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HifiMan. By name they perhaps hope for the once ubiquity of Sony's Walkman. And HifiMan's actual chances of achieving a relative degree of ubiquity are a lot higher than they are for most hifi companies.
The HiFiMan HM-901 is a game changer: it's easily the best-sounding portable music player on the planet. I cover a wide range of high-end portable music players on this blog. I've favorably reviewed the $200 FiiO X3 and $350 FiiO X5 players, and a bunch of portable digital converters/headphone amp
HiFiMAN HM-802 Portable High Resolution Music Player Review Highlights HiFiMAN is probably best known for their headphones and headphone amplifiers, some of which we have reviewed, but they also manufacture portable music players, as an alternative to the ubiqutious iPod. The HM-802 is one of sev
PRICE $399 AT A GLANCE Plus Super tiny and lightweight Accurate and transparent Wide-open soundstage Minus Lacks microphone and phone controls THE VERDICT Hifiman's uber-comfortable RE-600 offers superb transparency and accurate tonal balance. Even when I heard one of Hifiman's very first headp
Introduction HiFiMAN (then Head-Direct) was responsible for the surge of interest in orthodynamic headphones when they launched their HE-5 headphone a few years ago. Since then, we have had the pleasure of testing their HE-400, HE-500, and HE-6 headphones which all featured orthodynamic drivers. Duri
Pros: very detailed warm neutral sound which is fun to listen to! Cons: bass (I know its neutral and I shouldn't have high expectations for it :)) Arrived in a very elegant package, this "waterline" labeled RE-400 model looked very sharp. Just like with HM700/RE-400B, a lot of attention was
Hifiman can claim to have been one of the original proponents of the new wave DAP market when back around 2007 they launched the HM series with the excellent if somewhat ’boutique’ HM-801 and then in 2011 came the lower level but no less capable HM-602. Not without their faults, especial
HE-560 INITIAL IMPRESSIONS FROM DAY 1 (before my full review): I probably won't post much more after this about them until I've had several intensive listening sessions with the HE-560 for my review, which will include these comments below. I received the HE-560 4 days ago, and plugged them into my
Preface Much thanks to Hifiman Dr. Fang Bian for giving a few of us this opportunity to check out the HE-560 early. Being an avid modder, this is definitely one of the most welcoming new headphone line revamps I’ve seen in recent years with regards to ergonomics and design. Just as important
HiFiMAN has been making DAPs since about 2009, but they’d always been hulking slabs of audio gear. The HM-801, while smaller than the iPod+amp stacks that were the norm then, was still a 4.5×3 inches and an inch thick, not the most pocketable of DAPs. Even the HM-602, which followed, was
Put down your iPhone or Android device. Stop listening to that iPod or Walkman. And if you think a streaming service is doing your music justice, then open your ears! Fidelity is our rousing cry today, as we gaze deep into the compressed abyss that is MP3. Lossy files are everywhere, and the name i
FIRST LOOK: HIFIMAN HM-901 HIGH-RESOLUTION DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER/DAC What follows is a “First Look” blog about a very special high-performance digital audio player that has, if truth be told, gone through one of the longest gestation periods in personal audio history. The product I am spe
If you're more worried about the sound of your music than features, leave your iPod — or god forbid Zune — at home and hit the road with the HifiMan HM-700 Portable Music Player. Designed with maximum fidelity in find, it features a headphone jack with balanced connectors, which minimize
Together with Chris at Totally Dubbed we have created the ultimate earphone guides. HiFiMAN RE-400: These IEMs need little introducing. They punch so far above their price tag it is unbelievable. This is why my sub £150 pick at just £70. They have great balance along with an abundanc
The new reference music player is a descendant of the company's HM-901. Not all of the AV at CES 2014 is ginormous. HiFiMAN is looking to put killer audio into your pocket. The company just introduced the HM-802 Reference Music Player. Designed as a descendant of the company’s HM-901, the HM-

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