headphones

  • Review: Surge 2G Waterproof Sport Headphones From h2o Audio

    Review: Surge 2G Waterproof Sport Headphones From h2o Audio


    Short version: Here we have a pair of earbuds that lets you go under water and still listen to Waters of Nazareth by Justice. The sweat-proof and waterproof design make for a great pair of buds to take to the beach, wear during swim practice, or take anywhere you think may get a little wet. Read More

  • Review: Marshall Major Headphones

    Review: Marshall Major Headphones


    Short version: An attractive and compact pair of headphones, not revolutionary by any means, but powerful and portable, and hey, they say “Marshall” on them. Read More

  • Monster Now Selling Daft Punk TRON Edition Headphones That Are Technologic

    Monster Now Selling Daft Punk TRON Edition Headphones That Are Technologic

    Here’s something I want for Christmas: Daft Punk edition TRON headphones! Made by Monster—I’m assuming quality similar to the Beats—these ear cans come with LED lights. A first for Monster, the LEDs will light up and mimic movements from the character’s costumes. Read More

  • Nox Finally Gets Around To Releasing Its Scout Headset

    Nox Finally Gets Around To Releasing Its Scout Headset

    It was way back at E3 that I saw newcomer Nox Audio’s first gaming headsets, the Specialist and the Scout. I reviewed the Specialist shortly after, and pronounced it excellent. The Scout has apparently had some production issues, since it’s taken five months to come to market, but it’s now available to purchase. Read More

  • Marshall Releases Major and Minor Headphones

    Marshall Releases Major and Minor Headphones

    Back before kids had earbuds or earnodes or whatever, you used to listen to your Robert Plant on big studio cans, man. You’d just sit back with a J and just let the music wash over you while your mom and dad totally spaced out to Reagan in the living room and you were totally in the zone. Bam! Guitars! Boom! Drums! Like you could see the colors of the music, man. So that’s what… Read More

  • KRK Announces New Studio Monitor Quality Headphones

    KRK Announces New Studio Monitor Quality Headphones

    KRK, makers of high-quality studio monitors, have just announced for the first time, they will offer headphones of similar quality. Made for those who make music or just listen to music, the KNS series is for people that are serious about sound. There will be two models offered; the KNS-6400 and the KNS-8400. The headphones have a frequency range of 10Hz-22kHz on the KNS-6400 and a range… Read More

  • Marshall Teases Us With A Nice Pair Of Cans

    Marshall Teases Us With A Nice Pair Of Cans

    Basically all we know about these upcoming Marshall headphones is that they’ll be available on November 15 and that they bear the name of the vaunted monitor cabinet and amp company, Marshall. If the image is any indication, they’re perfect for hipster graffiti artists. Read More

  • New Ultrasone 2900 Audiophile Headphones Offer Single Or Balanced Cable

    New Ultrasone 2900 Audiophile Headphones Offer Single Or Balanced Cable

    Ultrasone, the high-end German audio guys, are putting out a new set of high-end headphones with a few tweaks to their formula. The Pro 2900 is the first Pro series set to be open-backed, a style I prefer, and they’re also offering two cable choices: balanced and single. Read More

  • Klipsch Shows Off Ruggedized In-Ears, First Over-Ear Headphones

    Klipsch Shows Off Ruggedized In-Ears, First Over-Ear Headphones

    We’ve been fans of Klipsch’s Image line of headphones for some time now, so we welcome the latest updates with open ears. The ones I’m most excited about are the Image S5i Rugged. When you live in Seattle, you spend a lot of time worrying about whether you’re going to get rained on, and it’s nice not to have to worry about your electronics. Read More

  • Sony Presents Two Great (And Expensive) Headphones

    Sony Presents Two Great (And Expensive) Headphones

    Sony in Japan introduced [JP] two high-end headphones today, the MDR-Z1000 and the MDR-EX1000 (an in-ear model). And both models boast some pretty good specs. The MDR-Z1000, which is pictured on the left, features 5Hz – 80kHz frequency response, 24Ω impedance, and 108dB/mW sensitivity. Read More