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Audeze LCD-1 Review

The Audeze LCD-1 is the company’s new entry-level planar magnetic headphones with an open-back, foldable, and light-weight design. It is priced at $399. Disclaimer: The Audeze LCD-1 sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Audeze for giving us this opportunity. To read more about Audeze products we […]

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Dan Clark Audio AEON 2 Closed Review

The Dan Clark Audio AEON 2 Closed is a new foldable upgraded design on the original AEON closed-back planar magnetic headphones. It is priced at $899. Disclaimer: The Dan Clark Audio AEON 2 Closed sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Dan Clark Audio for giving […]

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Palmer 2.5i Turntable and Audio Origami PU7 Tonearm | Review

This review of the Palmer 2.5i turntable and the Audio Origami PU7 tonearm has been decades in the making. If you’ve been following the Vinyl Anachronist columns on Perfect Sound Forever over the last 22 years, you’ll know that I owe a debt of gratitude to Gene Rubin of Gene Rubin Audio. He’s the one who steered me away from the mid-fi gear I’d been using since I was a teen and started me on my true audio journey. Gene was especially helpful when it came to turntables—he sold me my first Rega, a Planar 3, back in 1991. In 1998, Gene helped me into a nice Planar 25. Then one day he told me that he had discovered a turntable brand that had become his new favorite, J. A. Michell. Before you know it, I had myself an Orbe SE with an SME V arm and a Koetsu Rosewood cartridge and used it for nearly a decade. I still believe that was one of the best analog rigs I’ve heard, and it was all mine. When Gene says he’s found something new that becomes a personal favorite of his, I tend to pay attention. Lately, that’s been Palmer. I’d [...]

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Soundpeats Truengine2 Review – Wireless Weekend

The Soundpeats Truengine2 is a beryllium-coated dual dynamic driver TWS with BT5.0, IPX5, and aptX decoding capability. It has a retail price of $82. Disclaimer: The Soundpeats Truengine2 sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Soundpeats Audio for giving us this opportunity. To read more about […]

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Periodic Audio Carbon Review

The Periodic Audio Carbon is the company’s flagship  IEM featuring a carbon (Diamond) membrane single dynamic driver. It is priced at $399. Disclaimer: The Periodic Audio Carbon sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Periodic Audio for giving us this opportunity. To read more about Periodic […]

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Astell&Kern SP2000 Review

Today we look at Astell&Kern’s flagship portable player, the SP2000. It’s selling for $3,499 USD     Disclaimer: The sample of the AK SP2000...

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Schiit Audio Asgard 3 Review

Today on Headfonia we’ll be taking a close look at the Asgard 3 headphone amplifier from Schiit Audio. The third evolution of the Asgard...

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Moondrop Starfield Review

The Moondrop Starfield is a universal monitor that uses a carbon nanotube diaphragm 10mm dual cavity dynamic driver. It is priced at $109. Disclaimer: The Moondrop Starfield sent to us is a sample in exchange for our honest opinion. We thank the team at Shenzhen Audio for giving us this opportunity. To read more about universal […]

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