Audio-Technica’s ATH-CKS90NC noise-canceling earphones can block out up to -22dB of noise. The noise canceling function runs on a single AAA battery for up to 50 hours of sweet aural nirvana.
These headphones offer a striking steel design, but their lightweight construction puts minimal pressure on your head. A pair of 50mm dual-diaphragm drivers push frequencies from 5Hz to 30KHz.
The headphones in the soon to be released Grass Roots Collection from iWave feature sustainable wood grain details, are offered in 3 finishes and have a 20-20,000KHz frequency response.
Skullcandy and Roc Nation have announced their hot foldable Aviator Headphone collaboration, due in June. Features include 40mm full-range mylar driver, memory foam ear cushions and plush case.
Sony mashes up two of their popular franchises with the camouflage Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker W-Series Walkman. Pre-loaded with the MGS soundtrack and out this June for about $60.
Sleek Audio has unveiled their SA7 in-ear monitors, which have full VQ sound adjustment control and extend the treble range by a full octave, together with heaping on extra bass.
What better way to share your tunes with a friend but with a tiny robot? You have to decapitate him and poke plugs into his eyes to make him work, but that’s a small price to pay for sharing, no?
Kotori headphones are available in more than 100 color schemes. In case none of the stock designs suit your tastes, you can also create your own color combination. Available only in Japan.
Astro Gaming’s A30 Headset targets home gamers at $50 less than the A40; it features supra-aural on-ear cushions, closed back construction, a left-side only mic, and three QD cables.
Available 4/2010: Sony’s MDR-RF4000K is a digital cordless headphone with circum-aural cushions and 40mm long-stroke diaphragm; it’ll last up to 7 hours and includes a charging dock.
Listen with your ears and eyes with Brian Garret’s 3D Printed Headphones; they’re made-to-order cans created for his graduation project in conjunction with Freedom of Creation.
Turtle Beach’s Ear Force PX21 Headset gives gamers a leg ear up by letting you hear and control chat and game sound simultaneously; it’ll work with PS3s, Xbox 360s, and PCs.
Upgrade your Apple earbuds with V-MODA’s Remix Remote; it features a three-button remote+mic, all-metal construction, neodymium drivers, sport earhooks, and a Kevlar-wrapped cable.
Now available for preorder: Creative’s World of Warcraft Headsets feature THX sound, swappable Alliance/Horde lenses, and a detachable mic; they come in USB or wireless flavors.
The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors are Logitech’s flagship in-ear monitors; they feature 6 hi-fi speakers in each earphone, a 4-way crossover, and 3 tuned sound channels.
Metal Gear Solid 4 is no spring chicken, but Snake fans will dig Astro Gaming’s Audio System/Headset MGS4 editions; choose from three speaker tags and a black or white headset.
UrbanEars’ Plattan headphones target minimalist audiophiles; the tonal-colored cans sport a cord mic, fold down to the size of your fist, and can share music with other headphones.
Jaybird’s Sportsband hits a small, but underserved niche; ideal for fit multitaskers, the headphones sport an adjustable band, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR/A2DP, button controls, and microphone.
Literally listen to ear-splitting music with these Japanese-made in-ear Crazy Earphones, which are available in painful (katana, arrows) and quirky (mushrooms, ears) flavors.
Skullcandy does a full-court press with its NBA Player Series headphones; each pair of cans rocks the colors and name of one of eight NBA players, including Kobe, LeBron, and DWill.
Known for their Zeppelins, Bowers & Wilkins’ P5 headphones are quite a bit lighter but still feature packed; they boast a closed back design, sheep leather earpads, and gold-plated plugs.
Sleek Audio’s SA1 earphones are perfect for picky audiophiles: two screw-in treble ports can adjust frequency response, while a detachable cable offers wired or wireless wearing.
$50 won’t buy you top of the line sound quality, but Nixon’s Trooper Headphones are generous with features: you’ll get 40 mm drivers, a folding hinge, removable cord, and padded headband.
Available at AT&T stores 11/8/09, Jabra’s STONE ups the style ante for bluetooth earpieces; it packs a noise-canceling mic, touch-sensitive shell, A2DP, and charging dock.
Shure’s first cans for professional DJs, their SRH750DJ headphones boast a closed back design, padded ear cups that swivel 90 degrees, 50mm drivers, and a 10 ft. coiled cable.
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