Audio enthusiasts, Beveled Edge Studios handcrafts this elegant solid wood stand for headphones and personal listening gear. It can hold two pairs of over-the-ear headphones and has six small shelves for DACs, amps, and other small devices. They can also customize the unit to fit your audio equipment’s exact dimensions.
No, that’s not a typo. Pastry artist Amaury Guichon created these realistic-looking headphones using a beet sponge cake layered with fresh raspberry mousse, a raspberry and yuzu compote, a red sable, and a raspberry cremeux. They don’t sound as good as Beats headphones, but these taste much better.
Sony’s new Inzone line offers audio and video gear for hardcore gamers. Their headphone series features clean and modern aesthetics, 360º spatial sound, crystal-clear sound reproduction, long-wearing comfort, and immersive bass. They come in wired (H3), wireless (H7), and wireless noise-canceling (H9) models.
Sony’s updated wireless cans offer a great balance of audio quality and active noise cancellation. The WH-1000XM5 has a sleek new design, though they no longer fold like the M4. They have smaller but more accurate drivers, eight microphones to eliminate unwanted background noise, and run for up to 30 hours per charge.
Slanted Designs makes 3D-printed busts of famous characters and people for you to rest your headphones on. They come in a variety of designs like Iron Man, Hulk, The Terminator, Pickle Rick, and even Jar Jar Binks. They can also make a custom headphone stand based on a character of your choice for $160.
Nostalgic for the ’90s? Skullcandy goes retro with this limited-run earbud collection, borrowing the neon-pink, purple, and blue splatter colorway from Pit Viper, the lifestyle brand conceived on the ski hill and born in the back of a van. Options include the popular Grind, Push Active and Dime true wireless earbuds.
Headphone maker Skullcandy teamed up with The King of Beers to create a line of personal audio devices which incorporate the brand’s iconic red color scheme, along with their script, bowtie, and crown logos. The line includes over-the-ear and in-ear wireless models at prices from $35 to $210.
JBuds Frames are tiny Bluetooth speakers for your eyeglasses that direct sound to your ears. Twin attachments slip onto almost any frame to provide wireless sound as an open-air option to earbuds and headphones. Switches between music modes and calls with a built-in mic. Side benefit: makes you look like a spy.
Veho’s gaming headset cranks out high-quality, immersive sound. It has a futuristic style and offers comfort for marathon gaming sessions. Its noise-canceling mic is great for co-op strategy or taunting enemies. Compatible with PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Save 20% with code CYBER20 through 12.31.21.
This sculptural octopus art can hold headphones, hats, purses, or small accessories. Its head and eight tentacles offer multiple hanging positions and come with hanging hardware. It’s one of the many fun 3D-printed headphone holders you can find in the M3is3D Etsy shop.
The warm rosewood and tan leather accents of Sivga’s SCV021 headphones preview the warm and natural audio you can expect from their 50mm drivers. They offer a crisp and clean 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response with 105 dB sensitivity and envelop your ears with soft and comfy earcups.
Clear sound and active noise-canceling tech make Skullcandy’s wireless Hesh ANC Headphones a sound buy at a great price. The over-the-ear cans offer the same perks as more expensive competitors, such as 22-hour battery life; Rapid Charge; call, track and volume control; built-in Tile location tech; and popular color options.
RAAL-requisite’s high-end SR1a headphones use an innovative “Earfield” technology for precise and full sound without influence from room acoustics or surface reflections. Their specialized ribbon drivers accurately reproduce sounds from 30Hz to 30kHz, combining a wide-open soundfield with impressive low-end response.
V-MODA’s true wireless earbuds combine their trademark hexagonal design with crisp 6mm drivers and up to 6 hours of playback per charge (plus 18 hours from their charging case). The Hexamove Light is the standard model, while the Hexamove Pro offers greater fitting versatility and interchangeable decorative shields.
Go hands-free for Zoom meetings with a wireless headset that lets you comfortably multi-task. The JLab GO Work headset uses Bluetooth multipoint connectivity to switch between computer and phone tasks without re-pairing. Big bang for the buck with 45 hours of playtime, two listening modes (voice + music), and a 30 ft. range.
Marshall applies their signature style and audio expertise to a pair of true wireless headphones. They pack custom-tuned drivers for clean and crisp sound and intuitive touch-based controls. They run for 5 hours per charge and up to 25 hours of recharges with the included charging case.
Skullcandy has built its brand on reliable audio quality at a budget price. Now they take a bow with their first Active Noise Canceling true wireless earbuds, Indy ANC, the brand’s best performer yet. Up to 19 hours of battery, water-resistance, lag-free connection, ambient listening mode, Tile tracking, and a wireless charging case.
These may look like ordinary sunglasses, but their temples pack tiny speakers, a battery, and a microphone, so they double as headphones. They feature polarized lenses with UVA/UVB protection and offer up to 5 hours of talk and music time via a Bluetooth wireless connection.
Estonian design shop Udrik’s playful metal stand provides the perfect place to store your over-the-ear headphones. Serving as both a work of modern art and a functional accessory, the powder-coated steel and oak stand resembles an abstract human who is happy to wear your cans when you’re not using them.
Yamaha’s premium wireless headphones incorporate high-tech features like 3D spatial sound with head tracking, active noise cancellation, and a personalized listening optimizer just for your ears. It offers seven surround modes including ones for concerts, movies, music videos, and more.
Marshall’s in-ear headphones produce maximum sound output in minimal space. They’re designed for well-balanced audio and have a built-in EQ switch on their remote for customizing your sound. A tangle-resistant cord and brass-tone metal accents complete the package. Save 45% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
Nolan Cooley is a surfer, skateboarder, and artist who defies preconceived notions about living with autism. Skullcandy commissioned Cooley’s colorful artwork for the “Sound Without Boundaries” program and these limited-edition Hesh Evo Headphones. The wireless cans have Tile finding tech and 36-hour battery life.
OLLO’s S4X headphones let you listen to music exactly as it was intended. Used by audio engineers in recording studios, they’re equally good for audio purists looking for a clean, natural sound without artificial tweaks. They’re made from sustainably sourced American walnut, aluminum, leather, and stainless steel.
These lightweight earphones let you enjoy music while hearing your surroundings. They feature an open design that floats outside of your ear canal to pipe in sound. They run for up to 5 hours per charge and have a built-in microphone for calls. Save an additional 15% through 8.4.2021 with code ANNUAL15.
These lightweight earbuds from Nokia let you enjoy your tunes without wires. They feature 6mm graphene drivers for high-quality sound, and play for up to 5 hours per charge. The included charging case provides up to 30 additional charges on the go. Save an extra $29 with code LISTEN29 at checkout in The Awesomer Shop.
These wireless Bluetooth 5.0 earphones offer noise cancellation tech for crisp and clean music and phone calls. They’re sweatproof and water-resistant and have a touch sensor for adjusting volume and answering/hanging up on calls. Available in grey, blue, green, or red. Save an extra 20% with code WELOVEDAD through 6.20.2021.