Tag: headphones

Hands on with the V-Moda Crossfade LP Headphones

This isn’t the first time that we have reported on the V-MODA Crossfade LP headphones before, and it probably won’t be the last. I finally got my chance to try them out for myself, and man, I was impressed at the 50mm Dual-Diaphragm High-Definition Driver.

Coloud Headphones has an NHL series

We have reported on the Coloud series of headphones before, such as the Colors series and the R2-D2 model. It would appear that the company is shifting focus to the NHL with their new series. The Coloud headphones have 40 mm Power drivers and a frequency range of 20Hz.

Pioneers HDJ-500T-K Headphones

We have reported on a lot of headphones from Pioneer before like the SE-MJ71-S Steel Wheels, the SE-MJ151, and the SE-NC31C-K Noise Cancelling Earbuds. The company has just unveiled the Pioneer HDJ-500T-K with “a 40 mm diameter driver, thick 19 µm (micrometers) diaphragm and a copper clad aluminum wire (CCAW) voice coil”.

Thinksound ts02 in-ear headphones

We have previously reported on the MEElectronics A151 in ear headphones, and, as promised, we will cover another inexpensive in-ear headphones, the Thinksound ts02. Unlike the A151, the ts02 goes greener as they are made of hand-crafted sustainable wood.

Signeo USA unveils Soul headphones by Ludacris

It must be a sign for a musician to have their own headphones. Whether you are 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, or Justin Bieber, you just have to have them. Now it is Ludacris’ turn. Like the headphones of 50 Cent, this was shown off at CES, but no price was announced.

AKG releases two wireless headphones

The Austrian headphone manufacturer AKG has just released two new wireless headphones, the K 830 BT and the K 840 KL The first was the K 830 BT, and it is Bluetooth powered. It is also compatible with any particular device like a smartphone or tablet for stereo audio streaming.

Bandai offers Universal Bunny headphones

There is just something magical about living in Japan – one of them would be the way they tend to incorporate cuteness into a device or product, while the other would be the ability for technology to tie in with commercial releases as a packaged product.