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    Acoustune AET07 EartipsAcoustune AET07 Eartips

    Acoustune AET07 Eartips

    The AET07 range is designed for wide-range clarity, giving an immediately noticeable space extension to your IEMs. They are soft and comfortable to wear, and a top favourite amongst our customers. Available in multiple colours, sold as single pairs. If you would like more bass focus on your IEMs, you might want to consider the AET08.

    $8

    Our Price | $8

    Sennheiser HD650Sennheiser HD650

    Sennheiser HD650

    A classic evolved: Sennheiser's HD650 rolled out six years after its predecessor, the HD600, and went on to earn its own cult status.  The new millenium saw a rise in genres of electronic music and Sennheiser scored in its response with this warmer, bassier cousin to the HD600. This became one of the most important models in Head-Fi ever to have been released, justifying its place in the headphone history books. [See Product Desc. For More] Innerfidelity's Tyll Hertsens brings the social studies for one of the hobby's most important headphones. Check out the rest of Sennheiser's legendary line-up here, or view our other open-back headphone options here as well as the amplifiers to drive them here. // Most customers test the HD650 alongside the HD600, and the HD660s. // Care tip: We recommend changing earpads every year or two for hygiene reasons. Check out the KITO or YAXI range if you need to freshen the headphones up. Bad smelling headphones aren't cool.  // For added headband comfort: Check out the DEKONI Nuggets.

    $699

    Our Price | $550

    iFi hip-daciFi hip-dac

    iFi hip-dac

    iFi Audio's hip-dac is the perfect companion for music lovers on the go. Not only will its 4.4mm balanced and regular 3.5mm outputs make your tunes sound fabulous, its hot, on-trend styling will make them look pretty amazing too. Now a 5 ⭐ hit on What Hi-Fi?. Smartly dressed in petrol blue with a touch of copper, the battery-powered hip-dac was designed to slip discreetly into your pocket but its cool look might mean you want to keep it on display. Headfonia add that you "get a very natural slightly warm sound with forward mids...technicalities-wise the device is excellent with great resolution, transparency, and separation". With enough power to drive 300 ohm Sennheisers or ZMF Headphones, and 420 ohm Audio-Technicas, hip-dac is there to stay. See the rest of iFi Audio's innovations here, or browse the rest of our collection of DACs and amplifiers here.Shop MITER case in Olive or Blue leather here.

    $229

    Our Price | $217.55

    iBasso DX300iBasso DX300
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    iBasso DX300

    The highest expectations accompany the launch of iBasso Audio's fourth-generation flagship player. DX300 has lots to live up to and comes charging out the gates embedded with the DNA that has made all its predecessors overwhelming successes to date. That was abundantly clear with Headfonics praising its "natural tone, a tube-like quality yet still with a very black background that's easy on the ear with beautiful texture in both instruments and vocals as well as excellent staging to flesh it out". The phablet treatment was totally worth it to Twister6's ears. [See Product Desc. For More] Fourth-generation means four times the decoding power, with DX300 packing four of the Cirrus Logic CS43198 DAC chips that distinguished iBasso's entry DX160 as one of Head-Fi's most transparent sources at any price. This flagship is similarly unbridled in exposing detail with zeal, while developing a full palette of tonal colour, saturation and involvement. Naturally, doubling up the number of DAC chips wasn't a guarantee of quality on its own so iBasso tout an FPGA supplying DX300's raw decoding capability with dedicated code and a master clock able to eradicate jitter to its lowest levels. Little wonder Headfonia placed it on its 'Recommended Buys' list as a "a no-brainer, outperforming many players, sometimes much more expensive". The dual, separate batteries and completely isolated power supplies that made their first appearance in DX220 MAX come built in here. The analog supply independently feeds a discrete architecture Amp 11, capable of pushing over 1,200 milliwatts of clean power into demanding loads. Focal, Rosson Audio Design, Sennheiser and ZMF Headphones will drink up a current output of up to 2 amperes and voltage swings to 7.1Vrms. Built with FET inputs and running on a high eight volt internal operating voltage that translates to greater open-loop linearity, Amp 11's 2.5mm, 3.5mm and 4.4mm phone jacks double as line outputs. 125dB of signal-to-noise ratio speaks for the thoroughness of the circuit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ⓗⓔⓐⓓⓟⓘⓔ (@headpie) DX300's sheer usability on the go is backed by a Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of memory and Android 9.0 for eight times MQA-ready Tidal and Spotify streaming. It's a complete suite of features ready to usher in a future of the next decade of DAPs. Also, look up DX300's Amp12 upgrade module here particularly as a hardware line-out to Cayin Audio's C9, iBasso's other releases here, or view all our music players here.

    $1,699

    Our Price | $1,649

    Zeppelin & Co. Omega Wooden Headphone StandZeppelin & Co. Omega Wooden Headphone Stand

    Zeppelin & Co. Omega Wooden Headphone Stand

    Everyone needs one. We picked the top quality compressed wood with our favourite finishes in Walnut, Zebra & Ashwood and made them in a regular omega shape, or a 2-piece X cross stand for you to tuck the cable away in the middle. What do our customers think:1. Stax customers prefer the X-stand so the cable rests in the cradle.2. Classic walnut omega is a perpetual favourite.3. Zebra pops the colour on your headphones if they're plain in design. It's the classic finishing piece to your desktop set up, and a perfect gift for a friend's birthday or Christmas, or anything, really. 

    $49

    Our Price | $49

    Final Audio MMCX Assist

    Final Audio MMCX Assist

    We've seen lots of faces turn blue, pink, purple, green from trying to detach a cable from IEMs with MMCX connection. Corners of shirts were pulled, fingers getting dented from pure brute force. Nails broken- but agony's over when the colour of genius is yellow, yellow like these little helpful clips so you retain your composure during an extreme cable test launch event, or when you're braids shopping. Why do we spend time writing about a wee clip like this? We don't know, but we hope you enjoyed reading about it. #wesodrama

    $14.90

    Our Price | $14.90

    Sennheiser HD560SSennheiser HD560S

    Sennheiser HD560S

    Sennheiser celebrate the turn of the decade ready to build a new legacy with the HD560S. Affordable open-back headphones now have a new face fronting excellence.  HD560S lovers will delight in its superb detail retrieval excelling in reproducing details in strings and other acoustic instruments in pristine recordings. StereoNET praise it to "someone looking for clean, no-nonsense sound without breaking the bank". [See Product Desc. For More] Spatially, angled drivers with EAR (Ergonomic Acoustic Refinement) technology from Sennheiser create a realistic portrayal of stage rarely heard in open-back headphones at price point. Its 120ohm impedance makes HD560S a great match for any integrated amplifier's headphone outputs, ruling out source impedance mismatches. Headfonia says its "balance is impressive and the longer you listen to this headphone, the better it gets", adding it to his list of Recommended Buys. This is unfussy reference listening that'll bring out the most of the recordings you want pristinely rendered – this here stands up to all scrutiny. View all of Sennheiser's other offerings here, or check out all our other headphones here.

    $299

    Our Price | $279

    Ikko OH10 ObsidianIkko OH10 Obsidian

    Ikko OH10 Obsidian

    A copper chassis immediately makes people take Ikko's OH10 seriously, this gloss obsidian housing encasing a hybrid array of drivers that plumbs the bassy depths of your music while giving a sprinkling of highs to make your listening come to life. Moonstar Reviews lauds OH10 for "an outstanding performance for its price in terms sound and build quality...offers an impressive bass response with some entertaining sub-bass rumble and good level of resolution". It's a "drums n bass god" to Soundnews. The appeal to the masses isn't lost on Headphonesty. OH10 also got The Headphone List coverage alongside OH1 for two offerings that cover different audiophile bases. Check out all of Ikko's offerings here, or look at the rest of our earphone line-up here.

    $299

    Our Price | $279

    iFi Zen DAC V2iFi Zen DAC V2

    iFi Zen DAC V2

    iFi Audio's Zen DAC sports a 4.4mm balanced headphone output unheard of at this price, and unfolds and decodes MQA; perfect for Tidal users. Now a 5 ⭐ hit on What Hi-Fi?. [See Product Desc. For More] HIFI Trends adored Zen DAC. With enough power to drive a 300 ohm Sennheiser or ZMF Headphones, and 420 ohm Audio-Technica, this is here to stay. As you continue upgrading your rig, this 32-bit/384kHz and DSD256 Zen DAC grows with you. Use it to decode digital and feed a balanced analog signal into your other devices as a hub! See the rest of iFi Audio's innovations here, or browse the rest of our collection of DACs and amplifiers here.

    $229

    Our Price | $217.55