There are different models of headphones I’d love to try SO much that I’m ready to buy them. Like, to spend literal money, not just get them for a test-n-review. And today I’m going to tell you about one such model. It’s HiFiMan Sundara – open back isodynamic headphones for around $280.
The 4th article about headphone measurements, curves, rigs and researches.
Other reviewers say they’re like ‘the new TWS’s benchmark’ and ‘the end of Sony’s monopoly’ and stuff, so why wouldn’t I want to review those myself! So I was working round and round these headphones, and then a follower of mine unexpectedly offered me their pair to use for a review. Like, to send them to my place. So I can make a review.I agreed before that kind person could generate any second thoughts.
The Moondrop Chu’s just won the competition as the best in-ear headphones for almost no money.
The 3rd article about headphones measurements.
A year is not over yet and I have already got a new test fixture stand, and I am more than happy about it. I have switched now from a modified miniDSP EARS to a real test fixture, which is IEC711 complied: a coupler (IEC60318-4), artificial pinna, speficially calibrated microphone. So, now I can apply any target curve to frequency graphs without any recaltulations for real. An article about my new test fixture with all the detials — where to get it, how to use it and so on — is coming soon. Stay tuned. And for now you can check frequency graphs of almost all current Kennerton models from the new test fixture.