HifiMan Ananda Planar Headphones

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Ananda headphones are the culmination of years of HiFiman headphone development. Lightweight, ultra-fine planar drivers at their heart sing with unmatched agility and power sensitivity.

Efficient Planar Performance

Ananda's high sensitivity enables it to be used with virtually any smartphone or portable audio device. The result is low distortion and amazing sound quality.

HifiMan Ananda Diaphragm

Ultra Thin Diaphragm

for lightning-fast response, uncanny detail, and ultra-low distortion

HifiMan Ananda Diaphragm

Window Shade Grill Design

greatly reduces sonic reflections for clearer sound

HifiMan Ananda Window Ear Cups

Asymmetrical Ear Cups

follows the natural shade of the human ear

HifiMan Ananda Headband

Hybrid Headband Design

Ananda has a carefully designed, weight dispersing strap allowing the headband to afford outstanding levels of long-term comfort. The sleek and sumptuous matte black finish combines with a metal construction for maximum durability.

Making Connections

Ananda comes with updated 3.5mm headphone connectors, offering users the most robust headphone connector from HifiMan with enhanced longevity.

HifiMan Ananda headphones with SuperMini media player

Unparalleled Portable Audio Performance

ANANDA is the perfect companion for the SuperMini, a sonic match made in heaven allowing you to experience sonic bliss wherever you may be.


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Frequency Response
8Hz - 55kHz
103 dB
25 Ω
14.07 Oz (399g)

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Fantastic 1000$ and Under Option
This headphone does several things really well, and those things are what I will list for normal consumers with their first big headphone purchase and audiophile's looking for other options to their collection. Pro's: Midrange is lovely, smooth, detailed and expansive, it is not the widest headphone or deepest but does both fairly well and is very holographic with all it's instruments. The Vocals are up from and center which with many offerings from Hifiman that is not the case, and stringed instruments have great texture and positional que around you. The bass is definitely present without being unrealistic or bloated, and because it has this nice rumble and weight it makes the overall balance of this headphone feel very competent. Now the lows may not go as far down as the LCD2 but I do not feel any lack in the frequency of the low end. The treble for the most part is very detailed, smooth(for hifiman) with fantastic resolution and it feels HI-FI. Overall comfort is very good, soft enough ear pads, with light construction in comparison to many other planar magnetic headphones. They look aesthetically very nice to my eye, and I think I fell asleep while listening to them at my desk which if they were too uncomfortable or sibilant would never happen. Con's: these are more things that I had issues with at first that went away through break in period. The clamp underneath my ears, due to the size of my head and the size of the ear pads, the pressure to my pressure points was very uncomfortable on an otherwise very comfy headphone. It actually loosened up over a couple days of use and became very comfy. Second would be the upper midrange and or lower treble was a bit too emphasized, not to the point that I could not enjoy but someone that is very sibilance sensitive may want to skip or burn in before wearing. Now that sharpness faded for me whether it burn in of headphones or my ears adjusting I really don't know but it became very good even through that range.
April 1, 2019
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