Reviews

JBL Club One Wireless Headphones

  FIRST LOOK This design speaks to me. A sleek all-black wireless headphone - the JBL Club One Wireless Headphones look like something our grandkids will be wearing on their hoverbikes - and not only that, the tech behind it proves just as well.  FEATURES These headphones boast Bluetooth compatibility, active noise cancellation, and a 2 hour charge time for up to 45 hours of nonstop tunage (25 hours with the ANC). They also have...

Noble Audio Falcon Pro versus Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

Noble Audio’s Falcon Pro entered the bluetooth earbud market with the gusto of their brand's great prestige and received widely positive feedback. Alongside them at a similar price point, size, style, and reputation is Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 2. After spending some time with the Falcon Pro, I wanted to see how they’d differ from the Momentum 2. The Falcon Pro sells for $329 while the Momentum True Wireless 2 go for $299, putting them...

DUNU Studio SA3 Review

FIRST LOOK I am a sucker for pretty things, and I think it is safe to say that most of you are too. You get exactly that from the DUNU SA 3. You pop the box open to find a dark blue leather hard case, which sets the tone for the aesthetic. Very clean cut and sophisticated. As the affordable cousin of the SA 6, it gave its predecessor a run for its money in...

Noble Audio Falcon Pro – True Wireless Stereo Earbuds Review

Noble Audio has an array of IEMs in their product range which all boast impressive design and sound quality such as the TUX 5 and the Kahn. With the release of their Falcon Pro true wireless stereo earbuds, they further expand their more widely affordable range of products and add a new member to their growing line of bluetooth headphones. Prior to the Falcon Pro, Noble Audio released the Falcon TWS and Falcon TWS 2,...

Kennerton Gjallarhorn GH 50 JM Edition Review

A boutique offshoot of Fisher Audio, Kennerton claims their mission is to put the focus back on audio quality in an industry they feel increasingly values style over fidelity. Their quickly growing line of headphones hail from St. Petersburg, Russia and are gaining further traction as their overseas availability further expands. They recently released the JM edition of their Gjallarhorn GH Model, starting at $1,299. The JM edition is an acoustic modification originated by John...

64 Audio U18s Review

A new rendition of 64 Audio’s 18-driver strong technology, the U18s is the brand’s most recent IEM aimed at “true immersion.” 64 Audio says their goal with the U18s is not to just reproduce the performance, but instead bring the listener into it. The brand's preview 18-driver IEM, the U18 Tzar, along with their 12 and three driver models the U12t and Tia Trió, received a lot of praise, leaving the U18s with big shoes...

Sennheiser IE300 Review

Sennheiser is one of the most recognizable brands in the headphone world, and while they also supply a plethora of other products, only a few come close to the standard of their mainline over-ear models. Their Momentum true wireless earphones are among some of the best on the market, and even the Momentum 3 noise-canceling headphone has acquired some deserving accolades. What Sennheiser hasn’t been that noted for is their line of IEMs. In my...

Kinera YH623 True Wireless Review

With a brand like Kinera, I have come to recognize a certain level of quality when it comes to sound quality and craftsmanship. Their series of IEMs have become some of my personal favorites currently available on the market. Now, Kinera has decided to take a significant departure from its standard fare and made some true wireless earphones. The YH623 is a true wireless system from Kinera priced at $69.99. Does Kinera’s standard for quality...

SuperEQ S1 Wireless Hybrid ANC Headphone Review

No matter how much money you want to spend, headphones have a variety of applications for everyday use. I’m not saying you can slice an onion with them, but headphones can be used for professional, critical, and of course casual use. Most of us use headphones in our everyday lives, and sometimes you just need a cheap, noise-canceling headphone to get through the day. This is where the SuperEQ S1 comes in, a sixty dollar...

Tribit Flybuds NC True Wireless Review

It’s exciting whenever I get to test out a new pair of true wireless earbuds. You really never know what you’re going to get. I’ve tested earbuds in various different price ranges that all have unique sound signatures and functionality. However, there isn’t getting away from the sometimes mangy process in which these earbuds are produced, making for more products at a faster rate in varying qualities. Although it’s easier than ever to find a...

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...