Posts Tagged: "Headphones"

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SMS Street by 50 ANC Review

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ast week we donned the newly remastered Studio headphones from the well-known Beats by Dre camp. We came away mostly impressed with the new build quality, comfort and tweaks to the overall soundstage. Now former partner-in-rhyme Curtis aka 50Cent and SMS Audio are kicking out their new Street by 50...

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Beats by Dre Remastered Studio Over-Ear Headphones Review

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e all have to grow up at some point. Life’s lessons culminate to breed humility and hopefully wisdom and maturity. In some instances, it defies the notion, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” It’s true, the Beats by Dre signature Studio over-ear headphones have matured and learned more...

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LSTN Cherry Wood Troubadours Headphones Review

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here’s dozens of headphones on the market, with many of them relying on gimmicks ranging from celebrity endorsements to noise-cancellation tech to improve on the sound. The LSTN (pronounced “listen”) Cherry Wood Troubadours Headphones doesn’t rely on either; it’s sound comes from a lightweight, attractive and minimalistic over the ear...

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Phiaton Bridge MS 500 On-Ear Headphones Review

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I’m looking at another set of cans from Phiaton’s Moderna Series. The company selects the most stylish offerings they can conjure for admittance in the M-Series and the Phiaton Bridge MS 500 fit the bill with ample flair, and go on to surprise with their comfort. It’s true, these are...

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Sprngclip Keeps Your Earbuds Where They Belong

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Earbuds, if you think about it, are not the best form factor for headphones. Sure, they’re space-effective, but they can be fairly difficult to keep in your ears, especially if you’ve got an odd ear shape or move your head quickly. We’ve all accidentally flicked somebody with our earbuds, or...

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LSTN Headphones Are Built From Wood, And Built For Charity

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Wood is more a novelty than a commonplace material in headphones, but if you think about it, it really shouldn’t be. Quite a few instruments involve the use of wood in their construction, from pianos to guitars; wood is a naturally renewable resource; and we have centuries of experience manufacturing...