Category High Fidelity

Chapter 1 – Guide on the Best Gaming Audio Setups and How to Get The Most Out of Your Gaming Headphones

Audio is essential in many games. Whether it's first person shooters, horror games, strategy games or anything else! If you're tired of basic gaming headsets and want maximum sound quality to immerse yourself into the game, here are some tips on what you can do to make sure you get the most out of your gaming headset. Finally, we'll show you some gaming headphone setups for different types of gamers.

Philips SHP6000 Review

With a frequency response between 16 and 23 kHz, the SHP-6000 comes with 40 mm drivers that can give you fantastic bass experiences. The ear pads are designed so that adaptive adjustments can be made to the shape of the ears. That way, it can improve the steadiness and balanced pressure on an individual's ears and head to obtain premium listening quality, including distortion blockage and wearing comfort.​ Even though the Philips SHP-6000 are praised for their quality, it should not be compared to Audio-Technica ATH-AVA300 models and Sennheiser HD 215 II, far more costly hi-fi models. The price of the headphone is justified with the built sound and quality. When using the 40mm drivers, the user will experience adequate mid-range and intense bass. The frequencies remain consistent, even at peak sound.

Meze 99 Neo Review

The Romanian company Meze has done many things right and has made a start in the headphone scene that many other companies surely dreamt of. The first headphone with which Meze entered the international stage, the 99 Classics, is a convincing all-round product. With the 99 Neo, Meze now presents a slightly less expensive model of the 99 series that retains the same elegant appearance and sound signature.​ While the Classics have a dignified, warm, and natural appearance, the NEO has a cool, modern, and technical flair. This is noticeable in the price and the slightly more unique bass response: The NEO currently costs around $250 and is around $50 less than the Classics.

Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro (250 Ohms) Review

The German manufacturer Beyerdynamic already sells several professional headphones and recognizes the effectiveness of its headphones: One is the DT 770, which is a closed headphone, the other is the DT 880, which is semi-open, whereas Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro fulfills the role of fully open headphones in the studio headphones series. The latter has been reviewed in the following sections to see if the brand has maintained its quality hallmark. In this way, you can understand why the brand continues to attract the largest number of users. ​ To better understand how these headphones work, we decided to create a thorough review of the DT 990 Pro Professional studio headphones. The following sections are a brief summary of the package, the design, features, technology, and sound performance of the DT 990 Pro 250-Ohms.

DALI iO-6 Review – High-Fidelity Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation

When DALI released iO-6, a noise-canceling wireless headphone, they also released a headphone without NC iO-4. All characteristics are identical. The headphones differ only in the amplifier chips and the noise-canceling system. Even though the differences are minimal, the company's engineers tuned both iO-4 and iO-6 to sound similar.​ As the first enclosed headset of the Danish brand, DALI iO-6 is a wireless headset with wireless connectivity, built-in noise cancellation system offering up to 30 hours of battery life. The headset is well-designed and features an excellent sound quality, including active noise cancellation of external noise. The IO-6 from DALI can compete with many premium wireless noise-canceling headphones in sound quality, although they fall slightly short regarding their ability to eliminate noises.

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Review

British manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins includes into the PX series of wireless noise-canceling headphones two fantastic-sounding devices - PX5 and the flagship model PX7. The novelty can play music for up to 30 hours without recharging and supports Qualcomm's latest technology - aptX Adaptive, which can dynamically adapt the audio compression parameters to the content being played and listening conditions. Aside from the technical commentary, Bowers & Wilkins PX7 is a high-quality over-ear wireless headphone with active noise cancelling. It’s the top-of-the-line wireless model of the renewed PX line. It embodies a stylish corporate design, a superb manufacturing quality featuring only high-quality materials. Among the apparent aspects of the modern flagship, PX7’s hallmarks resemble a beautiful sound reproduction, plenty of functionality, and long-lasting comfort.

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 3rd Gen Review

BeoPlay H9 3rd gen represents the Danish's high-end acoustic device. The third generation of its Bluetooth noise-isolating active headphones offering a subtle upgrade over the 2nd gen that will likely appeal to the current fans of B&O. As high-end as ever, the noise-canceling wireless headset has been enhanced with voice assistant management and a few other subtle improvements. When it comes to sound engineering, perfection is almost always out of reach. The development of such high-fidelity noise cancelling headphone is the result of engineers and high-end designers of Bang & Olufsen.

Sennheiser HD 560S Review

Beautiful-sounding audiophile headphones should be made of high-quality materials and should not be listened to while running or in the subway's noise but in their own homes' peace and comfort. That's the demand the budget hi-fi Sennheiser HD560S headphones are intended to satisfy.​ The headphones of the 500 series have always held a special place in the company’s model range. After buying a pair of entry-level “500” series headphones, many music lovers began to think seriously about buying a pair of top-end high fidelity Sennheiser headphones. At least out of curiosity—if these moderately inexpensive “headphones” can play this good, what can the flagship model do?`