CanJam Singapore 2019 Show Report
A great show from Head-Fi and global exhibitors from around the world!
CanJam Singapore 2019 Show Report By Kok Chieat Wong
Lend Me UR Ears
Lend Me UR Ears is a local Singapore retail shop established in 2011. They now venture into making their own IEMs with affordability in mind, yet not over compromising in audio quality. Seen here is their KS3 3D printed micro driver IEMs that they are running a crowd funding project on.
Lend Me UR Ears is also developing their own planar IEMs, which they hope to launch soon. I say it is good news for those who want to start but with limited budget. Great effort!
Auris, a Serbian company, makes beautiful wood finished products, seen here are some of their handcrafted wood finished tube based headphones amplifiers. Below is their Nirvana single ended headphones amplifier based on the EL34 tubes.
The new Euterpe headphones amplifier with built-in DAC that supports up to DSD128.
The HA2 SE is one of the most popular award winning products from
I was kind of surprised to see dCS, seen here is the latest Bartók Upsampling Network DAC with headphone amplifier built in. Even dCS is eyeing on the head-fi market, I would not be surprised to see more traditional brands from the stereo side of audio industry entering the market soon.
Feliks-Audio, a Polish boutique brand, with their handcrafted tube based headphones amplifiers. Seen here is the Euforia headphones amplifier with premium Psvane CV-181 Mk2
"Gold" driver tubes.
The Espressivo MKII single ended OTL headphones amplifier based on 6N30 and 6922 tubes.
Headphones from ZMF, a small company from Chicago. Even though these are using the same underlying drivers and design, the different wood finishing actually render certain characteristics over the sound of the headphones.
Headphones from Kennerton, a luxury brand founded to produce headphones by Fischer Audio.
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