Just four days ago 64 Audio has officially launched their signature monitor – the N8. This was created in collaboration with Nathan East, a very successful musician. N8 – N eight – Nate, get it? We do see more and more collaborations happening in the custom IEM scene lately, and I think it’s great that manufacturers reach out to the pros for feedback on their tuning.… Read the full article
Disclaimer: The tia Fourté by 64 Audio was provided by the manufacturer for this review. 64 Audio is not a site advertiser and is not affiliated with Headfonia. Many thanks for the opportunity and generosity.
About 64 Audio
This is my third 64 Audio review now, and I hope you don’t get annoyed by the same introduction to the brand each time, but I feel it tells exactly who 64 Audio is and what they do. So here it goes one more time.… Read the full article
Disclaimer: The A12t by 64 Audio was provided free of charge for this review. 64 Audio is not a site advertiser and is not affiliated to Headfonia. Many thanks for the opportunity and generosity.
About 64 Audio
64 Audio is a US based company that specializes in making custom and universal in ear monitors, but has recently dipped their toes into making studio/live belt packs. As you can find out in the interview we did with them a few months back, 64 Audio started out as 1964 Ears and has renamed themselves.… Read the full article
1964 Ears may have started out of Vitaliy Belo’s spare bedroom, but recent expansion has pushed the line forward and the company (now rebranded 64 audio) into the public consciousness for both the production/performance side and audiophiles looking to spend some good money on new In-Ear Monitor models.
Vitality recently did an interview with The Occasional Podcast discussing some of the finer points of 64 Audio’s growth, as well as his perspective tuning earphones for audiophiles in the very crowded market of custom and universal fit IEMs.… Read the full article
Disclaimer: The PWaudio 1960s cables were supplied by Music Sanctuary free of charge for this review. They do not have to be returned. Many thanks for the generosity!
PWaudio is a Hong Kong based boutique aftermarket cable manufacturer. The brand was founded in 2010 by Peter Wong. PWaudio offers a very wide array of different cables, from entry level to high end. They have collaborations with other manufacturers such as Oriolus, which ships their IEMs with cables by PWaudio.… Read the full article
Its been quite a while since we’ve caught up with 64 Audio. The company has undergone some changes since it first opened its doors (initially named 1964Ears) but founder and CTO Vitaliy Belonozhko is still at the helm of the WA-based IEM company. Our initial review of their first 6 driver model shot up to 71k views and became our #3 review video of all time, if that’s any indicator of the appetite for custom ever-increasing-driver IEMs at the time.
Both 64 Audio and the IEM market as a whole are a bit more established now.… Read the full article
This year sure has passed quite fast, lots of great sounding gear has been walking over my table and into my ears. I for one have mainly focused on reviewing custom in ear monitors, most of them were great surprises, but there also were disappointments.
At the end of the year we always give another shout-out to the products that have convinced the Headfonia staff for their sound or for their impressive price-performance-ratio. In this article you will find out what the junior reviewers, Berkhan and yours truly, here will award for their outstanding performance.… Read the full article
Disclaimer: The 64 Audio A18 t was provided free of charge for this review. I paid for my impressions, shipping them to the US and for importing the finished product. The model will not go back. Many thanks! 64 Audio is not a site advertiser.
About 64 Audio
64 Audio is a US based company that specializes in making custom and universal in ear monitors, but has recently dipped their toes into making studio/live belt packs. As you can find out in the interview we did with them a few months back, 64 Audio started out as 1964 Ears and has renamed themselves a little over two years ago.… Read the full article
Disclaimer: The star of this weeks’ picture Sunday are 64 Audio’s A18, the Advanced Acoustic Werkes W900 and Jerry Harvey Audio’s Lola. This post is a part of our Picture Sunday series.
Facebook reminded me that just a little over a year ago I got my first custom IEM, the fabulous Noble Kaiser 10. During this past year my collection of CIEMs has been steadily getting bigger and bigger. In the past twelve months I have gotten to a total of seven models, with yet another one from Empire Ears coming in in the not too distant future.… Read the full article