HifiMan. By name they perhaps hope for the once ubiquity of Sony's Walkman. And HifiMan's actual chances of achieving a relative degree of ubiquity are a lot higher than they are for most hifi companies.
The HiFiMan HM-901 is a game changer: it's easily the best-sounding portable music player on the planet. I cover a wide range of high-end portable music players on this blog. I've favorably reviewed the $200 FiiO X3 and $350 FiiO X5 players, and a bunch of portable digital converters/headphone amp
HiFiMAN HM-802 Portable High Resolution Music Player Review Highlights HiFiMAN is probably best known for their headphones and headphone amplifiers, some of which we have reviewed, but they also manufacture portable music players, as an alternative to the ubiqutious iPod. The HM-802 is one of sev
PRICE $399 AT A GLANCE Plus Super tiny and lightweight Accurate and transparent Wide-open soundstage Minus Lacks microphone and phone controls THE VERDICT Hifiman's uber-comfortable RE-600 offers superb transparency and accurate tonal balance. Even when I heard one of Hifiman's very first headp
Change in HiFi is inevitable. Among the lines of people gathered into the long corridor of Newport’s Headphonium Too, Hifiman’s retrofitted display housed a few hidden gems of inevitable change. With a focus on weight management HifiMan will soon be updating two of their popular full-siz