The headphone show CanJam Europe took place last weekend, although we could not be there ourselves, it sounds like it was once again a great success, reinforcing it’s international status. Exhibitors from Israel, USA, Singapore, China, Serbia, Italy, Great Britain and several other countries presented their 111 brands to around 1,000 visitors from all over Europe and beyond. Read on for pictures and more info on who won those ‘Best In Show’ Awards. More »

Focal, the French speaker and headphone manufacturer has today unveiled Clear, the company’s newest reference headphone. Clear is Focal’s new circum-aural open-back headphone for audiophiles and represents a new evolution of Focal’s open-back, full-range speaker headphone family. More »

Electromod unveiled the open-back version of the MrSpeakers Aeon Flow at The Indulgence Show in London last weekend. They were getting a lot of attention at the show, with one young man we met having made a beeline to the Electromod stand specifically to try them out. More »

CanJam Europe, Europe’s largest headphone show, will be held on 04. + 05. November 2017, for the first time in Berlin, Germany. At the music hotel nhow, right in the creative district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, more than 100 brands welcome headphone-interested visitors and invite them to test, compare and buy. The show is now in its 5th year. More »

Bowers & Wilkins, the British speaker brand has announced the launch of PX, the company’s first noise cancelling wireless headphones. The PX responds intelligently to the wearer’s behaviour, for a ‘seamlessly intuitive listening experience’. More »

The UK’s biggest headphone experience, headroom@Indulgence, returns to the capital this autumn showcasing the latest trends in portable audio technology plus the widest range of demonstrable headphones in the UK. More »

Audeara, which the makers claim are the world’s first ‘full fidelity headphones’ with an in built hearing test to protect users ears, is currently a live project on Kickstarter. The project reached its funding target within the first 15 hours and has now more than doubled its original target. More »

Erzetich make a habit of telling you their products are evil animals, and that they need to be tamed after the company cage them in the cardboard boxes ready for their new home. Even the company logo looks like a bull ready to charge at you, being a circle with two horns. Janine Elliot runs with the bulls with the Perfidus Class A headphone amp costing £999.  More »

roksponsmallThe original nano iDSD was aimed squarely at the US $200 price class. The new nano iDSD LE (Light Edition) in dark titanium is a $129 reboot. It features the same True Native’ Burr-Brown PCM/DSD chipset., headphone power output of 130mW with 10-hour battery life and RCA outputs on analogue volume control. More »