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  1. 20% off unlimited cloud storage for music for Lossless Life customers. Get Loop for VOX and start enjoying hi-fidelity music now the way it was intended to be.

    Unlimited Cloud Storage for Music

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    Amazon Cloud Player, Google Play Music, iTunes Match, and even the regular cloud services like Dropbox, there are so many cloud storages our there that in the modern days it’s hard to pick one that will satisfy all your needs.

    For the music lovers, who want to free up the space on their devices and move their music into the cloud, the music quality matters the most. And while choosing one of the cloud services mentioned above, it’s worth knowing that they might downgrade music quality. (Yup, FLACs can turn into MP3s ☹) These cloud services also put limits on the amounts of storage you can use and charge accordingly.

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  2. One of our favorite features of the Reid Heath Acoustics (RHA) S500 In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) was how feather light they are. Weighing in at only 10 grams, we quickly forget that we are wearing earphones! It's truly an amazing deal for under $50.

    Best In-ear Monitors Under $50

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    One of our favorite reviews of the Reid Heath Acoustics (RHA) S500 In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) was how feather light they are. Weighing in at only 10 grams, users quickly forget that they are wearing earphones and become lost in the music! It’s truly amazing.

    We’re also very impressed with the noise isolation design. A user named Mike R. writes us: “they perform better than my $200+ noise cancelling Beats headphones.”

    Retailing at only $39.95 USD, you still get all the beautiful craftsmanship that you’re used to from RHA.

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  3. Announcing Reid Heath Acoustics (RHA) In-ear Monitors (IEMs) available on Lossless Life starting now. Audiophile grade IEMs with exceptional craftsmanship.

    Lossless Life and Reid Heath Acoustics

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    We’re very pleased to announce Reid Heath Acoustics (RHA) In-ear Monitors (IEMs) available on Lossless Life starting now. RHA dynamic drivers are entirely developed in their research and development center in Glasgow, UK. From the MA350 to the handmade, flagship model driver used in the T20 (and T20i respectively) - each driver has been carefully engineered to produce true-to-life audio making this the primary reason Lossless Life chooses to work with RHA.

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  4. What are In-Ear Monitors?

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    In-Ear Monitors (IEMs), is a type of headphone designed to be partially inserted into a user’s ear canal by using form-fitting tips often made by a range materials such as rubber, soft plastic, silicon, and more. It’s also common to purchase custom molded tips to fit your ear canal. This typically offers the best results in comfort and noise isolation.

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  5. What are Planar Magnetic Drivers?

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    A Planar Magnetic driver, has coined a few other terms such as “orthodynamic” or “Isodynamic”, all of which mean the same thing (in regards to headphones). They can be described as the child of a dynamic and electrostatic driver, sort of… The best of both worlds, at least.

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  6. What are Dynamic Drivers?

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    A dynamic driver, sometimes referred to as a “moving coil” driver is the most common driver found in headphones. It is the same technology found in speakers around your home, but on a much smaller scale. This type of driver consists of alternating magnetic fields powered by a tiny wire coil (or a “voice coil”). As the current changes based on the sound playback, the coil reacts with the magnetic field and the lightweight diaphragm rapidly compresses and decompresses the air by pulling the diaphragm in and out from the ring within the driver to create the sound you hear.

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  7. What are headphone drivers?

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    Headphones are essentially a set of tiny speakers that sit in, on or around your ears and like all speakers, they have drivers. Everyone can agree that not all headphones are the same or created equally. But besides the superficial differences and the various features you may be offered such as noise cancelling and wireless capabilities, there are other more subtle differences that can make a huge difference. That subtle difference is determined by the type of driver used in the headphones.

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  8. Announcing Audeze headphones now available on LosslessLife. Audiophile grade planar magnetic headphones with exceptional craftsmanship.

    Lossless Life and Audeze

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    Audeze started as a Do It Yourself (DIY) headphone project in a garage amongst a few friends. The HiFi community was extremely impressed by the performance of their headphones as they stood amongst the best performing in the world. Audeze specializes in planar magnetic technology which produces a very accurate, fast, low distortion sound. Very hard to beat.

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