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Kiss Super Bass Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2010

Okay Kiss fans, we know you want to rock and roll all night and party every day. So why not do it with these official headphones? These Kiss headphones feature their signature colors and logo. And they are apparently Gene Simmons approved so you know that you will be adding to his massive wealth.

These headphones also fold up for easy portability. The Kiss Super Bass Headphones retail for $49.95. You supply the make-up and long tongue.

Skullcandy lets you try on headphones using Augmented Reality

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2010

You can always buy a pair of headphones online, but sometimes you want to check them out in person to see how they would look and feel on your head and ears in the store. That isn’t always possible since certain styles can’t be found at retailers.

Well Skullcandy is changing that. The Skullcandy Virtual room will let you try on a pair of headphones using augmented reality. You can even record your session and send it over to your friends if you look great.

Sennheiser PC-163D & PC-333D Gaming Headphones arrive in September

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

Sennheiser knows gaming. They’ve released plenty of headphones in the past for the gaming market. And now they have officially announced the PC-163D and PC-333D gaming headphones.

These headphones are great for both the casual and hardcore gamer who want to immerse themselves in the gaming world. Both headsets feature 7.1 surround sound, an adjustable mic boom and standard noise cancellation.

Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Razer has introduced this pair of Orca gaming and music headphones that certainly are green. They feature a comfortable ergonomic design with quality sound in a venomous green color. The Razer Orca comes with a shorter, standard braided cable for listening to music on the go, but you also get a braided 2 meter extension cable for home use and desktop gaming.

It also offers enhanced drivers to optimize your game sounds and the bass in your music.Great for games, great for music, so you are covered either way.

Logitech tosses wireless G930 gaming headset onto market

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 5th, 2010

I like being able to cut the wires on all the gear that goes along with my PC, as long as the wireless gear works as well as the wired stuff it replaces. Logitech has a new set of headphones called the G930 that have debuted today that look interesting.

The G930 has 2.4GHz RF connectivity good for up to 40 feet of distance from the computer. The battery inside the wireless headphones is good for ten hours per charge and can be charged with a cable while they are in use.

Monster Tron Legacy T3 & T1 Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 30th, 2010

People are getting pretty excited about the new Tron movie. That’s a good enough reason for Monster Cable to team up with Disney to bring us several Tron Legacy products like these T1 headphones, T3 in-ear headphones, the Monster Tron Powerstation and the ID Disc Dock.

These T1 headphones will come with Monster’s ControlTalk, and they look pretty awesome. As if they came straight out of the movie. If you are a Tron fan, then you’d better start saving some dough. You have a lot to buy.

Lego Headphones

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2010

I don’t think we’ve ever seen an actual set of Lego headphones before. This Instructables DIYer didn’t just glue a few Lego bricks onto an old pair of headphones either. If you look at the detail, this guy has some awesome skills.

The whole project took about a month and a half to complete. The creator claims that they are sturdy enough to be “tossed around in a bag”. And he can take it apart any time he wants to make repairs that may be needed on the go.

Audio-Technica ATH-XS7 and ATH-XS5 headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2010

Audio-Technica has introduced not one but two new headphones for the mass market today. They sport an interesting design, almost retro and apparently come in several colors.

The ATH-XS7 and ATH-XS5 both come equipped with a “Wide Back Band” headband, a 110dB/mW output and a 47-Ohm impedance. Sadly we have no info on pricing or availability yet, but hopefully we will know more soon. Then we can buy them and hopefully it will be music to our ears.

Funko releases Star Wars Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2010

Apparently Funko is now in the headphone business. Their Funko-Tronics division hasn’t wasted any time, as they have just launched 5 different pairs of headphones, designed after Star Wars characters. You have Darth Vader, a Clone Trooper, a Stormtrooper, Boba Fett, and the Rebel Alliance.

Sensgard ZEM headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2010

Sensgard has rolled out its ZEM headphones. They come with a simple amplifier that will reproduce purer sound and cancel background noise using a proprietary technique from acoustic researcher Dr. Jozef Zwislocki. The noise cancellation doesn’t require any power, instead using a physics-based sound filter which reduces noise in low and high frequency ranges.

Since there is no electronic gear involved with that, the cost and weight of the headphones are reduced. A few small, electro-magnetic receivers work as electro-mechanical amplifiers, delivering a frequency response between 20Hz and 20,000Hz and a sensitivity of 110.5dB at 1,500Hz.

Audio Technica ATH-BT03 Bluetooth headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2010

If you are in the market for a new pair of Bluetooth headphones, you might want to check out the ATH-BT03 from Audio-Technica Japan. It supports Bluetooth 2.1 EDR profile with a range of up to 10-meter and SRS WOW for realistic surround sound.

The ATH-BT03 is powered from a Lithium Polymer battery that provides enough juice for up to 6-hours of use. These are available in three different colors.

Jaybird Sportsband SB2 now available in an assortment of candy colors

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2010

The Jaybird Sportsband has received a paint job and a bit of a redesign and are now being called the Jaybird Sportsband SB2. These are available in 9 different colors, from pink, red, blue, and more. Jaybird is also selling two adapters.

The iSport Bluetooth Adapter enables apt-x CD quality music on your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. While the uSport Bluetooth Adapter will allow you to use your Sportsband with any device that has a headphone jack, allowing bluetooth to work on any non-Bluetooth device.

JayBird SP2 Sportsband headphones debut

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on June 29th, 2010

JayBird has been making wireless Bluetooth headphones for a while now. The company has announced its latest set called the SB2 Sportsband headphones. They promise CD quality audio with Bluetooth streaming for active types not wanting wires.

The headphones are offered in nine different colors with some specifically for the ladies. Audio is tuned for deep bass and for good all around sound according to JayBird. The new headphones promise better call and audio quality than previous generations from the company.

TDK releases three new Sport Headphones in Japan

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2010

Whether you spend your time running or in the gym, you’ll want a good pair of sport headphones so you can sweat to your tunes. To that end TDK has recently introduced three new sport headphones for the Japanese market.

The TDK TH-SB22YG and TDK TH-SB20YG produce a sound pressure level of 104dB/mW with 16 Ohm of impedance, while the TDK TH-SB21YG provides a sound pressure level of 97dB with 32 Ohm of impedance. The headphones will be released this summer in Japan for around 2,000 Yen (or $22).

Monster Clarity HD Modular in-ear headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2010

Monster Cable has announced the upcoming Clarity HD Modular In-Ear Headphones, which look good. These are available in a black/red version or a chrome/red version. Both are made with a solid-metal construction and the headphones are apparently ideal for listening to high quality/uncompressed content from your iPod, iPhone or iPad.

They come packaged with 10 pairs of Monster’s SuperTip eartips in the composite foam version, and SuperHooks to make the headphones more secure for joggers. The new Monster Clarity HD In-Ear Headphones also sport ControlTalk for making phone calls.