Umair Mohsin @jagdecat

The life of a Marketing Consultant and An AV enthusiast #audiophile

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    May 26th at 4:57pm
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    The Audio Technica ATHAD500X are designed for incredibly comfortable listening. With a lightweight honeycomb aluminum casing and magnesium frame structure, these open-air headphones produce no sense of pressure on the ears, offering a completely natural listening experience.
    Newly designed 53 mm drivers with CCAW voice coils reproduce remarkably natural sound, with impactful bass and outstanding vocal projection. The self-adjusting wing support automatically adjusts to your head size. A straight OFC cable at the left earpiece terminates to a mini plug with included 1/4" adapter.

    Available at for $72.

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    May 17th at 2:21pm
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    They employ features like Kevlar core cables, forged aluminum cable splitters, aerospace grade metals including titanium and aluminum alloy, and multiple ear tip sizes (for in-ear models) to ensure a perfect fit. They’re also custom tuned by a Grammy award-winning producer.

    After selling 10 million units in its first year of operations and topping 24 million in year two, 1More whilst not a household name, is getting there quickly.
    Simply put, the 1MORE Triple Drivers are some of the best earphones $99 can buy especially if you like ambiance, jazz & classical sounds.

    Read The Reviews:

    And those that want even more spectacular sound, the $199
    1MORE Quad Driver In-Ear Headphones (Earphones/Earbuds) with Apple iOS and Android Compatible Microphone and Remote (Titanium) are pretty amazing too.
    Read The Reviews:

    The fidelity and clarity of their sound would justify prices multiple times higher. But it’s more than just technical excellence; these headphones are a downright pleasure to listen to.

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  • jagdecat

    May 7th at 1:46am
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    Listening to great music shouldn't always be the reserve of people who spend thousands of dollars on hardware. For an aspiring budget audiophile, sometimes just getting a pair of headphones maybe enough. However that perfect pair of headphones, will sound flat and quiet if coming from your computer’s or digital player's crappy built-in audio. What you need is a separate DAC/AMP to go with your headphones.
    When you play music from your computer or mobile device, it goes through a Digital-Analog Converter (DAC) and an amplifier. The DAC converts the audio from a digital signal to an analog one (obviously), and the amplifier is what sends it to your headphones.
    The problem is, most devices including your laptop or tablet don’t have very good DACs or amps built in. So, if you get a nice high-end pair of headphones, you may still be getting less than ideal sound from your computer or MP3 player. That’s where an external DAC and amp come in. (If you’re just using the default iPod headphones, turn back now. A DAC isn’t going to help you at all.) There are a lot of different DACs and amps to choose from, with different features, inputs and outputs, and form factors, which we'll review over time. However the FiiO Q1 is both a DAC & Amp and one of our hottest favorite.

    You can strap the Q1 to most Audio Players and even Smartphones either via the Line out or an OTG cable (sold separately) if you happen to have a compatible Android smartphone or a camera connector setup for iGadgets such as the iPhone or iPad.
    We love that Tonally the Q1 is warm to neutral with a relatively natural sound that is cleaner and slightly brighter than many more expensive peers. It has a very nice pace and musicality to it with decent detail retrieval.

    You can buy if off Amazon for $69.99 from

    and listen to your music collection (hopefully in FLAC format) in a manner never listened to before.

    You get the idea, though: which one you buys will depend on your headphones, the device you’re using to play t


    13 days ago
    Great page!

    23 days ago
    Ill keep that oon my wishlist
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  • jagdecat

    April 15th at 4:21pm
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    Ultimate home theatre


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    April 8th at 6:50pm
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    This is <3


    2 months ago
    Nice pic!


    2 months ago
    Where is this?
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  • jagdecat

    March 29th at 1:55am
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    The Onkyo TX-NR676E is a 7.2 channel amp with 4K, HDR10 and Dolby Vision pass-through, plus support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based surround formats.

    It goes on sale in May for £600 and offers a range of technologies and features including Chromecast, Dolby Vision and 4K HDR support.


    2 months ago
    Super cool
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  • jagdecat

    March 9th at 8:38pm
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    Meridian 808V6 Signature Reference CD player
    Price: £11000. If you crave a detailed but refined digital source give this well-equipped Meridian a listen.
    Features excellent Sonic refinement and insight, full bodied midrange, wide ranging dynamics and excellent features.


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