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Tritton offers two sets of headphones for Best Buy

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on August 28th, 2009

tritton-logoAt some point every gamer or music fan out there needs a good set of headphones. The gamer needs headphones so they can play without bothering everyone else nearby. The Music fan needs headphones so they can hear all the nuances of their music.

Tritton makes some nice headphones for gaming and music and the company has announced two new sets of headphones for Best Buy called the AX 180 and the AX 720. The AX 720 headphones are Dolby 5.1 surround headphones that work with the Xbox, PS3, and PC for simulated 3D audio.

Sennheiser unveils MM400 and MM450 Travel Bluetooth headphones

Posted in Sennheiser by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2009

seenheisermm400-sbIf you travel a lot by air, you probably have invested in some sort of noise canceling headphones. The constant drone of the jet engines and that person next to you telling their life story can get old very quickly.

Sennheiser has unveiled a couple new Bluetooth headsets including one that is designed for the frequent traveler. The headsets are the MM400 and the MM 450 Travel. Both headsets are designed to work with smartphones and other devices. Both headsets fold flat for traveling.

Tangle-free headphones zip together like a ziplock

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2009

Necessity is the mother of invention. This one was sorely needed. How many times have you had to deal with tangled headphones? I hear ya, too many. Lee Washington was sick of tangled headphone wires, so he did something about it.

He created a way for the two wires to stick to each other when not in use, sort of like how a ziplock bag works. When the headphones are not in use, you can just zip them together. It’s the little things like this that make our lives so much easier.

JVC HP-S560 and HP-S360 headphones

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2009

JVC HP-S560 and HP-S360 headphonesJVC has just announced its HP-S560 (10Hz to 25kHz) and HP-S360 (10Hz to 24kHz) headphones that boast 32O impedance and 112dB/1mw output for superior audio quality. Both models feature the specially developed “Dual Protection Structure” on their driver units which suppresses unnecessary resonances.

Both will be available in Japan sometime between September and November. We don’t have any info on how much they will cost, and whether they will be available outside of Japan. We’ll just have to wait and see.

Paul Frank Skullcandy headphones and earphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2009

Paul Frank Skullcandy headphones and earphonesIf you have a Paul Frank iPod case, you might want to think about matching it up with a pair of these Paul Frank headphones and earphones. The way we see it, there’s either Paul Frank and his monkey, or Hello Kitty. Which side are you on?

Paul Frank and Skullcandy have teamed up for this artists series of headphones and earphones featuring Paul Frank’s Julius and Scruvy characters. They are available in different funky colors and shapes. The prices range from $21.95 to $54.95.

Bose unveils new QuietComfort 15 headphones

Posted in Bose by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2009

boseqc15-sbIf you are like me, you probably think of those big noise-cancelling headphones when you hear the name Bose. The company does make a lot of other products from radios to home theater speakers as well.

Bose has announced the latest addition to its line of active noise cancellation headphones called the QuietComfort 15. The new headphones feature both new active and passive noise cancellation technology.

iHome iHMP5 Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

iHome iHMP5 HeadphonesiHome proves that over the ear headphones are alive and well with their iHMP5 headphones. iHome even went the extra mile and put an in-line amplifier in them, so if your ears start to hurt, you can take them off and they are instant portable speakers.

The iHMP5 also comes with a louder battery-powered amplifier as well so that when users want to set it up in speaker-mode, the power is reduced in private normal mode. 2 inch drivers bring the sound, and it has an extra volume clip for more control.

Turtle Beach X31 wireless headset for Xbox debuts

Posted in Turtle Beach by Shane McGlaun on August 12th, 2009

turtlebeachearforcex31Turtle Beach has been making headphones for computers and game consoles for a long time. The company offers all sorts of other products as well that help gamers and computer users listen to music and watch movies without waking the whole house.

The latest set of headphones from Turtle Beach for the Xbox 360 is the Turtle Beach X31 stereo wireless digital RF gaming headset. The headphones are the replacement for the Turtle Beach X3 headset and allows for digital stereo sound to be sent without wires from the Xbox.

LG cellphone transforms from handset to headphones

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2009

LG cellphone transforms from handset to headphonesLG has announced its Design the Future competition winners, one of which was this Hi-Fi cellphone that also doubles as headphones. Supposedly when it’s folded up, it can fit into a slot in a laptop or your pocket. Unfold it and you have a fancy pair of stereo headphones.

Pretty nice. If this design concept ever finds its way to the real world, it could be a winner. LG could do itself a huge favor by thinking outside of the box and actually offering up some items like this one.

JVC black series foldable headphones

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on July 30th, 2009

JVC black series foldable headphonesThe new JVC Black series HA-M750 and HA-S650 are designed to be used with the latest generation of portable audio devices. The JVC HA-M750 is a full-size headphone with a 1.57-inch (40mm) driver unit for deep bass. It offers “DJ-style” one-ear monitoring with unique twistable housing, and a foldable design for portability. This one comes with a slim, gold-plated iPhone-compatible plug and a ¼-inch plug adapter.

The JVC HA-S650 is a flat-folding model that’s also easy to take with you. It’s also light so it’s comfortable when using it for long periods. This one has a 1.42-inch (36mm) driver for deep bass and the 3.94-foot (1.2 meter) pure copper cord minimizes friction noise. Also has a slim, gold-plated iPhone-compatible plug.

JVC offers new colorful in-ear earphones

Posted in JVC by Shane McGlaun on July 30th, 2009

jvcearphones-sbBack to school season is upon us and evidentially several manufacturers think that every student going back to school needs a new set of earphones. I guess there will be many students looking for earphones considering that most students have iPods or other MP3 players.

JVC has announced two new sets of earphones with several color options including the HA-FX20 and the HA-EBX85. The FX20 earphones are designed for the basic user and have five color options available and ship with three different sizes of rubber ear tips.

Audio-Technica announces new noise canceling headphones

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on July 30th, 2009

ath_anc7b-sbWhen I was in college the big problem I had with studying wasn’t that it was too noisy to do it. The big problem for me was that I didn’t give a crap and didn’t like to study. If you are set to go to college this year and fear your dorm mate might be loud, Audio-Technica has new headphones for you.

The company has announced a set of over-the-ear and in-ear headphones that are designed to block 85% of external noise. The headphones use high-power driver magnets and promise clear sound. The headphones aren’t cheap though.

Blinx Sound Responsive LED Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

Blinx Sound Responsive LED HeadphonesIf you love a good rave, why not shell out £24.95 for this pair of Blinx Sound Responsive LED Earphones? Each pair comes with a trio of LEDs that will pulse in time with the music currently being played. It accomplishes this with an inline LED equipped control box, that will work with any device that has a 3.5mm jack.

Who doesn’t want others to see their rockin’ tunes? We aren’t sure if the batteries are replaceable or not. We only know that people will see you coming at night. And when you arrive…Party time.

Audio-Technica announces updated ATH-ANC7b headphones

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on July 9th, 2009

audiotechnicaheadphones-sbThere are a number of noise cancelling headphones and earphones on the market that remove noise from an environment by active or passive means. The headphones come in especially handy when trying to work or rest in noisy environments like on an airline flight.

Audio-Technica has announced an improved set of active noise-canceling headphones called the ATH-ANC7b headphones that promise to eliminate 85% of external sound from your environment. The headphones also feature removable cables in two lengths — 1.6 meter and 1.0 meter.

Razer Megalodon headphones with 7.1 surround

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2009

Razer Megalodon headphones with 7.1 surroundRazer’s new Megaladon headphones must be awesome since they are named after an extinct humongous shark. They are. Headphones this badass have to be named for a monster. These babies actually emulate a 7.1 surround sound system.

They also come with a remote for adjusting the volume and a mouthpiece to use while gaming, which is what they are made for. They go on sale for $150 tomorrow. If you’re in the market for serious headphones, these are worth a serious look.