Rumors have been rampant that Apple is planning to drop the headphone jack from its next iPhone, so it’s perhaps no coincidence audio companies have been announcing devices that can play audio directly out of a Lightning port. One of these was Audeze with its high-end EL-8, released in December. But its cumbersome size means that it’s hard to engage anyone beyond Audeze’s traditional audiophile audience. Now the company is bringing a more portable, consumer-oriented device to the market at CES 2016: the Audeze Sine. Like the EL-8, the headphones use planar magnetic drivers, which is audiophile-speak for “these headphones sound better than yours.”…

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