About the Editor

My love for headphones stems from where most peoples does from a love for music.  About 6 years ago I started listening to music more and more through headphones when I moved into an apartment and couldn’t use the home stereo that I had as much.  I’ve come to enjoy headphones more than my homestereo and still use them almost exclusively for music.  I like the presentation of headphones and I like that I can have several different sound signatures available without rooms to put them all in.

PeachBudz
Shop headphone selection

Eight months ago I started working at PeachBudz and my headphone collection grew extensively.  From a few headphones ranging from $100-$300 to well over a dozen in the $300-$700 range.  I also have access to about 50 headphones and 50 in ears through the shop.  I found myself in a unique position to review headphones and be able to do so based on comparison of all I have available to me.  So I wanted to start a site that I could review headphones and talk about trends that I notice at the shop as a whole.

Listening Station
The amps and headphones I am listening to at any given time are stored here.

Headphones in my collection:

  • Shure SRH750DJ
  • AKG K550
  • Grado PS-500
  • Sennheiser RS 180
  • Skullcandy MixMasterMike
  • Klipsch Reference One
  • Bowers and Wilkins P5
  • AKG Q701
  • Denon AH-D600
  • Sennheiser HD650
  • Sennheiser Amperior
  • Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro
  • HiFiMAN HE-500
Amps
The Amps/Dacs that I listen to most music through

Amps:

  • Headroom Desktop Amp
  • Fostex HP-P1
  • NuForce U-DAC 2
  • HiFiMAN EF5

Sources:

  • Mac Pro, Macbook Air (running Amarra)
  • Ipod Classic (160 GB 7th Generation)
  • Rega Planar 3

 

If you would like your products reviewed or have any questions for me please contact me via email at:

Bryan@HeadFreqs.com

Thanks,

Bryan

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