Planar

85/100 Planar
Hi everyone, I’m back with another video for a beautiful pair of open-back planar-magnetic headphones called Moondrop Venus. Everyone knows Moondrop by now, as they are one of the fastest growing IEM makers out there and after being impressed by their Starfield and KATO IEMs, I couldn’t wait to try …
91/100 Planar
My Video Review: Planar-magnetic technology dates all the way back to 1970-ties, where brands as Wharfedale, Fostex, Sansui, Aiwa, Yamaha, Audio-Technica and NAD started paving grounds for what later would be known as planar headphones. While others stopped tinkering with such technology, moving …
89/100 Planar
My Video Review: While people still dislike Hifiman’s Susvara price point and their discouraging sensitivity, we love when top-class technology from world’s best planar headphones is making way into lower-tiered headphones at prices that people can actually afford. If you are looking closer, …
82/100 Planar
My Video Review: Sendy Audio and their sister company Sivga Audio always appeared on my radar on a regular basis, as those two always resonated with good looking headphones at affordable prices, that hopefully were good sounding too. A few months ago, we bumped into their AIVA headphone and …
90/100 Planar
My Video Review: Oh, my goodness, what a busy year! It seems that headphone tinkerers around the globe went berserk in 2021 after a dormant 2020. Hifiman went all-in with stealth magnets on their Arya and Deva Pro, Sendy Audio released their golden child – the Peacock, Dan Clark Audio wowed the …
83/100 Planar
My Video Review: There was a time when Audeze was called Audez’e and there was a time when they introduced their first headphones in very limited quantities back in 2009 at CanJam Los Angeles. It was their brain child that was called LCD-1. It was generic looking, but sounded so different …