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Introduction to the HiFiMAN RE-600 In-Ear Monitors After reviewing the excellent HiFiMAN RE-400 Waterline in-ear monitors (earphones), I was graciously sent the RE-600 Songbird, a higher-end model offering better performance, for a price. At $399, the RE-600 are a serious investment into music play
Headphone amps are one of those things that you may not realize you need but once you start using it, you can’t imagine life without one. If your computer and desktop speakers or headphones are part of your music listening arsenal, and you spend even a fair amount of time listening through them
Many of you reading this will know that we will be opening our Hi-Fi showroom in Clerkenwell, London at the end of November. For those who didn’t know, the cat is out of the bag. When you are setting up a showroom, the most important (and best) task to do is testing out potential products. Of
Introduction: You should by now know that HiFiMAN discontinued their old IEM line and have now released a new one. They started off with just the RE-400, a 99 pound earphone that stunned everyone, amazing performance at such an affordable price. However that didn’t explain a lot about the R
The iPod is a classic. It looks great and it’s intuitive to use. It’s not very big. But it’s got one flaw – it doesn’t sound too good. Although most users don’t seem to notice that, for anybody who cares about music in all of its aspects, including the sonic dimens
What’s in a single number change? Moving from 5 to 6 should be an evolution of sorts, I mean the EF5 was a pretty powerful little tube amp that packed about 2.5W per channel and took little or no space in 2011. But that was then and this is now and the world of planers has moved onto balanced b
Introduction Background: HiFiMAN is a Chinese manufacturer of high performance headphones and portable audio products. It was founded in 2007 by Dr. Fang Bian. I ordered the HiFiMAN RE-400 Waterline In-Ear Monitor (IEM) from Amazon, US and it was shipped out to my Rockledge, US address by Head-Dire
New York – HiFiMAN brought its next-generation audiophile-oriented personal music player to CE Week and priced it at $1,000. The HM-901 is targeted to ship at the end of July to replace the HM-801, which is out of stock. Compared to its predecessor, the device adds dual DACs instead of a
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