I have reviewed quite a few different pairs of Bluetooth headphones over the years, but none of them would survive a workout or say playing a sport. For those who want to be active and still want to ability to listen to their music without wires Scosche brings us the SportclipAIR wireless earbuds. These wireless earbuds feature soft, shapeable hooks which are customizable to provide the ultimate fit to you ear’s contours. The wraparound cable design provides tangle-free comfort. These earbuds are also IPX4-rated which means after your workout you can rinse them off without having to worry about damaging them. Let’s take a look at these earbuds and see what they can do!
Not that long ago we took at a look at Audiofly’s AF78 In-Ear headphones and after our evaluation they were the best in-ear headphones we had ever used! Moving down the product stack today we have the AF56m’s, which sits in the mid-range of Audiofly’s offerings. Audiofly says this about the AF56m’s, “Packing our largest in-ear driver, the AF56 delivers uncompromising sound, pumping out astonishing clarity over the whole spectrum with a rich and detailed bottom end… all with a nostalgic smirk”. If these are anything like the AF78’s we have another great set of headphones from Audiofly. These are the “m” version of the headphones meaning they have an in-line microphone that will allow you to take calls. Let’s take a look and see if we have another winner from Audiofly!
To me in-ear headphones or earbuds are extremely important. Maybe I am different than most of you but when I’m working on the go on my laptop, listening to music on my iPhone, or playing a game on my tablet, in-ear headphones are my escape from the real world. Many people think all in-ear headphones are the same, but if you’ve had the chance to experience any higher-end models you know that is not true. I also have to say after experiencing very good in-ear headphones the ones that come with are portable devices don’t cut it. I’ve actually been using the same pair of in-ear headphones since 2011! Today I will be taking a look at Audiofly’s AF-78 Premium In-Ear Headphones. These are Audiofly’s most expensive in-ear headphones and should be great competition for my 4-year old go-to pair! Let’s get started!
Logitech, a leading innovator of gaming products, today introduced two new gaming headphones, the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Wireless Gaming Headset and the Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum Gaming Headset. Featuring patent pending Pro-G audio drivers, the new headphones were designed by Logitech’s sound engineering team, with more than 25 years in audio development. The result is gaming headphones that deliver a superior all-around audio experience.
LUXA2’s Lavi headphone series is made up of the Lavi S, Lavi D, and Lavi L. We have already taken a look at the high-end Lavi S and the mid-range Lavi D, and now it is time to take a look at the entry level Lavi L. LUXA2’s tagline for this headset is “Wireless Music on the Go” and you can tell by the design that is what it is made for. Being the smallest headset in the Lavi series the Lavi L has a lay-flat and folding design that makes them easy to travel with, powerful 40mm drivers, controls on the earcups and more. Read on as we take a look…
Bluetooth headphones are great, they eliminate the annoying wires of traditional headphones and work with any Bluetooth device. This makes them extremely versatile and you don’t need to have your Bluetooth device on you at all times. This means you can have your device charging in the other room and still be able to listen to music etc. Not that long ago we took a look at LUXA2’s Lavi S Bluetooth headphones, they were a sort of mix between a set of headphone and a Bluetooth speaker. Well LUXA2 has sent us their Lavi D, which is purely a pair of Bluetooth headphones. LUXA2 tells us these headphones are made for listening to music and have state-of-the-art 40 mm drivers to bring you the best sound possible. Are these the Bluetooth headphones for you? Read on as we find out!
Typically when it comes to electronics we always know that the cost of making the product is far less than what we the consumer pays. It has been reported that Dr. Dre’s Beats by Dre headphones cost only $14 to make!
LUXA2 has slowly been growing on customers as they have been coming out with some really great mobile products and accessories. Today we have one of their latest products, the Lavi-S, which is a Bluetooth headset that not only sounds great but has a feature you just will not find on other headsets. First off the headset features 40 mm drivers that will give you a balanced range of bass, midrange and treble tones. The really interesting thing about this headset is that it has three different play modes. So you have Bluetooth and wired (aux in) playback, which is typical on most Bluetooth headsets, but with the Lavi-S you also have external speakers on the earcups. This allows you to share the music you are listening to with your friends and the people around you. Will this 2-in-1 device replace the need for a separate Bluetooth headset and speaker? Read on as we find out.
I have been a fan of wireless headphones and headsets since the RF days. They are great because you are not actually connected to anything so you can get up and use the bathroom, go to the kitchen and make lunch or just lay down on the couch without having to lose the music you are listening to. With Bluetooth technology built into so many devices having wireless headsets is all but common now. Today we will be taking a look at the Xtreme H3 Bluetooth Headphones from Adesso. These headphones have an over the ear DJ style, pivoting earcups, 50mm Neodymium Magnetic Drivers and controls right on the left earcup. Let’s take a look!
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