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BeCell’s vibrating headphones pump up the bass


From a company called BeCell comes the VSG160G, a pair of headphones that rocks the ability to really shake up your world. It’s a built-in motorless vibration system, something that you might find enjoyable for music, movies, or games. The VSG160G is compatible with most devices, including DVD players. The vibration level is adjustable, so you won’t be stuck with ...

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Block out the world with Turtle Beach noise reduction headphones


When I’m listening to my music, I want to enter my own world and be engulfed in the tunes. I want to let my daily concerns slip away, as I get snap my fingaz with Lil Jon or discover the animal I have become with Three Days Grace. To listen to your music — and only your music — you ...

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Elecom Ear Drops: Faux bling headphones


It’s funny, really, because when we see the latest Nokia Vertu phone or the even Jaren Goh’s $300,000 Black Diamond, we drool at the bling and wish we had that kind of money to waste on something so trivial. Then, something more affordable like the Elecom Ear Drops earbuds pop up and everyone scoffs at its cheap, crystal appearance. After ...

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Bose goes smaller with QuietComfort 3 headphones


Bose QuietComfort 2 Noise Cancelling headphones are unquestionably effective, but the problem for some people is that they aren’t exactly streamlined. In fact, they’re kind of huge. The company has addressed that situation with the release of the new Bose QuietComfort 3 Noise Cancelling headphones. The company’s goal was to create a smaller, more portable on-ear design without sacrificing audio ...

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Bluetooth headphones offer streaming stereo


Not sure about you, but I’m a sucker for clever names. This company certainly has one: It’s Blue Ant, and it’s out of Australia. Its latest product is a stereo bluetooth headset, the X5. This rather large yet handy headset does what you would expect it to—connect to an audio device, portable or not, via a wire or the trendy ...

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Soundwalk speaker vest eliminates headphones


No, we’re not reporting on the latest bulletproof vest technology coming out of Asia that packs RFID tags, DMB TV or anything like that. Instead, this SWAT gear-looking article of clothing is a speaker set that you wear. Dubbed the “Soundwalk”, it appears to be designed for use in the great outdoors, perfect for disturbing the critters on your nature ...

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Bass-heavy headphones


Some of us like a little more bass in our musical-listening lives. It’s not enough to hear the melody and the drums. It’s the bass that really drives a tune, even a show tune. The folks at V-MODA have us bass freaks in mind. They’ve become quite the bass-focused manufacturer of late, and now they’ve come out with the “Heavy ...

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Aiwa’s UZ-PS128 headphones with built-in MP3 player


To some people, Aiwa “is and always was a lower-end brand of Sony”, but I grew up listening to my Aiwa-branded record player and I loved it. The name brand is still alive and kicking, and this time they’re pushing the technology just a touch beyond what is currently available. When you’re going for a hike or working out in ...

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Waterproof headphones from H2O Audio


What good are waterproof cases for your iPod when you don’t have a set of headphones to go along with them? A shocking experience, I know. That’s why Otterbox and H2O Audio came around with the announcement of their new waterproof headphones. A perfect complement to the Otterbox waterproof iPod cases, these headphones provide high-fidelity sound with a durable neckband. ...

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17 new headphones from Sennheiser


You’re only as good as your next pair of headphones. That’s the mantra of Sennheiser, who are poised to show off 17 new models in the next couple weeks. Some of the new models sport a small rubber attachment that you can hook around your ear, making sure that your stubborn ears don’t reject the phones that are allowing you ...

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GEiL armband MP3 player with wireless headphones


Nearly all small form-factor MP3 players these days either come with an armband accessory, or one is available for purchase. Armbands are great for when you’re at the gym or going for a run, and now GEiL of Taiwan has made an audio player that is built right into a flexy-looking armband. Unveiled at CeBIT 2006, the look of GEiL’s ...

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Six speakers crammed in a set of headphones


WaveOn isn’t going to win any awards for the aesthetic design of its ‘aon, but the USB headphones certainly are innovative, shoving six speakers in there for true 7.1 channel sound. According to AVING.net, each ear will be treated to a speaker dedicated front/center, one for the rear, and, of course, the all important subwoofer. The MCH-501U (you can see ...

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$3,100 Ultrasone Edition 7 headphones


If you have a load of cash laying around and are a fan of really, really good sound, then you might want to check out Ultrasone’s Edition 7 luxury headphones. They are very high end headphones that are individually serial numbered from 1 to just 999, so chances are very good that the guy sitting beside you on the bus, ...

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Koss Tügo MP3 headphones


I think it would be nice to have some nice big, comfortable noise blocking headphones that I could wear around without having to worry about wires or having a pocket for my MP3 player. Koss must think so too, because that’s exactly what their new Tügo headphones are. They are a player, controls, battery and headphones all in one. The ...

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Victor wireless headphones help you untangle the wires


A bunch of new wireless headphone systems have been unveiled by JVC-Victor in Japan. Sporting some uber-lightweight infrared technology, the HP-ALW600 (not to be confused with your friends over at Hewlett Packard) weighs in at a mere 2.8 ounces. The lack of mass will serve you well for those long Radiohead sessions. If you’re more into the traditional “wrap around ...

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