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Phiaton‘s New BT Audio Cans Is A Beauty Designed For Traveling

If you are looking for a pair of headphones that delivers and at the same, hefty with style, then you can probably count on Phiaton. Phiaton is no stranger in award-winning headphones and while the new Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Bluetooth HeadphonesPhiaton BT 390 Foldable Bluetooth Headphones did not get an award (yet), it is no less stylish. Designed for travelers and commuters alike, it features Bluetooth 4.1 for a frustration-free music enjoyment, an easy-to-carry design for on-the-road use and quality wireless audio with an impressive battery life of 30 hours of music playback, non-stop. Sound delivery is via 40 mm drivers with emphasis on high-frequency clarity while oversized neodymium magnets promised “rich, commanding bass.” Continue reading Phiaton‘s New BT Audio Cans Is A Beauty Designed For Traveling

LG Tone Studio Goes On Sale, Puts A Speaker Around Your Neck For $200

If you haven’t already heard, LG Tone has a new successor, called LG Tone Pro Bluetooth Headset (HBS-780) and on the even higher end of the spectrum, there’s the LG Tone Studio (HBS-W120). Not surprisingly, both new Tones are as sleek as ever, if not sleeker than its predecessors. With the LG Tone Pro Bluetooth Headset it gets a hidden magnetic earbuds, advanced quad-layer speaker technology, plus nifty features like Find Me that will let you locate a paired device with LG Tone Pro and Voice Memo for recording and listening to voice memos using the headset. Continue reading LG Tone Studio Goes On Sale, Puts A Speaker Around Your Neck For $200

Razer Announced Hammerhead V2 BT and iOS Lightning In-ear Headphones

We all know Razer has bold ambition to go beyond gaming gear and that ambition never stops, starting with the in-ear headphones they have been peddling for a while now. Speaking of which, the gaming gear specialist, who now refer themselves as “leading global lifestyle brand for gamers.” has announced two new headsets (more like follow ups to the original, really): Razer Hammerhead V2 BT and the Razer Hammerhead V2 for iOS Lightning. Strange that Razer is willing to pay the license, or whatever you call it, to Apple to offer a Lightning connector version. Continue reading Razer Announced Hammerhead V2 BT and iOS Lightning In-ear Headphones

Marshall’s New Monitor Bluetooth Headphone Is An Over-ear Cans

Guitar amplifier maker Marshall’s Marshall Headphones has announced yet another new audio cans. This time it is the company’s first wireless over-ear headphones called Marshall Monitor Bluetooth. Marshall Headphones fans who loafed on-ear variety (which is pretty much what the company has offered to date) like I do will definitely be elated. The Monitor is presented in Marshall’s signature matte black finish and boasts custom tuned 40mm dynamic drivers that promised to deliver exceptional hifi sound that “perfectly balances clarity and bass with a wide frequency range.” Leveraging on an ergonomic over-ear construction, Monitor will deliver the aforementioned audio while offering superior noise isolation that you can enjoy for hours on end. Continue reading Marshall’s New Monitor Bluetooth Headphone Is An Over-ear Cans

B&O Headphones Goes Wireless, Have Replaceable Battery To Boot

Bang & Olufsen fans who lament about the brand’s lack of wireless headphones can finally smile cos’ it has one now, the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H9 Wireless Headphone. This first for the Danish high-end audio equipment maker, like the company’s many other products, is not lacking of features. For starter, advanced Active Noise Cancellation comes as standard, along with (and naturally) Bang & Olufsen signature sound. Now, if there’s one thing the world doesn’t lack, it would be wireless headphones and Bang & Olufsen is well aware of that. Continue reading B&O Headphones Goes Wireless, Have Replaceable Battery To Boot

This Is Mid Bluetooth, Marshall Headphones Newest Bluetooth Cans

Marshall Headphones, the audio equipment arm of the famed guitar amplifier maker, has announced a new pair of Bluetooth headphones called Marshall Mid Bluetooth. Mid is Marshall’s second audio cans to cut the cord and the latest to join the ever-growing Marshall headphone family. Billed as a premium Bluetooth headphone, Mid promised to deliver “a robust sound that balances clarity with just the right amount of bass” through 40mm dynamic drivers offering 10Hz-20kHz frequency range while wireless audio transmission quality is guaranteed by Bluetooth aptX technology that has a range of up to 30 feet (about 9 meters). Continue reading This Is Mid Bluetooth, Marshall Headphones Newest Bluetooth Cans

If Sound Delivers, It Could Be The Most Futuristic Wireless Headphones Ever

What is the future of headphones like? Our best guess is, wireless will be norm and that’s as far as our imagination can take us. However, according to startup Human Inc., the future of headphones is Sound and it is more than wireless; they would be gesture controllable and intelligent enough to pause the music when removed, and offers no less than six listening experiences in one single unit and these include ‘social’ which lets multiple users listen to the same audio source, ‘fade’ which is essentially noise cancelling that drowns out ambient noise, ‘amplify’ which turn the headphones into a loudspeaker by putting the two sides together, ‘speak’ that instantly translates between multiple languages, ‘active’ that monitors your biometric data when working out, and ‘sleep’ which, as you may have already guessed, monitors your sleep pattern. Continue reading If Sound Delivers, It Could Be The Most Futuristic Wireless Headphones Ever

Volant 3-in-1 Headphones Is Cool, But Do We Really Need Three Headphones?

Personally, I am almost always excited about new tech and gadgets, but this one here, the Volant 3-in-1 Headphones by U.K.-based Volant Sound, leaves us with a lot of questions. First and foremost: does a person really need three headphones? I don’t know, man. A music lover’s relationship with a pair of headphones is generally monogamous and as far as we know, most folks would have just one type of personal hearing device of choice. However, if you are those sort who prefers polygamy, so to speak, then Volant 3-in-1 Headphones might just be gadget of choice since it offers you a wired over-ear headphones, an in-ear headphones and a wireless headphones in one device. Continue reading Volant 3-in-1 Headphones Is Cool, But Do We Really Need Three Headphones?

RadioShack And Nick Cannon Limited Edition Headphones For 4th of July

Folks in the land of the US of A who feel particularly patriotic this July may be interested in this collaborative NCREDIBLE 1 Bluetooth headphones from RadioShack and Nick Cannon, draped in the appropriate Red, White and Blue colorway. Rapper/music producer/TV personality Nick Cannon, if you don’t already know, is currently serving as RadioShack’s Chief Creative Officer. Apart from the patriotic hue to mark the Fourth of July, this limited edition headphones is pretty much identical to the original which was launched earlier this year. Continue reading RadioShack And Nick Cannon Limited Edition Headphones For 4th of July

Urbanears Turns Active Headphones Into Clay Red For Roland-Garros

Unlike gym workouts, tennis and headphones don’t quite go hand-in cos’ obviously, you can’t really play tennis and listen to music at the same time as it would be an insult to your opponent (less you are practicing with a ball machine) but that doesn’t mean it can’t have anything to do with the annual Roland Garros French Open as proven by Urbanears Hellas Roland Garros Edition Headphones. To commemorate the annual tennis tournament, Urbanears gave its new Active Hellas headphones a Clay Red paint job, the trademark color of French Tennis Federation. Continue reading Urbanears Turns Active Headphones Into Clay Red For Roland-Garros