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Apple EarPods will help make you healthy

Posted in Headphones,Rumors by Tam Yue on May 5th, 2014

apple earpodsIf we are to believe the rumors, we’re hoping this one is true. A user on the Apple app “Secret” claimed that Apple is working on upgrading their earpods to include a heart rate monitor, blood pressure sensor and a tracking device that will help you locate them if they are misplaced.

The Apple EarPods were updated in 2012 to have a sleeker design and better fit. Now, it appears that Apple is trying to get into the health monitoring market but updating them once again. If this is true and you are a workout junkie, imagine not having to strap that heart rate monitor band around your chest and one less thing to have to bring with you on your run. All you will need is your iPod or iPhone and you EarPods, everything you will need to listen to …

ADEL inflatable balloon earbuds fit perfectly

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2011

We’ve seen our share of earbuds, but these are truly unique. Stephen Ambrose has come up with a new invention that solves the problem of getting earbuds to fit just right. The ADEL inflatable balloon earbuds. This balloon-like creation means you need less volume for the same effect.

The other benefit is that your earbuds fit snug even while you are yawning, which is difficult for even the best earbuds to accomplish. We can all appreciate this invention and we hope to see it soon in the earbuds that we buy.

Moshi Moonrock Black Earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2011

The Moshi Moonrock Black earbuds won’t amplify sound using the power of moon rocks, but Moshi Audio’s acoustically tuned driver units will deliver crisp highs and balanced mids and bass. The in-ear design along with the proprietary hybrid-injection eartips, block out external ambient noise and offer comfortable listening. Those are the features you want.

These earphones also have high efficiency drivers (105 dB/mW) and an iPhone compatible microphone so you can answer calls on the fly while listening to your music. The Moonrock Black earbuds come with a stylish pocket-size carrying case with cable management that also looks like a cute happy face.

Trembo Trunks amplify your earbuds while using no power

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2011

Sometimes you want to share the music on your iPod, but all you have are tiny speakers that sound like crap. Well, two designers from Sydney, Australia have your back. Trembo Trunks are rubber “speakers” that will help you amplify the sounds coming out of your earbuds.

They are lightweight, durable and best of all they require no power. Just plug your headphones into the speakers and hit play. It’s that simple. Any sound played through the headphones is amplified up to 80dB and they can be placed anywhere you want, so you can get stereo sounds from them. They are looking for funding on Kickstarter, and have met their goal.

Sennheiser Adidas CX 310 earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2010

Sennheiser has unveiled a new set of earbuds that are Adidas branded, the CX 310. These new earbuds have three ear tip sizes and come with a carrying case. They promise deep bass and are designed to work with any music device including the your iPhone, iPod, and other MP3 players.

The CX 310 earphones feature a frequency response 19 – 21000 Hz and have a sound pressure level of 113dB and an impedance of 16 ohms. The cable length is 1.2m and the connector is an angled 3.5mm plug. They look pretty nice.

iAngle holds earbuds, your iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

This product’s website is not helpful at all. Good thing they have that image above, which shows you all you need to know about this device. It’s called the iAngle. Essentially it’s an earbud case and a mini iPhone stand in one.

It’s a pretty neat design even if it isn’t a world shattering gadget. It’s only $10 and probably works with other gadgets that are about the iPhone’s size.

Sony Qlasp earbuds clip to your ears

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2010

If you’re the type that has problems with getting earbuds to fit, these new earbuds will help. The new Sony Qlasp earbuds are styled so that they stay on your ear. It clips onto your earlobe and pumps out a frequency of about 6Hz to 23,000 Hz.

The earbuds will cost you $25 and while they may not be the best, they won’t be falling off your ears.


Klipsch black and white Image S4i and S4 earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

These good looking black and white colored Image S4 and Image S4i earbuds are now making their way out to the masses. The Image S4 in white is already available for pre-order and Apple stores are ready to receive their Image S4i (includes an in-line microphone for iPhone) any time now.

The Image S4 will sell for $79 while the latter is $99. They look pretty awesome despite their lack of colors. Way better than Apple’s own white earbuds.

miniWINDER keeps earphones untangled

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2010

If you haven’t gone wireless yet, then chances are you are dealing with your earphones getting all tangled up, which doesn’t help their lifespan any. The miniWINDER will help keep things neat and tangle free. It claims to be “the world’s smallest earphone carrier” and features automatic retraction.

Just push the button and they retract. Then pull them out and plug them in. They come in a variety of colors that are sure to match your music players, for just $14.95.

Hoodie Sweatshirts with Earbuds in Drawstrings

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2010

Check this out. Coming next Fall from Rusty, is the Wired Series of fleece sweatshirts and hoodies for men and women. The most interesting thing about these is that they have HB3 technology which means that machine washable earbuds are built directly into the drawcords.

You won’t need to carry your headphones with you anymore, they’re already in the sweatshirt. here isn’t much more information right now, but these are pretty cool.

Solid Alliance’s new earbuds are perfect for Halloween

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2009

Solid Alliance's new earbuds are perfect for HalloweenSolid Alliance’s new earbuds have some weird designs that will certainly get you noticed in public. On the other hand they will go with your weird Halloween costume perfectly. These new earbuds feature a banana, a cat’s paw print, sushi, or a Frankenstein’s monster type bolt.

You can pre-order now for $22 and they ship in December. Do you have the guts to stuff such things in your ear? If so, you are braver than I.


Elecom LEGO brick headphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on October 8th, 2009

Elecom LEGO brick headphonesWhy must I always repeat myself? What, do ya got bricks in your ears? Oh, you do. Or you will. Very soon. Because Elecom will soon offer these LEGO Soundblock headphones that any Lego freak has to love.

And they retail for just $23. These Brick-buds will make their debut in Japan later this month in shades of black, blue, red, white, pink and mixed colors. Are you Lego fan enough to wear them?

Hands on: ifrogz Ear Pollution Plugz

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2009

Hands on: ifrogz Ear Pollution PlugzOne of the most often replaced items in our gadget collection is earbuds. You use a pair for a while and they bite the dust. So when it came time for another pair, I recently gave ifrogz Ear Pollution Plugz earbuds with microphone a try. They are affordable noise canceling earbuds, available in a variety of colors, and they offer some decent style.

They look great and have style. They are also comfortable and if you are like me and have trouble getting earbuds to fit and stay in the ear, they come with three tip sizes that should fit any ear. They feel great and actually block out almost all but the loudest noises around you.

New iPod shuffle requires adapter for third-party headphones

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2009

New iPod shuffle requires adapter for third-party headphonesThe new voice-enabled iPod shuffle. It’s like Stephen Hawking is there to guide you through your songs in between constantly touching your earbuds wire. I’ll be honest, I think it’s a lame move. A gimmick. One designed to get more money out of the consumer and give you nothing extra.

It has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, but it’s controlled by proprietary headphones. Non-Apple headphones will require a special adapter that includes the required three-button controller. According to Apple they are working with third parties to put other compatible ear phones on shelves.

Pioneer Color Mimi earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Pioneer Color Mimi earphonesPioneer Japan is looking to add some color to your world by introducing the Color Mimi or SE-CL17 series of colorful earphones. These earphones have a diameter of 9mm and deliver a playback frequency of 20Hz – 15kHz with an impedance of 16ohms.

You’ll be able to get the Easter bunny colors above, plus they also come in pink. They are almost colorful enough to be endorsed by Skittles. The Mimi is available only in Japan for around $ 20.

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