HeadAmp Gilmore Lite

Say hello to one of the most well known entry level amplifiers in the industry. Most people will be shocked to find how small…

Sony MDR-R10 Short Impressions

Though most Sony headphones are considered to be non-audiophile headphones, the MDR-R10 is an exception. This is a discontinued model that has gained a…

HD800 Journal: Part 3

Summing up what I’ve written previously on Part 1 and Part 2 of the HD800 Journal, I felt that the HD800 is an exceptional…

Atomic Floyd TwistJax

The world of audio, like everything else in the retail business, is heavily affected by the consumer’s perception of a brand. Though Atomic Floyd’s…

SRH-840, HD25-1, and ESW-9

People has been asking me to do a comparison between the Shure SRH-840, the Sennheiser HD25-1, and the Audio Technica ESW-9. For a long…

ALO Rx High Gain

The ALO Rx turns out to have a gain switch hidden behind the front face plate. All you have to do is get a…

Shure SRH-840: Conclusion

After many more hours on the SRH-840, my impressions have been growing more and more positive. I’ve been using the SRH-840 with three of…

GoVibe Sharps

With the Sharps amplifier, GoVibe has successfully created a portable amp that manages to go head to head with the venerable Ray Samuels SR-71a….

HD800 Journal: Part 2

After more listening with the Sennheiser HD800, I’ve concluded that the HD800 is so good, that if your bank account permits, you might want…

HD800 Journal: Part 1

What a long wait, but finally the HD800 is here. I’ve heard the HD800 at two other occassions, but nothing beats listening at home…