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CES 2016

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04 Aug '16

The new SINE headphone featured at the LVCC, the first planar magnetic on-ear to market, is proving a huge hit at CES LVCC. 

The new SINE headphone featured at the LVCC, the first planar magnetic on-ear to market, is proving a huge hit at CES LVCC. It’s the next step up for many listeners, it’s lightweight, folds flat, and sound like a much larger model even though it’s the lightest of all Audeze headphones. Once again our partner BMW DesignWorksUSA did the industrial design.

Digital Trends gave the SINE a Top Tech of CES 2016 award, and Engadget was "impressed with the detailed sound". Wired calls the SINE among the Coolest Gear at CES, and The Verge says, “Maybe losing the headphone jack won't be so bad,” in a great video. Maxim declares what makes them is great is “how you don’t have to spend four figures to get awesome sound.” The Next Web’s SINE review asks, "So how do they actually sound? No surprise; pretty great... treble in particular was wonderfully detailed. Meanwhile the soft leather earpads did a solid job of blocking outside noise without any active noise-cancellation circuitry." Reviewed.com also gave the SINE an Editors' Choice Award.

Over at the Venetian, Graham Nash visited the Audeze/Chord/Questyle room and loved the sound! The room has on hand the LCD-4, LCD-X, LCD-XC and LCD-3 on Chord’s DAVE reference DAC/preamp/headphone amp, Hugo TT, Hugo and portable Mojo. Questyle has the QP1R portable music server/digital audio player and Reference Edition desktop system, the 600i DAC/Headphone Amplifier.

Digital Trends gave the SINE a Top Tech of CES 2016 award, and Engadget was "impressed with the detailed sound". Wired calls the SINE among the Coolest Gear at CES, and The Verge says, “Maybe losing the headphone jack won't be so bad,” in a great video. Maxim declares what makes them is great is “how you don’t have to spend four figures to get awesome sound.” The Next Web’s SINE review asks, "So how do they actually sound? No surprise; pretty great... treble in particular was wonderfully detailed. Meanwhile the soft leather earpads did a solid job of blocking outside noise without any active noise-cancellation circuitry." Reviewed.com also gave the SINE an Editors' Choice Award.