Top Headphone Websites

Here is a list of websites about headphones we like the most and are worth mentioning.

Having a source of new and updated information on the latest technology and headphones comes very handy when you need it.

The websites below are some of the most popular and visited websites about headphones.

If you have your own recommendations that you think we should include, you can contact us here.


Most Popular Websites We Like

Head-Fi head fi

Head-fi is a forum for real audiophiles. There is so much information packed on this website you can be reading for days.

The forum has every imaginable topic you can think of with lots of knowledgeable members answering. For all audiophile it’s the go-to forum.

Innerfidelity Top Headphone Websites

Apart from related tech news Innerfidelity primarily reviews headphones.

You will find great options in the Wall of Fame categories where you can choose from the best models of headphones for each category. You’ll probably need a lot of time reading about various products, but in the end you’ll know you’ve picked the right product.

The guys here really know what they’re talking about.

The website is focused on real audiophiles and as such the headphones reviewed are usually high end products with fitting price ranges.

Headphone.comheadroom is primarily a headphone vendor that also does their own reviews.

You can  compare the frequency response of different headphones by model. This is a nice feature if you want to compare different headphones without actually trying them on.

While they focus on high-end models you can find a lot of golden nuggets of information not available elsewhere.

InEarMatters in ear matters

In-ear-matters is a personal audio blog that publishes some unique reviews of mostly in-ear headphones, amplifiers and other audio equipment that you won’t find anywhere else.

This blog has a personal style of writing and will greatly interest those that are looking for reviews of less known brands and models.


Audiocheck is a simple website that will be of great help to people who want to test their headphones.

Just by listening to the sounds they provide you can benchmark your headphones for any discrepancies and errors in their behavior. This is a great and simple way to test your headphones and your audio environment. Very useful!

Personal/Small Audio Blogs We Like

GadgetImpact GadgetImpact

Cory, the founder of GadgetImpact, has created an interesting blog about what it takes to become an audiophile.

She writes about various questions, tech and theory related, that an audio enthusiast might have. If you have questions you’re sure to find educated answers explained in layman’s term on her website.

Popular Vinyl Websites

Depending on what you’re looking for when it comes to music genre, you have a few online stores to choose from when it comes to Vinyl records.

There’s a lot of us that appreciate the sound quality you get from a vinyl recording. It’s raw and unedited format makes us smile.

No wonder Sony is making a new plant for vinyl production.

If you just want to make your own collection or enjoy newer releases in real audiophile format, you should check out the below websites.

InSound insound

Insound is offering more modern genres like indie, electro and disco releases and you’ll also find many other genres as well.

It’s an American website which is a great option if you’re an audiophile living in America.

AcousticSounds acoustic sounds

Acousticsounds is another American website that has its own pressing plant. They offer the highest quality audiophile experience with any music genre you like.

Newer, older and some used releases available for a fair price with global shipping. Worth checking out.

Boomkat boomkat

If on the other hand you happen to live across the ocean, here is a UK site called Boomkat.

It offers a great variety of electronic music in vinyl that gets delivered across Europe. Best choice for audiophiles who want to enjoy electronic tunes to their max.

Juno juno

Juno is another UK based website with all around choice of music genres, great alert system to report when the music you want is available.

If less popular/harder to find music is your kind of thing, you’re sure to find it here.

Discogs discogs

If you’re a fan of older releases then Discogs is your site.

A great variety of older vinyl records that you’ll have a hard time getting anywhere else. Enjoy the great lost tunes of past artists on a new level.

On the websites above there are literally millions of vinyl releases. You’ll surely find something to your liking.


If you have your own favorite audio-related website…

…tell us what it is, share it in the comments and we might add it to the list.

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