headphones

  1. North Carolina's Headphone Headquarters

    North Carolina's Headphone Headquarters
    Audio Advice has greatly expanded our selection of headphones in 2015. The headphone industry has exploded over the last 5 years with many new brands emerging. For those interested in a great pair of headphones to enjoy their music, the number of choices can make you shopping experience daunting! The fact is, many of the headphone brands that have become popular are marketed and sold purely as trendy fashion accessory. They don’t sound very good, and the sad thing is, the average consumer may not know what they’re missing! We’ve spent a lot of time testing and culling through products to find the best sounding headphones on the market. For us, it’s about much more than a trendy logo or a celebrity endorsement.
  2. Tone Audio: Grado Labs Factory Tour

    Tone Audio: Grado Labs Factory Tour
    Online magazine Tone Audio takes a factory tour of long time Audio Advice partners, Grado Labs. "Sitting with a rather antsy John Grado in the third floor listening room at Grado’s factory in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn, one gets the sense that the storied manufacturer of headphones and phono cartridges has not been this busy in decades. Grado...
  3. Gift Guide 2013: PSB M4U-2 Headphones

    Gift Guide 2013: PSB M4U-2 Headphones
    PSB’s M4U-2 is the award-winningest headphone on the planet. PSB founder Paul Barton spent hundreds of hours in acoustic labs at the NRC (Canada’s National Research Center) testing how the human ear and headphones interact. The result is one of the best sounding headphones around and without question, the best for the money. The M4U-2 has a very smooth, neutral...
  4. Bowers & Wilkins introduces new P7 over-ear headphones

    Bowers & Wilkins introduces new P7 over-ear headphones
    Forbes: "The Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) P7s are the company’s first over-ear headphones, the logical step after two on-ear headphones (P5 and P3), and the in-ear C5s. They’re certainly entering a hot and competitive market: At $400 there is a lot of truly excellent competition." Read the full review here.
  5. Interview with PSB's Paul Barton on High-End Headphones

    Interview with PSB's Paul Barton on High-End Headphones
    "Hi-Fi+ Publisher Chris Martens recently had an opportunity to catch up with Paul Barton, founder of and chief designer for PSB Speakers of Ontario, Canada. In particular, we took the opportunity to ask Mr. Barton about how PSB—a firm specifically known for its high performance/high value loudspeakers—decided to become a manufacturer of serious, high-end headphones." Read the full interview here.

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