Posts Tagged: "Earbuds"

Cord Cruncher

Cord Cruncher Headphones Review

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What’s the worst thing that can happen to a pair of headphones you’re using with a mobile device? Well, duh, it’s to have the wires connected between each of the earbuds get tangled. Besides being a pain in the behind to untangle (and always to have to do at the...

dB Logic EP-100

dB Logic EP-100 Earbud Headphones Review

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Headphones–earbuds especially–are designed to create an enclosed and personalized jam session. When a pair is worn we are hoping for concert-for-one level quality and clarity. We expect no audible spill-over to disturb those around us. At the very least, we don’t want to clue them into to our Justin Bieber-riddled...

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V-Moda Vibrato Remote Noise Isolating Headphones Review

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My colleagues and I have held long and in-depth dialogues on the purpose and design behind the science of earbuds. No not the meaning of life–we “gadgeteers” indulge in more esoteric musings such as the purpose and focus market for earbud earphones. Earbuds can often present more problems than you...

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JAYS a-JAYS Four Earbuds Review

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One of these days I would like to research the sheer totality of accessories and peripherals launched to-date for iOS devices. It’s has to be something like, “the most amount of accessories” created for any one series of like-devices. At the very least I’m sure one could blanket a mid-sized...

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Jays a-JAY One+ Earbuds

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Sleek, simple and versatile are just a few of the words that describe the a-JAYS One+ earbuds. They’re actually the second iteration of the earbuds.  The plus has been added to denote the added inline microphone that sports a single button to control the start and stop of your tunes...

Sony MRD-EX1000

This Is Sony’s $800 Earbuds, The MDR-EX1000

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Call us skeptical, but we don’t think Sony’s MDR-EX1000 EX-Monitor Earphones are worth $799.99.  That’s how much Audiocubes has the high end earbuds going for, which they say deliver a frequency range of between 3-30,000hz.  Human hearing typically ranges between 20-20,000hz, and that’s even a stretch, especially if you’re old....