Brian Hunter  |  Nov 16, 2019  |  2 comments
Grover Neville is a contributing writer for InnerFidelity. In this episode we sit down with the 24-year old headphone reviewer to chat about what his process is like along with his take on living and engaging with personal audio in a forum-based ecosystem.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 12, 2019  |  0 comments
Audio Technica has long been a major headphone manufacturer, though the true high-end, or ‘summit-fi’ of the headphone world has never seemed to look upon them particularly favorably.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 10, 2019  |  6 comments
SPL’s Phonitor line is unusual in that it is one of only a handful of products that truly positions itself as both a professional tool and a consumer-ready luxury.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 08, 2019  |  0 comments
CAF this year was awash with vinyl front ends, something which is a little bit unusual for headphone playback. I’ve seen it start to take more prominence in many headphone listeners rigs however, as LPs becomes more popular with audiophiles of the personal audio disposition.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 06, 2019  |  1 comments
What’s in a name? A lot if you look around the high-end audio world. Just look to MrSpeakers who recently switched-up to Dan Clark Audio.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 04, 2019  |  0 comments
The LTA headphone zone at CAF was full of some of the best headphones on the market, as well as some brand-new and prototype models. Among these were two new headphones from a company called Aurorus Audio.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 03, 2019  |  0 comments
My first stop upon arriving at Capital Audio Fest was the Headamp booth, for no other reason than it’s proximity. The show sprawls across several levels of levels, and the headphone vendors were likewise spread across various floors, mingling with stereo rooms and the vinyl marketplace.
Grover Neville  |  Oct 28, 2019  |  0 comments
One thing the Bluetooth and wireless headphone market nowadays isn’t lacking is choice. When I was sent a pair of Focal Stellia’s, my contacts at Focal also offered a pair of the Focal Sphear Wireless for review, and I figured this was a perfect opportunity to see what Focal has done with their more mainstream offerings in recent years.
Grover Neville  |  Oct 23, 2019  |  0 comments
The Falcon is Noble’s first True Wireless IEM, and has a laundry list of cool design features; dual carbon layer drivers, Bluetooth 5.0, Qualcomm APTx, and TrueWireless stereo plus. The real treat though is the price, which is a very reasonable $156 USD.