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I would like to thank HiFiMan for making the RE-600 available to me for review. I would like to add that I am not an employee or in any other way associated with HiFiMan or Head-Direct other than being a satisfied customer for quite a number of years. It was with much interest and anticipation that
Many high end audiophile products such as amplifiers, speakers, headphones and even connection cords and power conditioners are sold with the advice that they will produce better sound when they are used. Many manufacturers recommend burn in for audio components before the full benefit will be realiz
I've just been in such a nice place listening to HiFiMAN EF-6, HE-6, and Metrum HEX, that I just had to scribble something about it. The fashion in which these pieces of gear compliment each other makes it hard to write. In fact, I turned off my email, lowered the lights, and surrendered to the idea
Hifiman has been producing fine audiophile products for a while now. Their full size headphones help lead the charge for planer magnetic drivers (HE-6, HE500) and they more recently started producing less expensive dynamic drivers as well (HE-300). They even popped up quite a bit at a recent Head-Fi
The HiFiMAN RE-400s Waterline cost $99. By definition, waterline is the point where a boat meets the water. According to HiFiMAN representative Peter Hoagland, “waterline” implies these headphones are “reference for its class”. Is HiFiMAN trying to say these headphones float
Hi! My name is Lachlan. This is my first article for CYMBACAVUM, but you may have already seen some of my YouTube video reviews pop up on the site. I thought that for my first piece I would look at a notable in-ear earphone, the HiFiMAN RE-400. Rather than simply regurgitate the information presented
The good: The affordable HiFiMan RE-400s have an attractive, understated design with machined aluminum ear pieces. They're lightweight and comfortable to wear and offer exceptionally pure and refined sound. The bad: No inline remote/microphone for cell phone calls; no protective carrying case include
Introduction to the HiFiMAN HE-300 headphones HifiMAN headphones are well known around these parts in the Secrets community. A Headphone of the Year award will do that for you. In a possible effort to "spread the wealth" and grant access to their awesome headphones without breaking the bank
When In Manila, HiFiman has brought some new products to their earphone line. Part of that is their new HiFiman RE-400, and I just have happened to got my hands on one. HiFiman is better known for their headphone lines which cater to the Orthodynamic technology. They are more know for full-sized cans
The very aptly named HiFiMan has been around since 2007, and I first became aware of the company from the ads for their high performance portable file players. They have developed into a one-stop shopping destination for portable audio lovers. In addition to players, they currently offer headphones
HifiMan first taste of success in the IEM world comes when RE0’s price was lowered to $99 during the Black Friday sale a few years ago. It was an instant hit and really set the bar high for what $100 can buy. However, the new $99 RE400 isn’t just here to repeat that success - according to
HiFiMan is a very well regarded Chinese Headphones, Earphones and Portable Players manufacturer that was founded in 2007 by Dr. Fang Bian. Their IEMs line is known to give a very good value for the money; from the RE0 the RE-ZERO to the RE262 the RE272, all are known for that. Lately, the company has
Introduction Around here, HiFiMan needs no introduction. I first learned of them in early 2010, back when they were known as Head-Direct (which is still the name of their web store) and I purchased the RE0 after my faithful V-Moda Bass-Freq IEMs gave up the ghost and reading impressions on Head-Fi. S
First Impressions: Since these are pre retail they aren’t in anything fancy. I don’t mind that though, I’ve heard a bunch of HiFiMAN IEM’s and everyone one of them has been jaw droppingly good. I have little doubt that the RE-400 is going to be any different but given they see
Introduction HiFiMAN was one of the first brands to produce high performance in-ears based around a dynamic driver. RE-series in-ears have always provided excellent bang for the buck and are highly touted, even amongst audiophiles. Today, we are taking a look at HiFiMAN's newest RE-series in-ear solu