Market analysts can make mistakes, it’s true. They mostly do it when they try to sell us something already existing but very slightly modified as a revolutionary product. And all that ‘cutting-edge’, ‘unleashed’, brand new experience’ nonsense, you know. But sometimes the analyst goes to the other extreme by totally underestimating the product and thus setting a completely inadequate price. I mean, lower than it should be. And this is exactly the case of the Sony Linkbuds S.
The Moondrop brand owned by Shenzhen Audio manufactures some uncompromising ALICE audiophile-grade TWS headphones. These use a super-linear proprietary dynamic driver with a carbon aperture, a progressive QCC5151 chip, and a VDSF+ technology to expand the soundstage. And, most importantly, you can customize their sounding all you want with a parametric equalizer via a proprietary app.
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.
The most meticulously thorough and utter review all over the web of one of the best wireless gaming headsets with ANC.
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.