We can’t help but to be amazed by how fast TWS technology has advanced. Once TWS was struggling with battery life, now there’s dual driver, dual hybrid models, and more recently, active noise cancellation.
After reading about the T+A Solitaire P, suddenly a couple of hundred dollars for a pair of wireless headphones sounds like a lovely proposition. We are talking about the new SOL REPUBLIC Soundtrack headphones.
the SOL REPUBLIC Master Tracks XC Headphones, studio tuned by Calvin Harris, dispels the notion that studio headphones has to be big and cumbersome. at a glance, it looks like a pair of cans that you wear when you are and about, and not just for Deejaying gigs or in the studio. tuned to the exacting standards of the award-winning producer Calvin Harris
there was a little “side announcement” when Motorola unveiled the Moto X last week and it was a collaboration speaker by SOL REPUBLIC and Motorola, dubbed as the DECK Wireless Speaker. honestly, we are not digging its look, but on paper, it has pretty impressive stuff going under the fancy hued, thin wireless speaker.
looking for headphones with styling along the line of Beats but don’t want to drop pretty penny for it? then the new SOL REPUBLIC Jax In-Ear Headphones might just be worthy of your consideration. costing just $39.99, the Jax is designed from the ground up and uses a newly developed i2 Sound Engines
if you hold the believe that the look of your headphones is as important as how it sounds, and if you also happen to be the ‘arty’ type, then the SOL REPUBLIC x Tokidoki Tracks HD On-Ear Headphones might be worthy of your investigation. this awesome collaboration consist of two offerings:
whether you want to listen closer to your favorite tunes or just wish to shut out the hustle bustle of the city traffic noise, a pair of good headphones might be just what you will need. as an advocator of style, we’d go for something…