Your chance to hear the best top-end headphones around as online retailer HiFi Headphones

HiFi Headphones has opened its first headphone showroom, giving customers the chance to try before they buy from a wide range of headphones.

The purpose-built demo room is the online retailer’s first bricks-and-mortar facility and an attempt at creating an ideal testing environment.

The room is equipped with hi-fi equipment such as DACs and headphone amps, so you can try a range of headphones with a range of different kit. 

As well as trying the headphones with HiFi Headphones' lossless music library, visitors can also bring their own music to use.

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The range of headphones available include STAX, Burson, Grado, HiFiMAN, Ultrasone, Graham Slee, Beyerdynamic and Audio-Technica products, including the Gradio GS1000 and Beyerdynamic T1 cans.

There is a library of lossless audio on hand, processed by an RME Pro Audio DAC, and staff will be on hand to fine-tune the set-up and cater for specific requirements. 

The room is by appointment only so for more information check out the HiFi Headphones website

The room is equipped with hi-fi equipment such as DACs and headphone amps. The range of high-end ‘phones available for testing include STAX, Burson, Grado, HiFiMAN, Ultrasone, Graham Slee, Beyerdynamic and Audio-Technica. There is a library of lossless audio, processed by an RME Pro Audio DAC. But customers are also encouraged to bring their own CDs and equipment, which would ensure a totally personalised demonstration. Staff will fine-tune the set-up and cater for specific requirements, so the room is operated by appointment only.  The lack of places to try headphones has always been a problem, and a customised testing facility will no doubt be useful for those who want some help before making a large investmenThe purpose-built demo room is the retailer’s attempt at creating an ideal testing environmentThe room is equipped with hi-fi equipment such as DACs and headphone amps. The range of high-end ‘phones available for testing include STAX, Burson, Grado, HiFiMAN, Ultrasone, Graham Slee, Beyerdynamic and Audio-Technica.There is a library of lossless audio, processed by an RME Pro Audio DAC. But customers are also encouraged to bring their own CDs and equipment, which would ensure a totally personalised demonstration.Staff will fine-tune the set-up and cater for specific requirements, so the room is operated by appointment only. The lack of places to try headphones has always been a problem, and a customised testing facility will no doubt be useful for those who want some help before making a large investment.

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