Tag Archives: Audiophile

Bang & Olufsen Updates H9 Wireless Headphones With Google Assistant

Is Bang & Olufsen having an update streak? Just recently, we saw the the Danish audio equipment maker updated its E8 true wireless earbuds, then the A9 got its third generation iteration and now, the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 gets an update too. Aesthetically, it looks pretty much as the Beoplay H9i and that’s a good thing because, the H9i itself looks pretty sleek as is. Continue reading Bang & Olufsen Updates H9 Wireless Headphones With Google Assistant

Here’s The New Master & Dynamic $499 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

If you haven’t already heard, New York-based premium audio hardware maker Master & Dynamic has launched a new active noise canceling wireless headphones called MW65 and boy, does it has a rather odd design and yet, looking pretty dope. It does have the retro vibe to it. When most headphone makers would opt for the conventional or square approach, MW65 adopts a longish, round form (and that’s the weird part, btw). Continue reading Here’s The New Master & Dynamic $499 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

Here Are Bowers & Wilkins’ Formation Suite Of Wireless Speakers

When it comes to design, Bowers & Wilkins does not conform to the norm. While everyone out there, from entry level to fellow high-end audio equipment makers, adhered to square or round form, Bowers & Wilkins somehow managed to throw in organic into the mix. This ‘organic’ styling is evident in the company’s latest wireless audio products called Formation. Continue reading Here Are Bowers & Wilkins’ Formation Suite Of Wireless Speakers

This Beyerdynamic Headphones Has Status Light Inside The Ear Cups

If you haven’t already heard, German audiophile hardware maker Beyerdynamic has a pair of active noise cancellation Bluetooth headphones called Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC that has rather odd feature. It has what the company calls “Light Guide System” that uses different colored lights on the inside of the headphones to help you determine the status of the audio cans. It requires you to take the headphones off and look inside the ear cups to check on the current battery status, Bluetooth connection, and to see which sides are left and right. Continue reading This Beyerdynamic Headphones Has Status Light Inside The Ear Cups

Bang & Olufsen’s New TV Has Speakers That Unfold To Reveal A 77-inch TV

There are TVs. There are also very expensive TVs and then there is this: Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony TV, a very expensive TV that blurs the line between a TV and art. Denmark’s purveyor of very expensive audio and visual equipment has unveiled took the wrap of its latest A/V masterpiece at Milan Design Week on April 08, 2019. What makes this TV so extraordinary is, it can transform between a TV and audio system/art piece. Continue reading Bang & Olufsen’s New TV Has Speakers That Unfold To Reveal A 77-inch TV

It is Crazy To Think How Many Features The New McIntosh RS200 Packs

From the front, the new McIntosh RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System looks like a high tech sound bar or sound plate, but it is way, way more. It is the Jack of all trade of the high-fidelity speaker system. Granted, the classic McIntosh look of Output Level meters and chunky knobs is not for everyone, but boy, this little bad boy does pack some very serious features. Continue reading It is Crazy To Think How Many Features The New McIntosh RS200 Packs

If You Are Still Into CDs, Then These Three CD Players May Interest You

Unless you are an audiophile, you probably think CD is as dead as dodo. It probably is (dead) to you if you never hit up any record store, or listen exclusively to Spotify, Pandora, iTunes and the likes. But it is far being dead, or at least it isn’t to the bunch of people who have discerning audio taste (read: audiophiles), or those who still believe in hi-fi equipment. Continue reading If You Are Still Into CDs, Then These Three CD Players May Interest You

Fluance Gets Super Serious With Turntable With New Reference Series

Two years on since it first gotten onto the turntable bandwagon, Fluance is back with new reference high fidelity turntables that promised to “immerse audiophiles in a pure analog vinyl experience.” All told, there are four models in its newly launched Reference Series High Fidelity Turntables, and they are RT82, RT83, RT84 and RT85. Fluance said each of the new turntables is “meticulously designed using the strictest standards to reproduce audio recordings exactly as the musician intended them to be heard.” Out of a vinyl? Well, TBH, I never thought that was possible, but OK. Continue reading Fluance Gets Super Serious With Turntable With New Reference Series

McIntosh Unveils New High-end Turntable, Has Integrated Bluetooth

McIntosh is more notable for its high-end amplifiers, but the seven decade old, Binghamton, New York-based company is no stranger to turntable either. Speaking of which, the company has announced a new vinyl spinner, this time it is an all-in-one that has all the high-end audio equipment’s check boxes ticked, well, at least, it has my check boxes ticked. Continue reading McIntosh Unveils New High-end Turntable, Has Integrated Bluetooth

This is MOMENTUM, Sennheiser’s First True Wireless Earbuds

During the last year’s IFA in August, Sennheiser formerly gets onboard the true wireless earbuds bandwagon with this pair of delightful looking MOMENTUM True Wireless. In simple words: it is just another pair of true wireless earbuds, but the difference is, it is backed by a company with decades of experience in making quality audio equipped, personal audio devices, included. Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless Earbuds is outfitted with advanced Qualcomm apt-X Low Latency compatibility, thus ensuring perfectly lip-synced audio when watching videos. Continue reading This is MOMENTUM, Sennheiser’s First True Wireless Earbuds