Smartphone. And also stay awesome!

    Regards Patrick

    • Reply May 27, 2015

      Headfonia_L.

      Thank you Patrick, we invested in mobile/user friendliness 🙂

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