This new wireless headphones from Onkyo is made to be iPod compatible. This sleek and poised headset has a 2.4GHz band is compatible with the iPod Classic, Touch, Nano and Mini. It also includes inputs for other audio devices as so it does not limit itself to just the iPod users.
The Onkyo Wireless headphones is set to release in Japan on Nov 14th for around $200, but there is no word on where it will be released in North America. You could try to order it via eBay should you be lucky enough to find it there – it would make an excellent treat for yourself or as a present.
Purebuds are headphones that uses a reverse sound technology that reduces discomfort and potentially reduce the harm and damage to eardrums. I am a big fan of earbuds because the regular kind just likes slipping out of my ears. The design of Purebuds is rather appealing too.
The design of Purebuds is created to fit snugly in your ears to create a natural sound effect.
They are only $49 from Amazon.
The SE110 Shure headphones promises to isolate noise when you listen to your music. And if you’ve always wanted to get a Shure but is turned off by it’s expensive prices, you’ll be glad to know that these headphones are only $99. Shure is a known brand by musicians and producers for their high quality audio equipments—audiophiles too have plenty of good stuff to say.
Look at JVC’s new in-ear headphones, HA-FX300 – they look like any other headphones except that they boast having different materials used to make them. Folks at JVC calls it “bi-metal structure” made from aluminum and a stainless steel base. Check out these spiffy-looking earplugs.
Thanko’s Charger Bracelet allows up to 4.5hours of extended battery life to your DS/PSP when you’re out. I think every PSP/DS owner should invest in one because imagine being cut off while you’re delivering the final blow of victory to boss of the final level of your game? Pissed off for sure and your day is ruined and your cat’s being a bitch and your chicken dinner tastes like crap and your favorite TV show got hanged from the network and whatever. Just buy the Thanko Charger Bracelet and quit whining.
This sleek and stylist headphones are made for comfort and beauty without sacrificing quality. And by no means and I exaggerating. I have looked at several reviews online on the Bang & Olufsen’s Form 2 and yet, nothing rates below 4 out of 5. Yet, even with all the quality, comfort and style, Form 2 comes to a very reasonable price – $100.
I think it makes a perfect gift for someone you love. Christmas is not toooo far away :)