The PS500 has “one-third the price” for “two-thirds of the performance” of the high end PS1000 headphones. Hand-made in Brooklyn, NY with metal alloy and mahogany hybrid enclosures.
If you’re wondering why the outside of these headphones look like speakers, that’s because they are speakers. Just flip a switch to go from solo mode to sharing your tunes with the room.
Marshall’s handsome and comfy Major headphones are now more cellphone-friendly. They now have a built-in microphone and a one-button remote to control music playback and receive calls.
Just for the Sony PS3, these wireless phones blow your eardrums with 7.1 virtual surround from across the room, along with a built-in mic for chats with your buddies. Out this Sept for $100.
Flash your coolness with the limited edition Chrome headphones by Beats by Dre Studio; with only 50 produced, the headphones will feature a brilliantly reflective chrome finish and unique engraving.
Designed “by DJs for DJs,” Red Wave headphones were made to sound great and look great. They’re powered by big 50mm neodymium drivers, and have swivel earcups for monitoring house audio.
This week’s pick are Audio Technica’s ATH-BB500 headphones, which offer big bold sounds to help you shake yourself out of your daily funk, as you crank up some funk. Check back on 3/1 for more.
Is it the plethora of colors on these UrbanEars headphones or the gorgeous photography showcasing the newest hues in the collection that’s more compelling? Either way, they look pretty cool.
If Dr. Dre was a real doctor he could have come up with this instead of Beats. A cool concept for a headset by Antrepo Design Industry. We hope these get turned into a real product soon.
Neckband, backband, whatever you choose to call this type of cans, you can be assured of comfort and huge sound. The ATH-BB500 has 44mm drivers with a maximum input of 1,200 mW.
Compatible with Apple’s portable devices, the Siberia Neckband is designed to be worn behind the neck for a more comfortable fit. It also has a retractable unidirectional mic for answering calls.
We know all about audio-obsessed Munitio’s cool earphone offerings; TA readers can use the term “VIBRATO” at checkout at their shop to receive a sweet 25% holiday savings on any model.
A set of officially licensed Star Wars headphones from Coloud. Judging from their price, these cans won’t sound like they’re powered by the Force, but they still make for great gifts.
Marshall has finally taken the wraps off of their headphones. The Major has the same vinyl exterior as Marshall’s famous amps, earcups that look like grille cloth. You can’t really stack these, though.
Judging by the price, it’s safe to assume that these are not the best-sounding headphones in the galaxy. But that’s a small price to pay (pardon the pun) to be able to rock out with your Darth out.
Teague designer Dana Krieger used the concept of tensegrity in the creation of the 20/20, giving the headphones both durability and flexibility, not to mention a bad-ass, yet stylish look.
Are you a serious audio snob? Sony’s flagship phones are designed for professional studio monitoring, pumping out frequencies from a gut-shaking 5Hz up to an astounding 80KHz.
We’re surprised it took Marshall almost half a century to come up with their own headphones. The company teamed up with Zound Industries to create amps for your ears. Drops on Nov. 15.
If you like to kick it in old school (or should we say old republic), you could try strapping a pair of these Rebel Alliance folding headphones on to show your support for the cause. (Thanks Alex!)
Stylish DJs who want a little flash while mixing beats might like these gold colored HDJ-1000 headphones from Pioneer; they’ve got a frequency range of 5Hz to 30kHz and impendance of 36Î©.
The scandalous Edition 10 headphones are handmade in Germany using exotic materials, such as ear cup covers lavished with Ethiopian sheep leather, ruthenium and Zebrano wood.
Designed for people on the move, with an adjustable ear hook and a flexible arm to ensure a firm grip. Powerbeats also have a built-in mic so you can use them to answer calls or in video chats.
For its 100th year, Denon has released a variety of limited edition gear, including the AH-100 headphones, kicking out frequencies from 5Hz to 37KHz, sporting hand-crafted mahogany details.
Google’s new plugin lets you call phones right from within Gmail’s chat window. Calls to the US & Canada are free for at least this year; check out Google’s blog for more info.
Etymotic now gives customers the option to have custom-fit eartips. Have your ears measured by an audiologist, then send the earmolds to ACS labs so they can make the eartips. The WSJ has more info.
Gizmodo thinks Sony’s headphones look like something out of Tron: Legacy, we think they just look cool. They offer 7.1 digital surround, and a built-in boom mike for chat. Europe only for now.
Sporting an “iconic, utilitarian and seductive” design, Aiaiai TMA-1 DJ headphones are the product of extensive research and collaboration with professional DJs and musicians.
A one of a kind brand with a one of a kind product, AIAIAI’s Swirl earphones were designed to be practical and comfortable, with tangle-resistant cables and buds that hang over the ear.
These sleek modern ‘phones from TV juggernaut Vizio stream wireless 5.1 surround sound from your own system or Vizio’s home theater soundbar. Active noise cancellation too. Coming soon at $299.
HoodieBuddie has created a line of jackets that incorporate earbud drawstrings into the fully washable design, allowing for an iPod or other MP3 player to connect into the pocket of the hoodie.
Functional headphones with padding wrapped in camo print. Cox & Cox filed it under the kids section, but who says we can’t rock these too? We’re not expecting great sound quality though.
Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff
Home | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | DisclosureAdvertise | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Sites We Like
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Cool Cars: 95Octane
Site Design & Content © 2008-2019 Awesomer Media / The Awesomer™
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right