Sivga Oriole headphone has got Bang For Buck award for 2022 from Headfonics
Mike feels the same about the new SIVGA Oriole as he did the previous Robin in terms of worth and value. But this time around, the comfort factor is off-the-charts good.
They’ve improved every bit of the experience in 2022, from the bass to the mids, the treble, and imaging, right down to how comfortable it is and how well it is built.
This is everything you could want for $199. This is a great option for those on the go, and anyone traveling will appreciate just how long you can wear them and not get uncomfortable. Great holiday gift, just like the SV021 was.
Sivga SV023 has got the Network Awards for Outstanding Achievement and Products of the Year from Soundstage
"There are a lot of other great headphones in this price category, but to my ears, these are, by a small margin, the best. I really can’t find a flaw in them—sonically or ergonomically—and they’re affordably priced.”For more details, please visit:https://www.soundstagehifi.com/index.php/opinion/1747-the-2022-soundstage-network-awards-for-outstanding-achievement-and-products-of-the-year
ecoustic has awarded Sivga Oriole & SV023 as the Best Audiophile Over-Ear Headphones (Wired) of 2022
Best Budget Closed-Back Headphones Sivga Oriole"Audiophiles began noticing Sivga’s high-end models a few years ago and the $199 Oriole offer a surprising high level of performance and industrial design; the craftsmanship of these headphones is unusually high considering the price.We found a high level of comfort and more than a few people asked us while traveling with them if they were one of those really expensive “audiophile” headphones they had seen online.The Oriole offer a warmer tonal balance than other models in the Sivga lineup, but there is more than enough top end energy to keep one very interested and not feel a sense of fatigue during long listening sessions." Best Value Open-Back HeadphonesSivga SV023"Is it true that every headphone brand offers a “house” sound or can the same manufacturer offer headphones that sound nothing alike? The use of different technology and drivers will obviously impact how a headphone is ultimately tuned but most brands tend to follow a familiar playbook. Sendy/Sivga apparently tossed that binder into the trashcan and have released a mix of headphone products with varied results.Smart looking industrial design has always been a strength of the brand, and the headphone is one of Sivga’s most attractive looking headphones so far; the walnut cups with a central stainless grille in each cup suggest a far more expensive asking price.The build quality is superb thanks to the steel and aluminum frame that feels very robust in your hands. The only plastic we could find was in the cable which makes the SV023 somewhat rare in the price category." For more details, please visit https://www.ecoustics.com/articles/best-audiophile-headphones/