Like the AfterShokz, earHero are open ear earphones. Its speakers are so tiny that they won’t block your ear canal, so you can still hear the sounds around you. Great for outdoor use or pretending you’re a secret agent.
When you're buying a new pair of headphones, you have a lot of considerations to make—one of the more important (and more confusing) being the decision between open and closed. Video weblog Techquickie explains the main differences in this two minute video.
A good digital-to-analog converter (or DAC) can seriously improve your music. We've explained why, but this week we wanted to know which ones you thought were the best. Then we looked at the five best DACs based on your nominations, and put them to a vote. Now we're back to feature the winner.
The Monitor over-ear headphones have 40mm drivers, dual 3.5mm sockets for sharing audio, brass hinges that make them completely collapsible and treble filters that you can remove if you prefer a brighter sound.
A good digital-to-analog converter (or DAC) can make all the difference when listening to music, especially through headphones. We've talked about why they're so great, and how to choose a good one before, but this week we're looking at five of the best, based on your nominations.
We've talked about a lot of great headphones and earbuds before, but when you're going for a jog, you need something a little different. Our friends at the Wirecutter picked the Sennheiser OCX 685i as their favorite workout earphones. Here's why.
LSTN makes in-ear, on-ear and over-ear headphones with ear cups made from reclaimed cherry, ebony or beech wood, making each headphone truly unique. Part of its profits go to a charities for the deaf.