Wireless anything is big business right now. The rise of smartphones and tablets over the past few years have spurred on the boom of cloud storage, media streaming services, and Bluetooth audio products. Especially Bluetooth audio products. You can find the latest wireless speakers and headphones in practically every size, shape, and color.
After Apple acquired Beats Electronics, we’ve all been anxiously waiting to see what new products would come after the acquisition. Now, we have our first in the form of the Solo2 Wireless on-ear headphones. Of course, they just had to use an exponent in the product name to make our lives just a little more difficult.
Icon Q’s Boundless bluetooth earbuds are unexpectedly neat. I’ve been walking around with them around my neck for two weeks now– not solely because I constantly forget they’re there– and I’m feeling myself becoming increasingly obsessed with them. I’m not an MP3 person. I got my first MP3 player when I was in 6th grade and more »
While there are many audio products available to choose from, not all are created equally. One can spend a lot of time digging in and sorting through all the options to find that right speaker or set of headphones. If you have or are currently experiencing such indecision, read on to see why Plantronics’s latest headphones may be the right choice!
Yamaha recently announced the introduction of the company’s new EPH-M200 earphones made with beta-titanium material. But if you’re asking what that means, we’re more alike than I thought. Apparently, this allows the earphones to conform to the shape of the user’s ear canals for superior comfort. And while I hate the phrase “ear canal,” I fully support a headphones that cares about ear canal comfort (shudders). However, if the price point is too much for you, Yamaha is also releasing the EPH-M100 earphones for a more affordable price point, along with special ear tips with two types of silicone.
Most people I know love music and audio products, yet are loathe to overspend. They’re perfectly fine with the basic earbuds that come with today’s new smartphones. However, as soon as I let them listen to a pair of Sennheiser or V-Moda headphones, minds are quickly changed. They absolutely love the richer sound, that is, until they see the sticker price.
The holidays are right around the corner, and either you or someone you love deserves something amazing. But maybe more you than them, right? Especially if you expect to do some traveling. Whether or not you expect to spend some time in a car or a plane, you should do so in total audio comfort and bliss.
If part of your day involves lots of phone time, it pays to have a good earpiece. It doesn’t really matter if you’re in an office, mobile office, or just chit-chat with people frequently. That earpiece is going to be your best friend for quality, wireless communication.
When you hear the name ‘Alpine’, you likely think of car audio equipment. Alpine Electronics has been a leading manufacturer of performance electronics and mobile vehicle entertainment for decades. We’re talking about everything from speakers, amplifiers, navigation systems, subwoofers, and receivers.
I first encountered Life N Soul at CES 2014. To me, they’re a very new company, but have a very big heart when it comes to audio and music. Their style draws you in and the sound keeps you around. Bluetooth wireless headphones are “in” right now. Does the Life N Soul BE501 have what it takes to compete? Read on and find out!
If you’ve had the opportunity to get away from big cities for a night or two – like during a camping trip – you might have looked up at the sky to stare at stars. If the timing and location were right, it might have been a meteor shower show. Either way, there’s no contesting that a city’s air and light pollution really put a damper on celestial beauty.
V-Moda has been drumming up accolades over the past couple of years, namely with its renowned Crossfade M-100 headphones. They’ve been doing their own thing since 2004, which is melding tech fashion and performance together. V-Moda has been at it long before this recent, budding revolution of wearable tech. Although some may not prefer V-Moda’s more »