Whether you have a desktop computer, laptop, or simply a smartphone, we all have a branded headphone to enjoy music in the best possible way. However, keeping the headphone organized with its wire and cable is a tough challenge.
In my opinion, when it comes to headphone stands, I feel that a lot of people do not really pay the attention that they require, in the first place. I know they might seem like counter-intuitive, but in reality, it is much better to have your headset or a pair of headphones resting on a proper stand rather than just lying on the table.
What Is the Best Headphone Stand?
The best headset holders let you safely stash your headphones when not in use, while freeing up space on your desk or table. These mounts or stands work for both wired and wireless headphones, in addition to video-conferencing and phone headsets too.
3 Important Factors You Should Look at When Buying a Headphone Stand
First things first, ensure that the headphone stand...
If you’ve ever watched an ASMR video, chances are good you’ve seen a 3D microphone used to create countless tingles. Over the years, hundreds of ASMR artists have turned to 3D recording earphones to create some of the best ASMR videos on the internet.
What Is Asmr ?
The term ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response which those who experience it often described a tingling, static-like sensation that refers to a relaxing, often soothing feeling which spreads from the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. That stimulus could be anything, but over the past few years, a subculture has developed around YouTube videos and their growing popularity.
How do ASMR videos work?
According to an ASMR study from the University of Sheffield and Manchester Metropolitan University, the videos are often used to fall asleep, relax or relieve stress.
Dr. Poerio said: “Our studies show that ASMR videos do indeed have the relaxing effect anecdotally reported...
I am new to the audiophile community and am wondering what headphones I should buy for gaming. I play games like PUBG and warzone. I already own an atom amp. what should I get? thanks budget: 200 and below
Advice on a different dac or a dac/amp connection?
I am pretty new to headphones and recently have kind of jumped in a little more then i had planned.
My question is, what is the best way to Hock up a computer to run hi res audio files from my computer to a Dac or Dac combo that will also have an output to my Kef eggs as well as a connection to kef LSX in the future. the speakers have an toslink connection, usb connection as well as Bluetooth but no analog inputs. which ever Dac I also need a connection to an amp.
Currently my headphones consist of Sunchaser hd6xx, fostex t60rp and I would like to add some Focal clear in the future.
With those in mind and a budget of roughly 2k what would be the preferred equipment and the ideal connections?
thanks in advance!