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FiiO Headphone Amplifiers

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: October 5, 2009

I'm not really good with auditory perceptions so when I was asked to check out these heaphone amplifiers by FiiO (fee-yo), I was a little hesitant because I thought I'd need a good set of ears to figure out the difference. To those who are a bit particular with the sound quality of their headphones or music players, FiiO amps are supposed to help increase the volume and over-all audio quality. The amps are small devices that goes between your media player and your headphones. There's a TI (Texas Instruments) chip inside that processes the signal to give it a…

Audio-Technica ATH-BB500 Review

Relevance: 8%      Posted on: March 18, 2012

Audio Technica has been around for quite some time and is well-known for manufacturing a wide range of high-quality audio devices. They try to cater to audiophiles and average Joes by making headphones that doesn’t only sound good but also look good. A testament to that is the ATH-BB500. Here's a quick run-down of its specs: Type: Airtightness dynamic type Driver: 44mm Impedance: 34 ohms Output overpressure value: 103dB/mW Largest input: 1200mW Playback frequency zone: 20 - 22,000Hz Mass: 210g Cord length: 1.2m Plug: 3.5 gold plated stereos mini-plug Unboxing and first impression. The box is actually quite bulky. Inside…

Audio Technica ATH-M50 Review

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The Audio-Technica ATH M50 has been around for almost three years now. Since it was released, it has received countless positive feedbacks from audiophiles and casual listeners because of its superb sound reproduction for its price. Find out why these pair of monitors has gained the hearts of audioheads around the world in our full review after the jump. I’ve been wanting to buy myself a decent pair of headphones for a long time now but never really got the chance to do it because of tight budget. We all know how expensive a professional monitor can be. But since…

Lenovo A7000 with Dolby ATMOS Review

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Just last week Lenovo officially introduced its latest offering in its A series of smartphones -- the A7000. It carries an octa-core CPU, 2GB RAM, LTE connectivity, and a unique Dolby ATMOS sound technology that makes it the first phone to have the said feature to make movie-watching and music playing more enjoyable for its users. Design and Construction The A7000 has a 5.5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 720. Its bezels are slim enough which should make the display pop out more when it is used. At only 8mm, the A7000 keeps a thin profile which positively adds to…