Our Network

Tag Archives | headphones

New super headphones store and stream music, track activity and monitor sleep

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep For those who are more fitness-inclined, a good music playlist and an efficient activity-tracking app are musts. While there are plenty of applications that have sought to combine music and fitness, Chinese tech company Huawei has achieved the best of both worlds with its new line of headphones: [...]

Continue Reading

These Headphones From 1927 Look So Much Worse Than Earbuds

Throughout the 20th century, radio nerds were trying to figure out how to build the perfect headphones. Over-the-ear varieties could get hot and sweaty. In-ear varieties would fall out. And then there were these clamp-ons from 1927, which looked like the least comfortable of the bunch — despite what the manufacturers insisted. Read more… Continue [...]

Continue Reading

Buhel Soundglasses

Unlike most sunglasses with built-in earphones, Soundglasses use bone-conducting transducers to deliver sound through your temple, leaving your ears free to listen to your surroundings. It also has attachments for prescription lenses. Link Link 2 Price: $165++ Continue Reading from the Source

Continue Reading

Pioneer reveals new professional studio headphones: HRM-7

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep Yesterday, Pioneer unveiled a brand new pair of professional studio headphones: the HRM-7s. The high fidelity headphones are designed with the audiophile in mind, providing frequency response up to an impressive 40kHz, as well as built-in airflow chambers for enhanced bass playback. While we have no doubt that the HRM-7s [...]

Continue Reading

Marshall Major II Headphones

The on-ear Major sounds good for its price and size but it was too tight and flimsy. Marshall hopes to correct those mistakes with the Major II. It has a more flexible headband, dual 3.5mm jacks and an L-plug. Drops 2/15 for $120. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

Continue Reading

Philips Fidelio NC1L

The Philips Fidelio NC1L are the world’s first active noise-canceling headphones that don’t require batteries. They plug into iOS devices with a Lightning connector and draw a trickle of power from the device. Drops 4/15 for $299. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

Continue Reading

AKG N90Q Headphones

AKG’s top-of-the-line headphones were inspired by music producer Quincy Jones. They offer audiophile-grade sound, automatic self-calibration, adjustable equalization and active noise cancellation tech. Out Summer 2015. Link Continue Reading from the Source

Continue Reading

Sennheiser’s Dope Momentum Headphones Are Now Wireless, Noise Canceling

I’ve fallen in love with the Momentum headphones Sennheiser launched a few years ago. They’re my gotos: The cans that sit on my desk everyday. Usually, I don’t care that somebody made existing headphones wireless or that they managed to make them noise canceling. Bluetooth? Yawn. Noise canceling? Whatevs. But I’m posting the Momentum wireless [...]

Continue Reading

Designed by OhhWord Media