Elijah Wood, more popularly known by his screen name Frodo from the The Lord of The Rings Trilogy, has hidden passions that most people don’t know about and they are music and making headphones. yes, apparently, he loves dabbling with audio cans and therefore, it would seem fitting to see this young celebrity audiophile come together with revered headphone maker Grado Labs to serve up a pair of headphones that would appeal to style conscious audiophiles. the result is the Bushmills x Grado Labs Headphone. what? wait, isn’t Bushmills a whiskey maker? so what has it got to do with headphones? well, officially, it is a collab by Bushmills and Grado Labs, involving Elijah Wood and also LA music maven Zach Cowie, and to better fit the Bushmills-Grado Labs collaboration, these exceedingly gorgeous headphones have earcups fashioned out of white oak bodies from the wood of the old barrels from Bushmills Distillery in Ireland.
you may have developed your own (electronic) musical style up to this point, but why stop there? shouldn’t your hardware speaks the same individual style as your music? so perhaps it is time to embark on the next step and take things a little more professionally by having your own custom DJ console, which you can start by acquiring the umidi Custom DJ Controller.
this pair of wearable display coming from HUD maker Lumus, who are better known for their military-grade products, is one of the sleeker high-tech eyewear we have seen to date and one that you can probably wear without inviting stares, well, except maybe for the chunky component at the side which houses a 5MP camera
having cold ears already? perhaps this Wireless Headphone Ear Warmers can help you get through the long cold winter while keeping you entertained and also lets you answer calls coming to your smartphone without exposing your ears to the harsh cold. lets just say that this is a two-in-one solution for those living in cold
Beats products are hardly something you will considered “luxe”, but that is set to change with the collaboration between Beats and famed New York-based designer Alexander Wang. clad in the Alexander Wang’s signature black and gold colorway, the collection comprises of Beats’ key products like the Pill Bluetooth Speaker, the
Gramophone horn-style speakers for iPhone are not new, but they are generally, based on natural amplification. we won’t blame their creators, cos’ having a horn this huge really tempts one to go all natural, but not the Gramovox. not a chance. a couple dudes had a better idea: combining the proven acoustic of a gramophone
want something a little futuristic-looking on your head as oppose to those boring, pretty standard headphones? then we suggest you check out the latest iteration of the LG Tone, dubbed the LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth Headset (HBS-800). retaining the unique design of the original Tone, the Tone Ultra sports an around-the-neck design
thirteen is the number of articles here tagged with Blu-ray Player, which kind of explains the rarity of this medium in today’s context. Blu-ray player is hardly the first choice device for home entertainment needs, now that streaming has taken the crown as the preferred medium, but the Oppo BDP-103D Blu-ray Player begs to
we know in-ear headphones are tiny and as such, most people often overlooked the importance of the design, but not us. we believe that however small it is, as long we are using them, they have to look good and therefore, a pair like the Meze 11 Deco In-Ear Headphones make a lot of sense to us.
the impression of gaming gears, especially headphones, are mainly of polyethylene construct. though hardy, plastic is hardly a material that you would call ‘classy’, much less ‘premium’ at any given level, but the Razer Kraken Forged Edition Headphones you see here is about change all that. featuring earcups crafted from aircraft-grade