The world is a noisy place, and it’s nice to ensconce yourself in a comforting cone of music. The winner of our June contest will win id America’s Spark earbuds. Modeled after spark plugs, they provide smooth, clear audio and the inline microphone lets you answer calls on an iPhone, too.
We’re in the age of the celebrity headphone. Everyone from Jay-Z to Quincy Jones to, um, Snooki has headphone deals now. Those celebrity endorsement deals don’t come cheap, which is why it’s common to see certain brands costing several hundred dollars. But not everyone wants to drop several bills on a pair of cans. So we rounded up some more moderately priced headphones and put them through their paces. And the results were surprising.
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Ever hang out in a room with other Apple users and look down to realize you can’t figure out which MacBook or iPhone is yours? We’ve set out to solve the problem of Apple mix-ups once and for all and scoured the web to bring you five of the trendiest accessories available right now--practically guaranteed to make you stand apart from the crowd. Here are five Apple accessories for the geeky, glamorous, and just plain hip.
If you’ve owned more than one iPod or iPhone, there’s likely a stash of unused white earbuds tucked away somewhere. Apple may have nailed it with their devices but for many, those now-iconic earbuds leave a lot to be desired. But you don’t have to give up style for sound quality. Incase has come to the rescue with a pair of fashionable headphones capable of controlling Apple devices--they sound great, and have sleek good looks that will turn heads.
It’s day two of the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and the new products just keep a-comin’! Among the most popular items at the show are music accessories and specifically headphones/earphones, which are present and accounted for in abundance. Thankfully, Moshi Audio is rising above the din of the crowd with a new set of earphones aimed at audiophiles.
In the market for some new headphones or perhaps a charger or battery backup for your iOS device? It might be worth your time to stop by the Scosche booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which kicked off Tuesday in Las Vegas. The company is announcing new offerings in their Listen and Power product lines, but if you can’t make it to Vegas with us, read on for the details.
A good pair of headphones can make you feel the music instead of just hearing it. But any hip-hop producer can drop 808 beats so low that you feel them in your gut, and any headphone manufacturer can artificially pump up the bass to make their tiny speakers sound bigger than life. That doesn’t mean your headphones are good—it means you’re not listening to the music as it was produced and leveled. The Shure SRH940 headphones aim to balance the scales and change the game.