BlueAnt Embrace Stereo Headphones Company: BlueAnt Price: $199.99 MSRP There are headphones and then there are just headphones. BlueAnt has set out toRead More
Reverb Headphones Company: Wicked Audio MSR Price: $30.00 USD http://www.wickedheadphones.com With iPods, iPhones and iPads everywhere, and they being the way that mostRead More
Sennheiser CX 680i Adidas Sport In-Ear Stereo Headphones Company: Sennheiser Price: $79.95-$99.95 USD — depending upon vendor Ever since my first iPad, I’ve beenRead More
Mogul DJ Ear Pollution Headphones iFrogz $40 to $70 online Guest review by Devon Gilbert The first things you notice about the new MogulRead More
MiCorder Company: Olens Technology $60 to $80 online If you are an iPhone or iPod touch snob, stop reading now and get back toRead More
a-JAYS Three Price: $60 online t-JAYS Three Price: $80 to $100 online Company: Jays of Sweden Devon Gilbert assisted with this review The mostRead More
By guest reviewer Devon Gilbert and John “Nemo” Nemerovski Devon and Nemo spent hours listening, evaluating, and comparing these three innovative, affordable headphones withRead More
For the price both the Arctic Cooling P531 headset and the Arctic Cooling M571 gaming mouse are good-value products. The lack of Macintosh instructions is a niggle but not a flaw: neither product is sold as a Mac peripheral as such, they just happen to work great when plugged into a Mac.Read More
Arctic Sound P311 Bluetooth Headphones Company: Arctic Cooling http://www.arctic-cooling.com Price: $37.95 US Our listening and evaluation team for these headphones included Devon (age 22),Read More
v-JAYS over-ear lightweight clear-bass folding headphones Company: JAYS (of Sweden) Price: $98 US (not available until approximately November, 2010)http://www.jays.se/products/headphones/v-jays.html Martin Taylor enjoys listening toRead More
The Sennheiser PX210BT earphones are a comfortable against-the-ear headset designed to be used wirelessly with any newer Bluetooth compatible device. They also come with a USB cable that can be plugged into an external power source or computer output so that when the built- in rechargeable battery is low or exhausted you can still listen to music as you would with any other set of wired earphones. If you’re going to use them with an iPhone, keep in mind they do not come with a microphone.
I spent the last four afternoons outside in the late-winter sun of southern Arizona, evaluating GR8 while listening to dozens of free Amazon download tracks in a wide array of musical styles. The sound is immersive, placing my hearing senses fully and exclusively within the headphones’ immediate performance space.
Last week, we interviewed Lee Givens from America Online. He was so much fun to talk to, Lee returns as a co-host this week with Tim, Owen, and David to chat about older Macs, AppleTV, headphones, iTunes passing Best Buy in music sales, the future of broadband, and much more. John Nemo returns with Part Two of his AppleCare Switcher interview. A good resolution? Listen to find out.
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Skullcandy; now there’s a naming success. Skullcandy’s a little company that markets a wide selection of headphones, earbuds, and accessories. I’ve never had any trouble remembering this firm’s name! Skullcandy’s target audience is the skater/hiphop crowd, but don’t let that (or their too-cool-for-school website design) drive you away, even if you lean more to the fuddy-duddy side of the spectrum.
After playing around with cheap headphones I came to the conclusion that many do with devices like this; you get what you pay for. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a decent set of headphones without spending a fortune though. Case in point, the Sennheiser EH 150 headphones.Read More