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Audeze Sine

We have collected and analysed 13 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 85/100. The average review date is 29-05-2016. We have compared these reviews to 1687292 reviews from other Headphones & Headsets. The alaScore™ for this product is 96/100 = Excellent. Last update: 29-03-2017.

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Expert review by: Cam Bunton (pocket-lint.com)

Audeze Sine review: When Lightning strikes

 

With Apple expected to ditch the 3.5mm jack, iPhone users will have two choices: either brave it in the world of wireless earphones, or find a Lightning connector-equipped set of cans.

Beautiful design and fixtures, superb full audio quality, hi-resolution audio experience, lightweight and easy to wear

Need an Lightning connector device (recent iPhone, iPad) to get the full audio experience, could fit more snug

It's rare to find a product that's almost impossible to fault. The Audeze Sine design isn't ostentatious, so if you want a pair of headphones that deliver the kind of audio you'd expect from top-of-the-line products, in a design that's subtle and...

Sep, 2016

Expert review by: Cameron Faulkner (techradar.com)

Audeze Sine

 

Audeze opts for Lightning at the expense of non-iPhone users

Awesome all-in-one Lightning cable ; Leather-packed design ; Excellent sound

A weak value for non-iPhone users ; Cheaper 3.5mm option is (oddly) vastly inferior ; Expensive

The Audeze Sine are excellent headphones, with a big feature that rewards or punishes you greatly for the phone you're loyal to. iPhone users, you're in for a treat if you can afford it. Everyone else, keep looking.

May, 2016

Expert review by: Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Audeze Sine headphones: Lightning port listening never looked so good - Pocket-lint

 

There's long been talk of Apple ditching the headphones jack on the iPhone in favour of delivering audio via the Lightning port. All bets are on for that

Mar, 2016

Expert review by: What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Audeze Sine review

 

Loud and upfront Lightning connector cans don't quite justify the high price

Clear and spacious presentation ; Goes really loud ; Rugged build quality ; Includes standard 3.5mm cable

Needs better timing ; Uncomfortable for long hours ; Not as portable as rivals ; Pricey

The Audeze Sine Lightning headphones are loud and upfront, but not subtle, engaging or comfortable enough to justify the price

Oct, 2016

Expert review by: (stuff.tv)

Audeze Sine On-ear review

 

Top-notch planar on-ears, and the Lightning cable means you're ready for the iPhone 7

Planar magnetic drivers - tech voodoo, but sound fantastic ; Lightning DAC means you’re ready for the iPhone 7 ; Interchangeable cables play nice with non-iOS gear

Credit cards at the ready - they’re expensive ; Design is a little basic

Impeccable sound quality, future-proof for iOS owners, and a 3.5mm cable for everyone else. The best wired on-ear cans around for mobile owners.

Aug, 2016

Expert review by: Andrew Williams (trustedreviews.com)

Audeze Sine

 

We don't often "preview" headphones, but the Audeze Sine are a little special. These are among the most advanced portable headphones I've ever seen, and not for reasons that you may at first imagine.

Mar, 2016

Expert review by: Sasha Muller (alphr.com)

Audeze Sine review: The ultimate iPhone headphones?

 

Audeze's “entry-level” headphones deliver astonishing bass slam and ear-slapping punch – but they're not quite perfect

Jul, 2016

Expert review by: Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Audeze Sine On-Ear

 

The Audeze Sine On-Ear headphones deliver a bass-forward, but balanced, sound signature via a digital 24-bit Lightning cable.

Powerful, vibrant, balanced audio performance. Stylish, comfortable design. Ships with 24-bit cable that receives digital audio via lightning connection on iOS devices.

Added bass presence and digital signal processing will irk purists. Lightning cable can become loose if not firmly connected to mobile device.

Apr, 2016

Expert review by: David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Audeze Sine review

 

The Audeze Sine is a special headphone. At $450 it's one of the least expensive headphones that use planar magnetic drivers, which tend to sound very coherent and spacious, with low distortion. If "planar magnetic drivers" sounds Greek to you, you're...

The swanky, sturdily built Audeze Sine is among the smallest and most affordable headphones to use planar magnetic drivers. It offers very revealing, spacious sound in a closed-back design. For an extra $50, you can get the company's Cipher Lightning...

The headphone's a little heavy -- comfortable, but not extraordinarily so. Included 3.5mm headphone cord doesn't have an integrated remote and microphone.

The Audeze Sine is a fantastic headphone that will appeal to anyone looking for truly high-end sound that isn't incredibly expensive.

Mar, 2016

Expert review by: (cnet.com)

Audeze Sine Standard Audio Cable

 

But what you should know it that what makes this headphone (and the Oppo PM-3 ) special is that -- in a world where most planar magnetic headphones have open-back designs -- the Sine has a closed-back design. In fact, it's one of the few planar...

The swanky, sturdily built Audeze Sine is among the smallest and most affordable headphones to use planar magnetic drivers. It offers very revealing, spacious sound in a closed-back design. For an extra $50, you can get the company's Cipher Lightning...

The headphone's a little heavy -- comfortable, but not extraordinarily so. Included 3.5mm headphone cord doesn't have an integrated remote and microphone.

The Audeze Sine is a fantastic headphone that will appeal to anyone looking for truly high-end sound that isn't incredibly expensive.

Mar, 2016
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