Since Apple took over Beats by Dre, they have done a recommendable job with the distinctive design and branding of its headphones. The company has been so effective with their branding and marketing that one can’t ignore the legions of people rocking Beats by Dre gear and accessories. From the aesthetic front, the company is winning as their headphones are pleasing to look at. No wonder they are attracting the younger and cooler consumers.
V-MODA is not new to the headphone industry. They have enjoyed unparalleled success from their headphones and they recently released their first Bluetooth speaker “the REMIX”. It had the internet buzzing but it’s nothing like their latest release. The Crossfade 2 Wireless is V-MODA’s newest pair of Bluetooth headphones. We recently got our hands on…
If you’re looking for economical, lightweight, Bluetooth headphones that fit nicely over the ear then you should definitely consider the Avantree Noise Cancelling Headphone.
Bluedio is an unobtrusive headphone, which can surprise you. We made T5 Bluedio review, to collect all the necessary information for you to make the right decision.
Noise canceling technology is not cheap. But Cowin E7 PRO is doing well even with good price. We made a Cowin headphones review.
Sennheiser developed NoiseGard (noise-canceling system) in the ’80s for pilots. They (pilots) were able to listen to the high-quality sound (not music yet) without disturbing by noise. Now, as time moves on, we can enjoy this technique by ourselves, which is perfect. What’s in the box? The headphones – Sennheiser-PXC-550 Carry case Audio cable –…
Comfort is the word that will come to mind from the moment you begin using the Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II). These headphones are extremely well made from the point if the comfort. How are they doing with controlling, connectivity and sound…?
Nowadays, we do not use headphones only for listening to music, but we also use many of their additional technical features. The WH-1000XM2 is a great example. Lets see how is it doing in WH-1000XM2 review.