As soon as I managed to find some time (and as the guys have said they’re ready for my awesomeness), I rushed to the Kennerton office to try the two of their new models – the Heartland and the HORS. So! I’ve tried the Heartland and asked… no, plagued the guys to lend those to me to try more and listen to and ultimately to write a pre-review.
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Here are the headphones that I, again, was really waiting for. These are the Edifier wireless planar ones powered by Audeze technologies. And the symbolic STAX in the model name kind of suggests THINGS. Well, since closed-back planars with decent sound are something manufacturers don’t always achieve, it was double as interesting for me to take a look at this Edifier masterpiece.
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.
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.