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Noontec Zoro II HD Review

First, I’d like to thank the folks at Noontec for both sending me a sample for review. Design and Build Quality The Zoro II HD are clad mostly in plastic with metal accents on the ear cups and around the headband sliders. They collapse and fold using locking hinges, making …

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Denon AH-D400 Review – Urbanites

Somewhere around 2012, following the departure from longtime OEM Foster, Denon found itself in the tricky position of having to rebuild its headphone line from the ashes of its well-received audiophile headphones, the D2000, D5000 and D7000. This was, and still is, also a time in which the market of …

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Audio-Technica WS77 Review – The Solid Bassline

Introduction First off, I’d like to thank the folks at Audio-Technica for the sample of the WS77 for review. Yes, I’ve been on something of a roll recently with Audio-Technica headphones. First the WS55, then the Pro700MK2 and now the next entry into the Solid Bass portable headphone line, the …

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Sennheiser HD228 Mini Review

Packaging and Accessories: These were purchased refurbished and, as such, I can’t comment on their packaging or accessories. Design and Build Quality: The glossy plastic design and the thin, one sided cable don’t exactly inspire confidence at first glance but I carried them with me on a daily basis in …

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