Last week at CES we got a sneak peak at ROCCAT’s latest gaming headset, the Renga. Now that ROCCAT has officially announced the headset we can tell you a little more about it. This headset is not only designed for PC, but for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, tablets, and more.
DJs are making millions upon millions of dollars to perform in the hottest venues throughout the world. Many people have seen Calvin Harris or Steve Aoki perform, but what if you could see exactly what they’re seeing at all times. Altec Lansing’s DVR DJ-Style Headphones is equipped with a 1080p/30fps camera that is aligned at eye level so DJ sets can be experienced like never before.
Fresh from Sweden, Urbanears is looking step into the active/sport headphone market in a big way. These latest launches are designed almost purely for the active user looking for headphones to keep up with their lifestyle. We saw both products, one a sleek looking over the ear Bluetooth set, the other an in ear pair.
Plantronics was showing off two new Bluetooth headsets at CES Unveiled this year. One is more consumer focused and the other is more for the workplace. These headsets are the BackBeat SENSE and the Voyager Focus UC.
The original Tt eSPORTS Cronos gaming headset was released back in 2013, we were really impressed with it and since then Tt eSPORTS has released a few different versions of the headset. The latest version is the Cronos AD which seems like it is designed to be a more streamlined and lightweight headset specifically made for eSports athletes. It features a design much like the original Cronos but has a new open air and auto-adjusting headband that is made to fit your head perfectly. You have 40mm neodymium magnetic drivers as well as a retractable and bendable microphone. This headset is also made to work with multiple devices so you can use it with your PC, mobile device, tablet, etc. Let’s see what the Tt eSPORTS Cronos AD Gaming Headset is all about!
Audiofly has really impressed us with their in-ear headphones. We first took a look at their high-end AF78’s then moved down to the AF56’s and now we are taking a look at the AF45’s. These sit right above Audiofly’s entry-level AF33’s, so they are two steps down from the top of the line AF78’s. Audiofly tells us that the AF45’s deliver clear, honest tones. They have well defined mids that groove with a punchy bass and blend with stunning highs that chime like a church bell. At only $35 these fit into the budget of most people, let’s see if they are for you.
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.
Feb 01, 2016 0