Proving that they are on the bleeding edge of technology, Atari has announced that it’s working on a new line of wearables. The first product in the “Atari Connected Life” line? A Speakerhat, powered by Audiowear.
Focal might not be a brand that most of you are familiar with, but they should be. The French audio company is making some downright excellent headphones, ranging from the ultra high-end Utopia open-back headphones to their more accessible Listen over-the-ear headphones.
Apple today took wraps off of a neat new piece of home audio gear – a compact speaker which takes aim at both personal assistant devices like Amazon Echo and Google Home, and also the premium wireless speaker market.
V-MODA has been a leader in the headphone space for a while now, making some excellent gear for your listening pleasure. Now, for the first time, V-MODA is making a Bluetooth speaker, with the aim of providing the same kind of premium build, design, and sound quality found in their headphones.
Master & Dynamic has been admired by many others in the tech community for their high quality headphones. I’ve not spent much time with them other than a brief listen, so when I was able to get my hands on a pair of their latest headphones, I definitely was looking forward to giving them a more in-depth evaluation.
Every time V-MODA comes out with a new pair of headphones, I get excited to test them out. That’s because every single pair I’ve ever tested sound great, and lasts and lasts. I’ve yet to be disappointed in their products.
When it comes to headphones, I am particular, but not necessarily about the audio quality. I’m not an audiophile, but I’m very critical about the way they fit. Most over-the-ear headphones that I’ve used have cushions too small to fit over my ears and they end up sitting on my ears.
So you bought yourself a fancy flatscreen TV so you can enjoy movies, sports and games on the big screen. But you plug it in and are quickly disappointed that the tiny little speakers they crammed in there do nothing to complement the awesome picture.
Remember that episode of The Simpsons where Bart finds all of those megaphones and breaks all of the windows in Springfield? Well, Kevin Kohler, better known as The Backyard Scientist has recreated the prank. Will it explode all of Homer’s beers in the fridge?
We have seen people make music using some strange instruments over the years. The use of hard drives as MIDI instruments to make music comes to mind. Now we have an orchestra, if you can call a bunch of dudes that bang on obsolete office equipment an orchestra.
Oh man. I have never wanted a turntable so bad. This Star Wars portable record player is awesome. Spin your vinyl with the power of The Force. While this turntable really should have been released back in 1977, it’s here today.
Hushme is a mask that looks like the one Bane wore in The Dark Knight Rises. It also looks like something they would slap on a serial killer so he doesn’t bite you. However, it’s actually used to silence the wearer’s voice for phone privacy in public areas.
Cut the cords on your headphones and grab these compact Bluetooth earbuds from 1Voice. They’re just the right size to stay in your ears, but are also nice and inconspicuous.
They offer up high quality sound, and minimize skips, static and other noise thanks to their high end CSR 4.2 Bluetooth chipset.
Planar magnetic headphones have long been considered some of the best sounding personal listening devices on the market. Many audiophiles swear by the big, natural, and open sound this technology can produce. However, until now, planar magnetics were limited only to big, on-ear cans.
How many iPhone cases have a high-quality speaker and a battery pack built in? None that I can think of. The Peri Duo smartphone case has done it. It doesn’t just give you an upgraded audio experience, but also charges your phone.