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it's my pleasure to thoroughly recommend the HiFiMAN Ananda. In my mind, the Ananda is so good that I consider it a bit of a benchmark headphone at this sale price.

It hits all the marks: It’s comfortable, durable, has a near-perfect sound signature, fantastic Imaging and Soundstage, works with all genres, and doesn’t technically need an amp though investing in something is recommended.

Technical specifications:

  • Impedance: 25 Ohms
  • Efficiency: 103 dB.
  • Frequency Range: 8 Hz – 55 kHz.
  • Weight: 399 g.


What does this mean?

The black line is something that could be called the „ideal“ curve of what a headphone should sound like. The Harman Research Group has a range of scientific studies around audio and the human perception of it - one of which was, how should a headphone sound like to be favored by a majority of people, no matter the age or other demographic variables? This result is called the Harman target.

From left to right we have the sub bass, bass, mids and then the curve finally tilts upward where the treble begins - this part of the frequency spectrum gets amplified naturally by the shape of the human ear. 

In this case, Ananda is very neutral from the sub bass on to the mids, wher it takes its time to follow the curve upwards, which gives the instruments and voices in this range a bit of distance and stage depth, and then it closes that gap to give us more detail at the higher end. A tuning that Hifiman likes to do with their flagship headphones, and it works really great here, as well.

Harman Research:

The Perception and Measurement of Headphone Sound Quality- What Do Listeners Prefer?

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