• Video Review: The Skullcandy Aviator Headphones with Microphone for iPhone/iPad

    Video Review: The Skullcandy Aviator Headphones with Microphone for iPhone/iPad

    I don’t have a lot of experience with Skullcandy headphones. Honestly, I’ve always thought they looked a bit cheap. I was pleasantly surprised to see how nice the Aviators looked. A very classic, old-school design. Very clean, and great fit on the ears. You can actually see me using these cans in our last YTR Hangout. Now… Do they sound as good as they look?

     
  • iWalk Announces Amour Headphones

    iWalk Announces Amour Headphones

    iWalk has unveiled its latest headphones, the Amour – a selection of headsets in varying colors with remote microphone and multi-function remote control for your smart device.

     
  • Bowers & Wilkins P3 Headphones: Compromise without Compromise

    Bowers & Wilkins P3 Headphones: Compromise without Compromise

    As much as we love our Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphones, I realized 2 things after doing my original review: 1. Though at $299 we felt that the P5 was a bargain, that price point may still be a bit high for folks on a budget who still want to experience Bowers & Wilkins audio. And… 2. While the P5 headphones are quite compact, many consumers are still looking for headphones that are more portable. Now on the surface, B&W’s C5 in-ear headphones seem like the perfect solution–featuring a lower price ($179.95) as well as a much smaller in-ear form-factor; but the simple truth is that while the C5’s are a fantastic in-ear audio solution, some folks simply prefer on-ear or over-the-ear models. So what did Bowers & Wilkins do? What they always do–they outdid themselves. Read on to learn why the P3 headphones are the perfect compromise…without having to […]

     
  • Satechi Releases BT Lite Headphones

    Satechi Releases BT Lite Headphones

    Ever out listening to your iPod and in the process of putting it in your pocket, grabbing your wallet, pulling a book or Kindle out of your bag, you’ve managed to tangle yourself in the cord of your headphones like an early Wonder Woman cover? Well Satechi has a solution for you in the form of their BT Lite Headphones. The Bluetooth 3.0 headphones allow you to stream audio from your device without the need for tying yourself up in cords. The BT Lite headphones have integrated controls for volume and music and can easily switch between call and music mode when used with a smartphone Satechi BT Lite Headphones are available now for $44.99. For more information, check out the release after the jump.

     
  • Bose Hits the Streets with New Design and Signature Sound

    Bose Hits the Streets with New Design and Signature Sound

    If you’re looking for high-end over-the-ear headphones, the choices are a plenty–and this new pair from Bose is refreshed and ready for you to take a listen to. The new Bose OE2 headphones offer a stylish new design (available in both black and white) and are both slimmer and lighter than their predecessor; the one thing that Bose promises hasn’t changed, is the excellent audio quality. There are two version of this new design–the $150 OE2 and $180 OE2i–the difference is the addition of an inline remote and microphone (Apple compatible, of course) on the higher priced model.

     
  • iSkin Presents earTones: Quality Sound, Quality Protection

    iSkin Presents earTones: Quality Sound, Quality Protection

    iSkin, the creator of many great iAccessories, is back in action with earTones. Available in a variety of different colors, these stereo earphones feature the same antimicrobial protection that their keyboard protection offers, in a great headphone accessory. On top of the protection, you’ll get a built in remote that works with iOS, Mac and BlackBerry devices–and of course, high quality audio. Check the full release after the jump.  

     
  • Medis Earphones By Urbanears: Comfortable, Cool and Colorful

    Medis Earphones By Urbanears: Comfortable, Cool and Colorful

    We’re always on the lookout for a good pair of in-ear headphones and the folks at Urbanears have piqued our curiosity with the Medis. Along with looking incredibly cool (and coming in 12 different colors), they pack some impressive tech. The Medis features “ear-click” technology that anchors the earpiece in 2 different places, thereby alleviating the discomfort caused by earphones that put all of the pressure on one part of your ear; you also get 4 interchangeable inserts to further enhance your comfort. The Medis also features an inline mic and remote that will let you make calls with your Apple, Nokia, HTC and Blackberry phones. With an MSRP of $50, they seem to be a great deal–of course, we’ll reserve final judgement until after we hear how they sound. We’ll be sure to post a full review as soon as we get our hands on a pair.

     
 

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