by Drishti Patel November 16, 2016

Headphone Connect is our initiative to unite headphone buffs under a single roof to experience, share, connect and discover all things headphones. A community gathering and meetup, Headphone Connect aims at bringing together Audiophiles, Audio and Technology Reviewers, and Budding Headphone Aficionados for an evening of exploring, exchanging and listening to the finest Headphones and Audio Gear available today in India.

1. Audeze - Sine

" The Audeze Sine is a fantastic headphone that will appeal to anyone looking for truly high-end sound that isn't incredibly expensive. It offers very revealing, spacious sound in a closed-back design." - David Carnoy, CNET

2. Chord - Mojo​

" It is by no means affordable for everyone, but this is a top-notch product from an established high-end audio brand and is meant for advanced users looking for an audiophile-grade listening upgrade." - Ali Pardiwala, Gadgets 360



3. Astell&Kern - AK300

The AK300 is very a very well-timed offering, and I look forward to spending more time with it." - Joe Cox, WhatHiFi

4. Meze - 99 Classics​

The Meze 99 Classics are graceful, excellent-sounding headphones that are worth your consideration" - Tim Gedeon, PCMag



5. Astell&Kern - AK70

"The Astell & Kern AK70 is probably the best budget Hi-Res music player on the market today. You’ll never listen to music on the go in the same way again" - Mark Sparrow, Forbes

6. HiFiMan - HE400i​

"HE-400i does introduce layering of the soundstage, which results in each instrument being distinct within its own space." - Fred Manteghian, Sound & Vision



7. Audeze - El-8 Titanium

"Audeze’s brazenly advanced EL-8 come dangerously close to the performance you’d expect from headphones costing upward of $1,000. Brilliantly-detailed instrumental separation." -RYAN WANIATA, Digital Trends

8. FiiO - X7

"The Fiio X7 is the pinnacle of personal audio, and represents the true capabilities of portable high-resolution audio. It's unflinchingly loyal to the recording and headphones, and brings out the best in any audio set up."- Ali Pardiwala, Gadgets 360​



9. RHA - T20i

"Few companies would consider mainstream IEMs without a microphone in 2015, so RHA is making a statement that sound quality is paramount with the T20i." - Napier Lopez, The Next Web

10. Beyerdynamic - DT1770PRO​

"The Beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro is a wonderful headphone pair for musicians and engineers seeking an accurate frequency response in critical listening scenarios." -Tim Gedeon, PCMag


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