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Brian Hunter  |  Jan 12, 2019  |  0 comments
The trek out to CES in Las Vegas isn’t usually as bad as actually getting around at the show. The event is absolutely massive in comparison to the usual audiophile circuit, and most of the new headphone tech is housed in the very populated South Hall of the LV Convention Center. The South Hall at CES 2019 (and the direction of headphones in general) can be summed up in two words for 2019 – “True Wireless.”
Brian Hunter  |  Dec 20, 2018  |  0 comments
Zach Mehrbach of ZMF Headphones talks to us with a transparency that is sure to intrigue anyone interested in the subject of headphone entrepreneurship.
Brian Hunter  |  Dec 02, 2018  |  2 comments
Dan Clark and his company MrSpeakers have risen to a position of significant standing within the high-end personal audio community. Birthed as one of their own, Dan started his headphone business modding Fostex T50RP headphones as a way to fund bespoke-driver aspirations of his own design.
Brian Hunter  |  Nov 16, 2018  |  0 comments
Episode No. 4: From the original LCD-1 driver to a full lineup of planar-magnetic headphones, Audeze’s meteoric rise as one of personal audio’s premium headphone makers has been undeniably impressive in the crowded space of the market.
Brian Hunter  |  Oct 28, 2018  |  0 comments
Episode No. 3: While Focal has firmly planted their feet in the loudspeaker realm, much has come out of the France-based camp in the way of high fidelity headphones in recent years.
Brian Hunter  |  Oct 02, 2018  |  4 comments
Welcome to the second edition of the InnerFidelity Podcast which features an interview with Jason Stoddard, co-founder of Schiit Audio. In this podcast Stoddard discusses the basics of audio design and what it's like to run a company with explosive growth.
Brian Hunter  |  Aug 31, 2018  |  8 comments
Welcome to the premiere edition of the InnerFidelity Podcast featuring a brief shout out from new managing editor Rafe Arnott and then an in-depth interview by Brian Hunter with Campfire Audio CEO Ken Ball.
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