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8.5
HarmonicDyne Zeus Review

Are you looking for one headphone you can use for everything? HarmonicDyne might just have the answer with the Zeus. They don't come cheap, but can they replace multiple pairs? Find out in our review.


9.0
Sennheiser HD 560S Review: Dethroning the HD 6XX?

For the past few years, the Sennheiser HD 6XX has been one of our go-to choices for open back gaming headphones with audiophile-grade sound. The HD 560S is out to change that. Find out if it does in our review.


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Thieaudio Legacy 4 Review

This summer, we asked if the Thieaudio Legacy 3 was the best IEM of 2020. Today, we're looking at the next step up with the Legacy 4. It's a step up in every way, but is it worth extra cash? Find out in our review!


7.5
Moondrop SSP Review

In June, we reviewed the small and budget friendly Moondrop SSR earphones. Today, we're taking a look at the SSP, which is similar in style but tuned for fun. At $39.99, is it the earbud for you? Find out in our review!


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Jabra Elite 85t Review

Jabra is one of the biggest players in the true wireless market and when it releases a new flagship, it's time to stand up and take notice. At $229, is the Elite 85t worth a buy? Find out in our full review!


9.5
HIFIMAN Sundara Review

The Sundara is an acclaimed headphone, but with the drop from $499 to $349, we had to take a look for ourselves. Spoiler alert: this is endgame territory, even for gamers. Find out why in our full review.


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HIFIMAN TWS800 True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphone Review

The HIFIMAN TWS800 are a different kind of true wireless earphone, taking aim squarely at audiophiles. I've spent two weeks taking these $299 earbuds for a spin. Are they worth the high cost of entry? Find out in our review.


8.5
1MORE True Wireless ANC Review

Does 1MORE officially hold the crown for being the best-value true wireless ANC earphone? Find out in our review!


TIN HiFi Announces P2 Planar Magnetic IEM

TIN HiFi is full of surprises. Just when you think you have them pinned down, they come out with something unexpected. That's certainly the case here with the P2 planar magnetic IEMs. It's an ultra-premium package for the brand, delivering the rare-in-an-IEM planar magnetic driver in a stainless steel housing for $369 - or $339 if you pre-order.


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Philips Fidelio X3 Review

Building on the popularity of the Fidelio X2HR, Philips is back again with the newly upgraded Fidelio X3. Featuring a wide soundstage, high resolution audio, and premium build quality, is it worth a buy? Find out in our review!


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1More ColorBuds Review

1More is back again with another excellent True Wireless earbud. Today, we're looking at the 1More Colorbuds. Retailing for $99, do they have what it takes to compete in an ever-more crowded market?


8.5
Razer Opus Wireless ANC Headset Review

Are you a gamer on the go, or are you just in the market for a pair of active noise-cancelling headphones? Razer has the solution with the Opus, active noise cancelling headset.


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Audeze LCD-1 Review

We've spent the last two weeks with Audeze's new LCD-1 headphones. At $399, they're premium but also the most accessible of Audeze's line-up. Looking to make the jump to audiophile grade cans? These might be a good fit for you!


NICEHCK Releases NX7 MK3, a Customizable and Affordable Seven Driver IEM

Courtesy of HiFi Go, we have the news that NICEHCK is releasing a brand-new version of its NX7 in-ear monitors that should be exciting for fans of high-end designs, customization, not breaking the bank. Each IEM features a whopping seven drivers and is customizable to fit your taste.


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Mangird Tea IEM Review: 7 drivers per ear!

Linsoul Audio recently sent over the Mangird Tea for us to try. Featuring seven drivers in each ear, it's an impressive package, but at $299 doesn't come cheap. Are you an audiophile looking for your next upgrade? Read on to see if this is for you.