Category: Headphone Amps

iFi Audio Unveils New And Improved ZEN DAC V2 DAC Amp, Available In May

Today, via their official Twitter account, iFi Audio unveiled a new version of its super-popular ZEN DAC USB DAC/ Headphone Amp, called the ZEN DAC V2. The new model improves upon the original with a

SIVGA Phoenix Headphone Review: One Of The Best Budget (Under $500) Audiophile Headphones!

Summary The $255 SIVGA Phoenix is an affordable open-back, over-ear dynamic driver headphone with a beautiful design and crisp, rich sound. The polished zebra wood cups, protein leather, chrome accents, and black lacquer metal frame

Best Buys: The Best Planar Magnetic Headphones Under $500! (2021)

Planar Magnetic headphones (read how they work here) are hot right now. That’s because compared to headphones with traditional dynamic drivers, headphones with planar magnetic transducers often sound crisper, more controlled, and have better extension

Periodic Audio Adds To Their Impressive Portable Audio Lineup With The Rhodium DAC Amp Combo

Periodic Audio jumps in on the USB Dongle DAC/Amp craze at $49: The following press release is courtesy of Periodic Audio: Periodic Audio’s Rhodium— A Digital Delight in a Pint-Sized Package A precision DAC that delivers

Technics EAH-AZ70W Review: These Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds Are Still Among The Best!

Summary On the market for about a year now, the Technics EAH-AZ70W is still one of the most capable True Wireless Earbuds available. They are built to last, look great, and have strong noise-canceling to

Cyrus One Cast Review: A Remarkably Capable Integrated Amp With Chromecast And Apple Airplay Built-In!

Cyrus Audio + Google Home App & Apple Airplay = Spellbinding Sound! It’s been about two years since Google discontinued their Chromecast Audio music streaming device, and I still don’t understand why. It was a

Best Buys: The Best Music Streaming Devices Under $1000! (2021)

While CDs and Vinyl still hold a special place in many an audiophile’s heart, wireless music streaming devices have become commonplace on the racks of hi-fi enthusiasts. That’s because they offer flexibility and a range