Category: Music

In Review: Dóttir In-Ears

                                                       

Dóttir Audio is an Icelandic headphone company on a mission. Created by Katrin Davidsdottir and Annie Thorisdottir, the headphones have built-in noise cancelling and over ear hooks. They’re sweat proof and designed for endurance training, something the two dóttirs know…

Introducing: The Gibson Chuck Berry 1970s ES-355

                                                       

Rocker Chuck Berry plays what Gibson called the Electric Spanish, a guitar style based, in part, on Flamenco guitars. The ES 355, originally released in 1958, has been the definitive jazz and blues guitar for countless performers Berry is getting…

In Review: The ddHiFi Tc35i Audio Adapter

                                                       

Listening to lossless music on your iPhone is actually quite hard. If you have AirPods, for example, you can listen to nearly lossless audio which ranges from 16-bit/44.1 kHz. To listen to Hi-Res Lossless, which streams at up to 24-bit/192kHz.…

In Review: The Fender Jazzmaster Acoustasonic

                                                       

I’m a guitar lover so when I had the chance to try the Fender Jazzmaster Acoustasonic I didn’t think twice. What more could you want? It’s a beautiful, California-made electro-acoustic that looks like the side of a 1960s station wagon.…