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Category: Audio

This Sticker Could Protect Your Apple Airpods from Theft

This Sticker Could Protect Your Apple Airpods from Theft
Apple has made some questionable decisions recently, and AirPods may be the biggest. How are you supposed to not lose these things when they go flying out of your ears? What were they thinking? We don’t know, but at least we can help keep them from getting stolen.

Review: V-MODA Forza Metallo In-Ear Headphones

Review: V-MODA Forza Metallo In-Ear Headphones
I recently tested out V-MODA’s Sport Earphones, and I liked them so much that they’ve since become my everyday earphones whenever I travel or exercise. Now, I’ve got my hands on the more premium model, the Forza Metallo.

The Jamstack Is an Attachable Guitar Amplifier

The Jamstack Is an Attachable Guitar Amplifier
You brought your guitar to the gig, but you forgot your amp? Problem solved. The JamStack is a compact guitar amplifier that will let you play anywhere without a traditional amp. The JamStack changes the game because it fits right on the bottom of your guitar and attaches in seconds.

Review: V-MODA Forza Sport Earphones

Review: V-MODA Forza Sport Earphones
If you’re looking for some great sounding in-ear headphones that you can wear during all kinds of activities, V-MODA has got you covered. Their new Forza earphones offer exceptional sound, great fit and versatility, and a cool design too.

We Blast our Street with the Pyle Street Blaster X Bluetooth Boombox

We Blast our Street with the Pyle Street Blaster X Bluetooth Boombox
When I first came across a press release for Pyle’s “1000-watt” boombox, the Street Blaster X, I had my doubts that a battery-powered portable sound system could achieve such lofty numbers. Now that I’ve had a chance to go hands on (and ears on) with this gigantic Bluetooth speaker, I’m really torn.

Review: IK Multimedia iLoud Micro Monitor Reference Studio Speakers

Review: IK Multimedia iLoud Micro Monitor Reference Studio Speakers
Musicians have long turned to IK Multimedia for tech gadgets and audio gear to make their lives better. Their latest product, the iLoud Micro Monitors are designed to give musicians – or anyone really – the purest sound available from desktop speakers.

WhammyPhone is a Bendable Music Playing Phone

WhammyPhone is a Bendable Music Playing Phone
Growing up I watched a lot of Looney Toons cartoons and I remember one where Bugs plays a wood saw to make some Hawaiian music. I imagine that the WhammyPhone is sort of the modern equivalent of that strange musical instrument.

This Levitating Speaker Is a Floating Storm Cloud

This Levitating Speaker Is a Floating Storm Cloud
What you’re looking at here is Making Weather, a fluffy cloud that levitates above its base while blasting your favorite tunes. This new weather phenomenon for your home comes from designer Richard Clarkson Studio and levitation platform experts Crealev.

Endless Rain Record: A Literally Long-playing LP

Endless Rain Record: A Literally Long-playing LP
Normally, when I want to relax and block out the sounds of the world, I turn on the White Noise app on my iPhone, and crank it up. But if you want something a little different to help you unwind, check this out.

Boombox Bag: Perfect for Carrying Your Beats (Headphones)

Boombox Bag: Perfect for Carrying Your Beats (Headphones)
Back in the day, boomboxes were all the rage, busting out golden age hip-hop while breakdancers popped, locked, and windmilled the their big beats. The problem with carrying around a real boombox was that they were really heavy to lug around.

Ears-on Review: Focal Utopia Open-Back Headphones

Ears-on Review: Focal Utopia Open-Back Headphones
If you’re a serious audiophile, nothing less than the best headphones will do. There are a handful of players at the very top end of the headphone market, and now French audio equipment maker Focal has joined the ranks with their ultra-premium Utopia headphones.

iRig HD 2 Musical Instrument Interface Ready to Rock

iRig HD 2 Musical Instrument Interface Ready to Rock
Musicians rejoice! IK Multimedia just dropped a big update to their iRig HD interface, making it the best way yet to connect musical instruments to your iOS device, PC or Mac. The iRig HD 2 lets you connect guitars, basses, and other instruments to digital devices, and lets you record, tweak and tune sounds to your heart’s content.

Sony’s New Gold-plated Walkman Will Cost You $3,200

Sony’s New Gold-plated Walkman Will Cost You $3,200
Sony’s new Walkman NW-WM1Z high-res audio player costs three times as much as last year’s high-end Walkman release. This time out, the audiophile player features “detailed acoustics and natural sound qualities,” thanks to its new S-Master HX digital amp.

Shure KSE1500 Review: Electrostatic Earphones Produce Simply Stunning In-Ear Audio

Shure KSE1500 Review: Electrostatic Earphones Produce Simply Stunning In-Ear Audio
Over the years, I’ve tested out dozens of different headphones and earphones, and until now, the best sounding ones I ever heard were a pair of STAX electrostatic headphones, connected to a schmancy tube amplifier. The technology in electrostatic headphones and speakers provides an incredibly clean and dynamic sound that is nearly impossible to produce with other driver technology.

Review: Focal Elear Open Back Headphones

Review: Focal Elear Open Back Headphones
Headphones are like cars. There are cheap and basic ones that get the job done, and then there are Ferraris. The Focal Elear is one of the luxury supercars of the headphone world. Everything about them exudes quality, from their impeccable build and styling to their incredible sound.

Review: iKlip A/V Smartphone Pro Camera Rig

Review: iKlip A/V Smartphone Pro Camera Rig
Today’s smartphones are shooting better and better video, making them more than sufficient for most purposes. However, one area where smartphones still kind of stink is in their audio recording quality. Their puny internal microphones were designed for making phone calls – so they tend to be tinny, and pick up lots of hiss and noise.

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