Hot on the heels of their original Hi-Fi case, DD is back with a bigger version in 2020. Is the new case an improvement, and does it justify the jump in price?
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Better known for their range of high-quality headphone earpads and IEM eartips, Dekoni has just released what could be the first carry case specifically designed to store and safely carry full size headphones – in style.
The second in our series on noise cancellation accessories for digital audio enthusiasts, this time we take a look at the inexpensive iSilencer and a unique DC power noise canceller from iFi.
True wireless IEMs are starting to come into their own, but are still fairly basic compared to higher-end wired IEMs. But what if you could make your high-end IEMs wireless? With FiiO, you can...
A little-known Chinese startup called DD Electronics is making a name for itself with some of the slickest portable audio accessories on the market.
In designing their range of Elite pads for the HD800, Dekoni unapologetically broke all the rules by changing not only the material but also the shape, thickness and construction of the original pads. Would it be one change too many?
If you’re looking for foam tips that fit your ears like a glove, are washable and reusable, don’t change the sound quality and tonality of your expensive IEMs, and don't cost a fortune in the process, get yourself some Bulletz.
Dekoni have hit another huge home run with their family of Elite LCD pads: well presented, beautifully made from premium materials, exceptionally comfortable and easy to install. But do they change the legendary LCD sound?
The original Elear earpads are also its downfall: poorly made, and don't do the sound any favours. Fortunately a small company called Dekoni Audio makes a series of affordable replacements that are worth their weight in gold.