New from Audeze

Thanks to automated manufacturing, Audeze has produced its first "affordable" in-ear phones, the iSine LX ($199), currently sold via their website. As explained by Audeze COO Sankar Thiagasamudram, the company's far more expensive LCD-i4ear phones have much thinner diaphragms, as thin as a white blood cell, and need amplifiers to drive. The iSine LX also works with Audeze's free plug-ins that were designed for professional mixing and recording digital audio workstations that use Pro Tools and other programs on Windows and Mac platforms.