Normal’s new wireless headphones feature custom made soft silicone earplugs and adjustable arms for a secure yet comfortable fit. They also have an integrated USB charging plug. Available with a silicone or a leather band. Sadly, Nelly had nothing to do with this.
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Audio-Technica challenges the beloved Bose QuietComfort 25 with an active noise cancellation variant of its critically-acclaimed MSR7 headphones. Audio-Technica says these sound equally great even with the ANC turned off. Drops 04/16 for $300. More on Reviewed.
These headphones incorporate a 24-bit 192khZ D/A converter and amplifier for awesome sound when plugged directly into your device’s Lightning or MicroUSB port. At the same time, their built-in battery can charge your phone. They also work over Bluetooth. Drops 8/16.
Phiaton’s BT 330 NC headphones combine the best of all worlds: Bluetooth wireless connectivity, active noise cancelling that blocks 95% of ambient noise, a microphone for calls, comfortable on-ear construction, and great sound quality in a lightweight, folding package.
If you’re gonna pay more than $50,000 for a set of headphones and an amp, it better be special. While we haven’t had the privilege of listening to Sennheiser’s Orpheus HE 1060 system, the way they present themselves when turned on certainly lives up to the price tag.
Designed in collaboration with DJ Tiësto, The Clublife Adagio in-ear headphones offer big, bold and dynamic sounds in a compact package, thanks to their powerful, but well-balanced 9mm drivers. Includes an inline mic for phone calls, and a leather storage wallet.
Peculiar but versatile closed-back headphones. The new HD 630VB gets its name from its variable bass. It has a dial on the right earcup for adjusting the low-end and controlling mobile device playback. It also has an inline mic and removable earpads. More at Head-Fi.
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