Grover Neville

Grover Neville  |  Dec 26, 2019  |  4 comments
The title is the chummy way of putting it, let’s be honest, change, like the horror movie monster you never see completely on-screen, is more than scary, it’s downright eerie. And much like that monster, change is slower and more perceptible in moments of hindsight than foresight.
Grover Neville, Rafe Arnott  |  Dec 21, 2019  |  1 comments
When I began talking with Rafe about the docket of pieces we have planned for December, the subject of a ‘product of the year’ was one of the first ones that came up. For me awards or praise beyond a review are uncommon.
Rafe Arnott, Grover Neville  |  Dec 18, 2019  |  7 comments
The air starts to get a little thin when you’re reaching to pull 25 or more Ben Franklins out of your wallet, but there’s an excitement involved with this level of purchasing power that exudes commitment to what you’re throwing down hard-earned cash for.
Rafe Arnott, Grover Neville  |  Dec 16, 2019  |  4 comments
Climbing up the price ladder in personal audio doesn’t always guarantee you’ll be happier with the sonics – just like two-channel there can be sideways moves or tradeoffs – but, it usually means you’re getting better spec’d, better built and better sounding gear as a rule, as opposed to being the exception.
Rafe Arnott, Grover Neville  |  Dec 14, 2019  |  2 comments
Another year has flown by and with it another of year experiencing as much of the personal-audio hobby as we’re able to here at InnerFidelity. There have been many standout products that we were fortunate enough to have grace our pages in 2019, but the following were truly impressive for not only performance, but for price and build quality.
Grover Neville  |  Dec 02, 2019  |  2 comments
More new music is here, mostly from November, a few late October releases that were too good to pass up. I’ve done something a bit different – each album has a short blurb from myself, as well as a genre tag.
Grover Neville  |  Nov 26, 2019  |  0 comments
Capital AudioFest this year was an interesting bag. I did not expect to find as many new and prototype headphones as I did at such a relatively small show. In that regard the show really lived up to it’s slogan as the ‘Premiere East Coast Audio Show.’
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.

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