John Grandberg

John Grandberg  |  Jun 30, 2015  |  5 comments

An updated version of the DAC I enjoyed so much a few years back—with several minor complaints addressed. What's not to like?

John Grandberg  |  Jun 19, 2015  |  66 comments

Interested in a reference quality, powerhouse amplifier to drive any headphone in existence, from big cans to sensitive IEMs? Look no further than the Violectric V281.

John Grandberg  |  May 27, 2015  |  6 comments
A "new" custom IEM company that's been around for 30 years? Yeah, there's a story in there somewhere.
John Grandberg  |  Apr 21, 2015  |  74 comments
Editors Note: In an effort to produce a Wall of Fame page for digital audio players, John Grandberg has set about surveying the territory to uncover the the great from the merely good. In this first installment, seven players are considered.
John Grandberg  |  Jan 12, 2015  |  12 comments
Three reasonably affordable compact desktop speakers with built-in USB DAC connectivity. Are any of them worth considering? You bet!
Tyll Hertsens, John Grandberg, n_maher, ljokerl, Skylab  |  Nov 25, 2014  |  25 comments

It's that time of year again, pondering over cool gifts for the audiophile or headphone enthusiast in your life can be a chore. Well, the InnerFidelity writers have just made your choosing a bit simpler by producing our Holiday Gift Guide for this year. Some really cool stuff in the guide this year. (I particularly liked Nate's DIY oscilloscope choice—man, what I woulda done to have one of those as a teen.)

So, peruse the gift guide for the next few pages and keep in mind those audio geeks you love, maybe that perfect gift will jump right out at you!

John Grandberg  |  Oct 27, 2014  |  10 comments

Noble Audio has been shaking things up in the world of custom in-ear monitors. I take two models for a spin and see if they really deserve all the attention they've been getting.

John Grandberg  |  Jul 18, 2014  |  9 comments

NuForce augments their Home Series lineup with a reasonably affordable and seemingly innocuous new model. Look closer, though, and you'll find the HA-200 has a trick up it's sleeve....

John Grandberg  |  Jun 17, 2014  |  11 comments

About the size of a roll of quarters—and far lighter—the Resonessence Labs Herus is a portable DSD capable USB DAC with onboard headphone amp. There's no way a tiny thing like that could actually be any good, right? That was my thinking when Resonessence offered to send one for review.

I figured I should try it anyway, and boy am I glad I did.

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