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    Creative Aurvana In-Ear3 Headphones Review

    Creative has been in the audio game a really long time. How may of us had Sound Blaster sound cards when desktops were still cool? I know I did. I even had their speakers, which were by far and wide some of the best sounding desktop speakers I owned over the last couple of years. […]

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    Tony Stark Would Approve of These Iron Man Headphones

    Because Robert Downey Jr. can only be Iron Man forever in your hearts, Marvel is undoubtedly going to do some mantle passing in their cinematic universe in the near (relatively) future. New Avengers have already started cropping up, with others soon to be introduced in their own movies. So, what we’re saying is, get your […]

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    Yurbuds Inspire 300 In-Ear Sports Headphones Review

    Earbuds don’t always stay in-ear. Even worse, try running with earbuds and they can feel like they never stay in. The Yurbuds Inspire 300 in-ear wired headphones aim to put an end to earbuds that fall out. These fitness earbuds not only accomplish that, they come with some solid features and an affordable price tag. […]

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    Monster DNA Pro 2.0 Over-ear Headphones Review

    Looking for a pair of premium over-ear headphones? Monster just released their second version of their DNA Pro lineup. The Monster DNA Pro 2.0 Over-ear Headphones come in one of three premium finishes and seriously rock. They’re tuned with “Pure Monster Sound” for a full range experience. Download their app and you can tune them […]

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    Plantronics Blackwire C725 Review

    Do you work in a crowded office or another noisy environment? If so, you should seriously consider the Blackwire C725 from Plantronics. This is a very high quality headset that will help you focus on your work and not the distractions in the office. Like a lot of Plantronics headsets and headphones, the Blackwire C725 […]

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    Harman Kardon Soho Wireless Headphones Review

    When Harman Kardon debuted the first generation Soho headphones last year, we were impressed with their unique square ear cups, lux looks, and how small they were on my head. What we weren’t so impressed with however, was how uncomfortable they were.  Thankfully the Soho Wireless have stayed true to its original design, while addressing many of […]

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    Marshall Major II Headphones Review

    In the tech world, even with audio equipment, it’s getting increasingly rare to see something that goes five years without a refresh. But, that’s just what happened with the Marshall Major on-ear headphones. They were released in 2010 to mostly positive reviews, although we had some issues with comfort and sound quality. If they didn’t […]

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    Monster Inspiration Lite On-Ear Headphones Review

    Having been fans of the Monster Inspiration over-ear headphones, we were thrilled when they announced the smaller, sleeker Inspiration Lite headphones. The Lite on-ear headphones are targeted for those that want to wear something smaller on their heads but still appreciate the Inspiration’s design with its option to swap headbands. But if you ask us, the Inspiration Lite […]

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    Urbanears Plattan ADV Headphones Review

    The classic Urbanears Plattan headphones have easily been the most popular non-Beats headphones in the past few years. Urbanears are much more toned down in terms of price, appearance, and marketing, yet still know how to compliment a unique sense of style. This is the first time Urbanears has improved on their classic hit, the […]

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    Alpine Over Ear Headphone Review: Music You Can Feel

    Alpine, a well known audio company in the auto industry, has just released a bold-looking pair of over-ear headphones. It’s their very first pair of over-ear headphones! These futuristic headphones sport a one-of-a-kind appearance, and also a one-of-a-kind set of features. There’s a built-in powered amplifier (which is optional for music playing), a bass transducer […]

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    Monster’s Greatest Hits at CES 2015

    Here at CES 2015, Monster had just as strong of a showing as anyone, giving us a look at some great new products they have in store for us this year. With new brand partnerships, new audio products, and the same great sound, it’s looking like a promising 2015 for the audio company, which is […]

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    JBL Harman Headphones World’s First Controlled by Hand Waves

    In an exciting development in headphones, JBL announced at CES the world’s first in-ear Bluetooth headphones with motion sensor control. Now that we are all used to people walking around and seemingly talking to themselves on their phones, why not add in some seemingly crazy hand waving too. We can handle it. The JBL Reflect Response […]

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    Star Wars Characters Headphones, These Are the Droids You Are Looking For

    In a CES booth, far, far away… a Star Wars Headphone collection was announced, featuring headphones designed around the R2-D2, a Tie Fighter, Darth Vader, and Chewbacca. These are just plain awesome. These high-end earphones join their predecessors from last year’s Rebel Alliance, Stormtrooper, Galactic Empire and Boba Fett headphone collection. They come armed with passive […]

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    Monster Unveils Slimmest Wireless Fitness In-Ear Headphones

    Wireless earphones are pretty much universally regarded as awesome when it comes to exercise—no snags, no earphones falling out of your ears, all that good stuff. The one problem is that those wireless earphones require their own battery to operate. Usually, that makes wireless earphones a lot thicker or necessitates the use of a behind-the-ear […]

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    Philips Fidelio NC1 Changes the Game on Noise Canceling Headphones

    Philips is finally joining the active noise cancellation headphone club this year with their Fidelio NC1 headphones. Coming from the Fidelio line, we’re expecting the audio to be solid, but it sounds like Philips’ first crack at ANC is going to be pretty impressive, too. The NC1 headphones use dedicated microphones for their active noise […]