The newest edition of Marshall’s Major headphones has a heavy metal theme: all-black paint with a denim headband. Marshall is also giving away a matching amp to promote the Pitch Black series.
This new line of headphones uses Wi-Fi to let you listen to music anywhere on any wireless network, tuning in directly to thousands of internet channels or connecting wirelessly to audio devices.
Designed by Philippe Starck, the Zik is packed with features, like touch-based volume and playback controls, auto standby when taken off, noise canceling and support for Bluetooth as well as NFC.
Sony employed one of the world’s best sound designers to craft this binaural soundscape that takes you inside the experience of preparing to rock out a capacity crowd. Headphones are a must.
Offering a modern and elegant design, the M40 headphones offer active noise-canceling to drown out annoying background sounds, and include an inline control for iOS devices.
Sculpted Eers let you make your own earbuds in minutes, so you can get the benefits of custom molded in-ear headphones – great sound, fit and noise cancellation – without the wait.
Like its big brother, the HD 700’s open ear cups flaunt its 40 mm Duofol transducers, mounted on steel gauze and angled for natural sound. A comfy headband and ear cushions round out the package.
Logic3 has teamed with Ferrari to create a line of luxury headphones and earbuds. While we dig the modern looks of the R300 and R200, the candy-like shell on the P200 really revs our engines.
The K 495 NC has active noise canceling capability, which is powered by an internal battery that is charged via USB. Also has a soft headband and ear cups for comfort.
The big, bold RPM has 40mm drivers, robust articulating joints and gel-filled over-ear cushions. It has an interlocking coiled cable wrapped in braided fabric. Available in three color schemes.
Motion director Paul Clements has created a stunning animated ad for the Ministry of Sound’s headphones that is is quite mind boggling. We love the part when the earphone gets wrapped.
Wrap’It is a headphone organizer that sticks on your device thanks to a large suction cup, so it’s always there when you need it. The flexible TPE plastic can accommodate most types of earbuds.
The piÃ¨ce de rÃ©sistance of Audio-Technica’s 50th Anniversary line. It has a cherry wood housing with lacquer finish optimized to suppress vibration, lambskin earpads and a 53mm driver.
Closed back headphones that deliver a wide open sound, thanks to the huge ear cups and the 50mm drivers – the biggest in AKG’s headphone range. Not for folks with small craniums.
A limited edition of the TMA-1 DJ headphones made with the help of hip hop and electronic label Fool’s Gold. It has an angled stereo plug and a cable lock so you stay connected while mixing beats.
The Thunderpants TP-1 are modified Fostex T50RP headphones with beautiful, hand-made wooden cups. Audiophile site Head-Fi swears that they’re on par with the likes of the Sennheiser HD 800.
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.
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