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Fiskar 88 headphone amplifier concept

Posted in Headphones by Reuben Drake on March 10th, 2011

Fiskar’s 88 headphone amplifier is designed by Edouard Urcadez. It features a unique and sexy form factor, large volume / tone knobs, and a variety of rear outputs. There’s no specifications since it is just a concept, but we don’t care what it’s packing. We just want one.

We can only hope that it actually gets made in real life. It’s too awesome looking not to make a reality. What do you think? Should they offer this one to the public? Or not?

USB Headphone MP3 Player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Forget wires. Forget having a separate MP3 player from your headphones too. Why not keep it all in one unit with this cool new USB Headphone MP3 Player? That way, it’s all on your head, in one place.

Sure, it looks awkward to use and totally uncomfortable with not much padding, but at least it eliminates carrying a separate MP3 player. Only $34.00 from Brando. Some features include: Playing MP3s from SD/MMC cards, Hi-Fi sound, Rechargeable lithium battery, Folding design, Blue backlight LCD display and Five sound functions.

Audio Technica AT-HA35i headphone amp doubles as an iPod dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2010

If you need a headphone amp, Audio Technica has a special one just for you. The AT-HA35i amp includes a D/A converter that supports 192 kHz/24bit audio, along with a max output of 440mWx2, 20-20kHz frequency response and support for 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz sampling.

But what makes this one unique is that it has a built-in iPod dock. Pretty cool no? It even packs in RCA, S-Video, and digital audio outputs in back to connect it to your other devices. Obviously it will cost you. Expect to pay about $560 when it arrives in Japan next month.

Microcassette tape rewinds your headphone cord

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2009

Microcassette tape rewinds your headphone cordYou know what’s annoying? All of that excess cord you have when you wear your headphones. What can you do? Well, you can hide that spare cord and add a little retro flair to your look with this little gadget. It was designed by Jason Amendolara for Fred & Friends and is called the »REW cord caddy.

It looks like an old-school cassette tape and lets you conceal all of that extra wire inside. No info on pricing or a release date yet. Hopefully it will be available soon so you can get rid of that extra cord.