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Review: HiFiMan HE400S Hardcore audiophiles pay dearly for these exotic drivers because they offer eerily realistic resolution and the kind of 3-D thrills normally reserved for a full-blown stereo rig with behemothic speakers. Lately, though, a handful of boutique audio [...]
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HiFiMan HE-400i review: The Good The HiFiMan HE-400i is a large, full-size headphone that uses planar-magnetic drivers for exceptional sound quality highlighted by first-rate clarity, detail and well-defined bass. The headphone is also lighter and more comfortable than its [...]
F.Audio FA1 - обзор аудиоплеера на премиум ЦАП Asahi Kasei AK4497EQ частоту дискретизации до 32 бит / 768 кГц. За воспроизведение частот кратных 44.1 и 48 КГц отвечают разные кристаллы на 45.1584 и 49.152 МГц. Усилительную часть обеспечивают 2 чипа AD8610 и 4 — AD797. Рекомендуемое сопротивление наушников — до 600 Ом. Для меня максимальной громкости было [...]
Your ears will love 'em: Oppo PM-3 headphones I briefly compared the PM-3's with Hifiman's open-back HE-400i planar magnetic headphones. Despite the PM-3's being closed-back, the two sounded very close; the HE-400i sound was a little brighter, but if you need isolation from external noise, a [...]
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Not only because of the requests, but because I too was curious how the two open headphones would compare as they share several features such as being very open, comfortable, both having large drivers, and both are tricky to drive. If a headphone does not look and feel well-made, remain comfortable for hours, or feels super cheap and poorly designed I set it aside because design aesthetics are important. Both headphones are clean-looking and well-designed with no major flaws. The R70x has an extremely long cable ( 3m ) which is great if you need the extra length, but at my desktop rig neither headphone has the ideal 2. 0m cable length. The sheath on the 400i’s cable is stiff which causes it to bind and bundle. Both cables could use some improvements.
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Driver Type Single-sided Planar. Plug Type 3. 5mm with 7. 5mm adapter. php/headphones/he-400i. Being familiar with planars from Audeze, Fostex, and MrSpeakers I want to report how the HE-400i from HiFiMAN stacks up. HiFiMAN aims at delivering a comfortable headphone with tight bass while still keeping the planar sound signature. The initial impression is that the packaging, headphone, and cable all make one cohesive bundle with the exception of the right-angled jack plug on the end of the cable. I see no reason for a right-angled jack plug. This and all of my other headphones all have a straight jack plug. It appears to be an attempt to make it more portable, but.
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Best Gaming Headphones? Hello! I'm actually really interested in the Hifiman He-400i and have been reading reviews. I love open headphones and the great sound stage with them but the only compromise is bass. Then, I see the He-400i and it seems like the perfect headphones. [...]
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Closed vs Open headphones - Better for gaming? If you have skype, we can easily go back and forth on some options when I'm at the meet. I'm currently thinking of either the Hifiman 400i or Philips Fidelio X2 which are open back but have pretty good bass response. There's also going to be a head-fi meet ... [...]
HIFIMAN Leather Earpads-Headphone replacement Ear pads for HIFIMAN HE400, 560, 400i, 300, 400, 500, 4, 5, 6 You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Got these for my older 300 and they were easy to put on. Feels great on your ears. Price is not bad either for what you get. Made of real leather. Fits HE300, 400, 500 HE400, 560, 400i. They fit my ... [...]
TDK WR780 Smartphone Wireless Headphones Review @ NikKTech Most people i know only use wireless headsets and headphones while away from their homes and offices since obviously that does give them a higher degree of freedom compared to wired models (the lack of cables also does look better right?). Personally i use ... [...]
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HiFiMAN's HE-400i Planar Magnetic Headphones for those with the ears to hear When HiFiMan refers to the single-sided planar magnetic driver in the HE-400i headset they are describing the positioning of the magnets within the drivers, single sided only have magnets on the side of the driver that is facing away from your ear. [...]
earChasm said: ↑"Winter" from Allan Taylor (violin) destroys my ears just like "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" but in a different way.Click to expand...On "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" the horns are way too bright, and so are the maracas. Moreover, there are a lot of "s" sounds in the song that are a little too sharp. The track sounds so much better on my modded M1060, beginning with the bass line, which is anemic on the HE400i but rich and full on the M1060. Moreover, the sibilance...
Quick—what's the first brand you think of when someone mentions headphones? Chances are, it starts with a "B." But based on our latest headphone Ratings, one brand that deserves more attention is Grado Labs, which earned five of the top 10 slots in our ratings of home/studio-style stereo headphones.Grado, which has been making headphones—and phono cartridges—by hand in the same shop in Brooklyn for decades, revamped its entire Prestige SR series earlier this summer with a new E series, so we...
The Oppo PM-3 headphones Oppo The Oppo PM-3 headphones knocked me for a loop: they look and feel great, sound like a more expensive pair, and they're really comfortable to wear. As for build quality, they're way ahead of similarly priced Beats, Bowers & Wilkins, HiFiMan, Sony or V-Moda 'phones. The PM-3's thick metal parts and sumptuously padded headband and earcups lend a true luxury...
Disclaimer: The Hifiman RE800 universal IEM was sent to us free of charge by Hifiman. Hifiman is a site advertiser and the unit doesn’t need to be returned.HifimanIf you’ve been reading Headfonia then you know we quite like the Hifiman sound, if there is such a thing. Hifiman over the years has delivered a series of incredible ear- and headphones in all price ranges, some of my favorite being the HE-500, HE-400i, HE-560, Edition X and the HE-1000.Recently Hifiman has most been focusing on the...