The Kubuni is a headphone stand that does more than display and store your headphones. It lets you plug in over-the-ear wired headphones and connect them to other devices via Bluetooth. You can switch between inputs via its knob. It also has a volume control.
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These in-ear noise-cancelling headphones do a neat trick. They have built in microphones to record binaural sound, capturing immersive audio at concerts and other places where you want to replicate the experience of being there (when played back on headphones.) Demo here.
If you’ve never listened to a pair of electrostatic headphones, you’re missing out. They offer the most authentic, open, and warm sounds. Koss and Massdrop teamed up to offer a new edition of the audiophile classic ESP/950 for an amazing price. Drops 9/17/18 at 6am PT.
The ATH-CKR7TW are Audio Technica’s first truly wireless in-ear headphones. True to the brand, they didn’t skimp on audio quality. The 11mm drivers are constructed with materials that reduce distortion, and it has a built-in DAC and amp to ensure depth and clarity.
A truly exquisite over-the-ear headphone featuring luxurious materials like Italian Saffiano leather and a durable forged aluminum headband. Specialized piston diaphragm drivers provide a clean and spacious sound like being in the studio with the recording artist.
Renowned amp maker Ashdown Engineering now has a Bluetooth version of its one-of-a-kind active noise cancelling headphones. Like the original, the OV-1B has VU meters that react to the audio being played. It also adds phone and playback buttons on the left earcup.
It may look like a pair of earphones, but the Vinci 2.0 is so much more. It’s powered by Amazon’s Alexa, has its own storage, and supports 3G connectivity. So it can make calls and messages, search for answers and connect to music streaming services on its own.
Bose’s upcoming Sleepbuds can play only the 10 relaxing sounds that are loaded in the buds themselves, and can mask out other sounds. A mobile app will let you pick the sound, adjust the volume and set an alarm. They will come with soft eartips and a charging case.
Sony’s quirky personal speakers give you surround sound without taking up space or completely cutting off ambient noise. The SRS WS-1 has 2W drivers and vibration motors with three levels of strength. It comes with a wireless transmitter that can pair with two units at once.
Jaybird is known for having great-sounding and well-priced workout earphones. Its first fully wireless product is no different. The Run offers easy but powerful sound customization. It’s water-resistant, lasts 4h per charge and comes with a charging case that adds 8h of runtime.
Focal takes their already very good over-the-ear headphones and cuts the cord. They offer crisp, clean, and natural sounds, and a snug fit that keeps out background sounds. Battery life is great too – up to 20 hr per charge. Read our full review on Technabob.