The ATH-WP900 is, I think, the best headphone that Audio Technica has released in years. When I first heard the WP900, I immediately wanted a pair, and now after months of listening to both our store demo and my own personal pair, my impressions are still overwhelmingly positive. So let’s see what makes this headphone a winner!
We think the LCD-1 fills an interesting gap in the market, especially for those who are after a headphone they can take with them for critical listening and studio reference. That’s because compared to almost every open monitor we sell at this price point, the LCD-1 is lighter and smaller. It also delivers on its promise of reference sound.
The new Sony NW-A105 and NW-ZX507 Walkmans feature full support for streaming apps, larger displays and USB-C output. But the new models also come with a substantial increase in price and decrease in battery life. So what do we think of the upgrade?
So it’s been a while, but we’re going to break in this shiny new blogging platform with a double feature on the Valkyrie and the Wraith, two of the latest IEMS from the US based Empire Ears. The headline feature is that both of these IEMs are some of the first on the market to use miniaturised electrostatic drivers that do not need a specialised amplifier. The result is two of the more unique IEMs on the market.
After a few months with the final retail product, and plenty of customer feedback - our thoughts on how the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless compares.
The wireless version of the ATH-M50xBT. If it ain't broke, just tweak it?
Planar magnetic-like bass control in an IEM - enter the new AZLA IEMs from South Korea!
Eric's take on the iBasso IT01 - our best value IEM below $200 AUD?
Lachlan's in-depth review of Fostex's new open backed flagship, with comparisons to the Focal Clear, Audio Technica ATH-ADX5000 and Sennheiser HD800S.