Reviews

Fostex TH900mk2 Pearl White Review

Fostex’s TH900 has received a few notable upgrades since its original release all the way back in 2012. It was followed up with different color variations and tuning tweaks. Then the TH900 was given the proper upgrade with the TH900mk2, a closed-back headphone that proved to be a critical darling, and we at MajorHiFi rated it fairly high. Experimenting with different colorations and tunings now seems to be the life cycle of TH900, as 2020...

Strauss & Wagner EM205 vs KLIM Fusion Comparison Review

A few weeks ago I reviewed the brand new Strauss and Wagner EM205 for Headphone Dungeon. For a thirty dollar pair of earphones, I was impressed by their energetic sound signature and accurate imaging, and I highly recommended them as an excellent entry point for earbuds. I also thought they were just a nice, simple set of earphones with a solid build that should last you through train rides or long walks. If you happen...

Taotronics SoundLiberty 97 True Wireless Review

Recently, Headphone Dungeon has been covering the SoundLiberty series of true wireless earbuds from Taotronics. The 80, 95, and 95 have made an impression here, delivering a comfortable sound for an affordable price. If you’re familiar with Taotronics on Amazon, you’ll know that they’re a good jumping-off point when getting into true wireless systems. They sport some unique design with mostly simplistic driver components, and sometimes that’s enough for a set of wireless earbuds that...

Final Audio VR3000 Review

Final Audio has gained a lot of appreciation from me over recent months. The EVA 2020 really convinced me that Final has a lot of show for, and their interesting library of products present a wide array of quality gear. A new Final model has now reached my desk, the VR3000. This is a set of earphones tailored toward gaming which you don’t see a lot of. Most game audio paraphernalia is catered to over-ear...

iFi Micro iDSD Signature Versus iFi iDSD NEO

The world of iFi brand DACs is surprisingly expansive. When I ask for an amp to test a pair of cans, nine times out of ten I’ll be handed an iFi to test out the headphone for the review. Sometimes I’m not even sure if anyone else even makes headphone amps. Needless to say, with such a well populated product line, it’s hard to know which one you want. Unless you want to treat iFi’s...

Strauss & Wagner EM205 Review

Every so often I see a limited selection of cheap earbuds, around the thirty to forty dollar range, at stores like Barnes and Noble. I remember once storming in there because I had lost a pair of earbuds and needed something quick to get me through a long subway ride. It was at times like these where I wish something like the Strauss and Wagner EM205 existed. They’re a $39.95 pair of earphones that pack...

COUMI ANC 860 Review

We’ve got more true wireless reviews for you today at Headphone Dungeon, this time with the COUMI ANC 860. I’ve seen a decent amount of praise going around for these buds so I am curious to see if they live up to the hype. I’ve tested my fair share of true wireless systems for this website, and I’m really clamoring for something different. From what I’ve seen so far, the COUMI 860 looks to be...

Taotronics SoundLiberty 95 Review

There are enough true wireless earbuds out there to make an ocean and Taotronic’s SoundLiberty line is its own sea. I couldn’t sleep last night so I counted SoundLiberty earphones until I dozed off and I got all the way to the SoundLiberty 95. It’s a sleek looking black affair that will run you $50.99. Let's take a look. What You Get The SoundLiberty 95 comes with the bare necessities; the earbuds, the charging case,...

Geekee G750 Review

There’s a lot of fish in the sea and there’s a lot of wireless earbuds sitting in backstock. One of many is the bluetooth wireless line offered by Chinese tech company Geekee. The cheapest offering from their series is the G750. Is it a pair worth getting or just another forgettable offering in the wireless sea? What You Get The G750 comes with the basic necessities, a charging pod and cable, three pairs of rubber...

Taotronics SoundLiberty 80 TWS Review

The wireless headphone market is expanding quickly and with no signs of slowing. One of the major contributors to this great influx of options is the Chinese company Taotronics whose SoundLiberty series seems to be growing almost daily. The newest entry to the line is the SoundLiberty 80. We managed to get a pair before release here at Headphone Dungeon and gave them a thorough listen through.    What You Get The SoundLiberty 80 is...

Skull Candy Jib True Wireless Review

SkullCandy is an undeniable presence in the world of headphones and the Jib Earbuds are their lowest cost entry into the world of true wireless earbuds. They are priced at a mere $29.99 so you can’t help but wonder what a thirty dollar set of earbuds can offer. SkullCandy makes their case that they can offer quite a lot.   What You Get That low price of thirty dollars gets you the SkullCandy Jibs, three...

Sennheiser HD560s Review

Sennheiser is one of the most recognizable brands in the world of audio. From microphones to true wireless systems, they’ve had their hand in a lot of different parts of the industry. Consumers and audiophiles have found their own ways to obtain a Sennheiser product, but what if the two met? This is the question brought up by the new 560s, Sennheiser’s latest open-back headphones. They’re no stranger to the world of open-backs, as the...

Enacfire E60 True Wireless Earbud Review

True wireless is getting easier to break into, with these small brands making their names known on Amazon. The affordable pricing also helps that notion, with most of these types of products costing less than a hundred bucks. Enacfire is one of these brands, and I got to try out their E60 model. This is advertised as a sports earbud and is priced affordably at $32.98. Can the E60 make a strong impression? What You...

Taotronics Soundliberty 94 True Wireless Review

Taotronics has been making their brand known on Amazon for quite some time. These smaller brands have made some interesting cases in affordable, consumer true wireless systems. The Soundliberty 94 ANC is the latest earbud making the rounds, and I’ve received a pair of my own to review for you. The Soundliberty 94 will cost you only $52.99 and is available through their website and Amazon.   What You Get TaoTronics ANC True Wireless Stereo...

Queen of Audio Mojito IEM Review

Queen of Audio might be flying under your radar right now, but they are not to be missed. With high-end IEMs getting more pricey be the day, Queen of Audio has mad sure your audiophile earphones have been kept on a generous budget. The Mojito is their flagship model, and it goes for only $399, which might not seem like a huge deal, but considering what flagships from other brands go for nowadays the Mojito...