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Pioneer SE-CL331 Washable Earphones

Posted in Pioneer by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2011

The Pioneer SE-CL331 are the world’s first washable earphones. They can be soaked and washed after every session if you like and it won’t damage the electronic equipment. They are available in white, bright blue and pink.

Other features include: a couple of 9mm drivers for a playback frequency of 10Hz to 20kHz with an impedance of 16 Ohms, an ergonomic ear holder, a gold-plated 3.5mm stereo mini-plug and a silver-plated OFC wire. The Pioneer SE-CL331 can be immersed in water up to 1 meter. Just $59.99.

Sony PSP branded earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2011

PSN may be suffering an outage, but Sony still needs to keep the empire rolling along as best they can. So Sony has just introduced a new line of PlayStation Portable branded earphones. They come in six different colors (black, white, silver, red, blue and pink) and will deliver high resolution sound. They claim that it has powerful bass and clear treble output.

These are perfect for the PlayStation Portable and should work fine with your other devices that have a 3.5mm audio jack. These Sony PSP earphones arrive this summer in Japan for $27 (2,200 Yen). Hopefully we get them soon after. By then PSN should be back up. We hope.

Brainwavz B2 Earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on April 3rd, 2011

Brainwavz has unveiled a new high-end pair of earphones that are designed to offer a truly balanced and detailed sound signature. Despite the name, they won’t mess with your brain waves, but they are based on dual balanced armature configurations.

This means that these earphones produce great mids, clear highs, wide soundstage and a truly nice bass. The Brainwavz B2 earphones also come with a 1 year “swap for new” warranty, so they are confident in their product. The Brainwavz B2 will cost you $169.50.

Thanko earphones with integrated alarm

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2011

Thanko comes up with a lot of strange gadgets, but at least this time it is something useful. This pair of earphones features an integrated alarm so if your music puts you to sleep, you can always wake yourself up again.

It’s probably most useful for travelers and commuters and anyone with narcolepsy. But if you tend to fall asleep while wearing your earphones a lot, you might want to listen to something more upbeat or drink some coffee.

Urbanears Bagis Earphones for $30

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2011

The Urbanears brand is known for style and color in their headphones and earphones. Now Urbanears has added a new style called the Bagis. The Bagis has earpieces that connect together for carrying around the neck. That way they are always handy and easily used.

The Bagis earphones come in eight colors and sell for just $30, with color options that include cerise, navy, orange, red, lavender, grass, white and black.

Sony MDR-EX1000 Earphones are expensive

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

The MDR-EX1000 is an Asia-only release, which comes with ultra large drivers of 16mm for superb sound reproduction. It also includes 10 different silicon earbuds for better fits. That should mean no more sore ears for any of us.

The 16mm drivers can inject 3-30,000Hz of audio awesomeness into your skull, which will wrap around your brain like a spiky nano-storm of audio-erotica. At least, I hope it’s that cool, because these babies cost $799. Better start saving.

Marshall’s Major headphones and Minor earphones get official

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2010

Marshall is finally making their debut personal headgear products official. The headliner is called the Major, which are the collapsible headphones shown above. It comes with both 3.5mm and 6.3mm (via an adapter) connectability and “super soft” cushions to keep your ears comfortable. The exterior of the headband is made from the same vinyl Marshall uses on its amplifiers and the price is $99.

The Minor set of in-ear drivers are $59. These boast a tangle-resistant fabric cord with an integrated mic and a patented EarClick system. Too bad they have already sold out.


Logitec offers World’s Smallest Bluetooth Earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

Logitec Japan (not Logitech) has released the world’s smallest stereo Bluetooth 2.1+EDR earphones. The LBT-PCHP02 series is designed for PC users, while the LBT-AVHP02 series is designed for your portable audio player needs.

Both have batteries that deliver four hours of playback and measure just 1.3-inches long and 0.23 inches thick. You’ll get several earbud sizes included so it should fit you with no problems. These earphones can also support two different Bluetooth sources at the same time, so you’ll be able to connect it to your media player and phone.

Sony High-end MDR-EX1000 Earphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on September 5th, 2010

If you happen to be living in Japan and need some new earbuds, Sony will be releasing the High-end MDR-EX1000 earphones there. If you are game, they will cost you 61,950 Yen (or $735 yankee dollars).

These earphones feature a sensitivity of 108dB/mW, a bandwidth reproduction of 3-30,000Hz, an impedance of 32 Ohms, and 16mm drivers. You can expect the Sony High-end MDR-EX1000 earphones to be released in Japan on October 23rd.

Logitech adds to Ultimate Ears line of earphones

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 24th, 2010

Ultimate Ears was around for a long time before Logitech gobbled it up. The company makes a wide range of earphones for everyone from the professional musician to the audiophile looking for the best sound. Today Logitech has added several new and reasonably priced offerings to the lineup.

The new earphones include the Ultimate Ears 500, 500vi, 350, 200, and 200vi. The VI versions are just like the non-VI offerings except for the inclusion of inline controls for music and a mic for music phones. The 500 series has a low profile design that sits flush with the ear and is optimized for accurate sound and depth.

Volume Knob earphones keep your music retro

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

You are always turning up the volume anyway, might as well make a statement about it. The Volume Knob Earphones look awesomely retro, like old school volume knobs.

These ear buds come with two sets of tips, but they do not seem to feature any working volume controls. We just think they look awesome. Too bad they can’t mute out the wife or kids. Best of all, they will only cost you $15. That’s a lot of style for $15.


Teknines Nine Millimeter Earphones aim to blow music fans away

Posted in Earbuds by Shane McGlaun on June 11th, 2010

I have seen my share of strange earphones over the years. Some of the strange sets I have seen look like mushrooms growing out of your ears, bolts, and arrows to name a few. A company called MUNITIO has unveiled a new set of earphones that are interesting.

The earphones are called the Teknines Nine Millimeter Earphones and are set to launch later this month. The earphones certainly fall into the premium category with a price of $250. For that much loot, you get earphones that look like 9mm bullets.

Scosche launches new line of headphones

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on May 5th, 2010

Scosche is big in the accessory market for the iPhone and iPad along with lots of other devices. The company makes all sorts of wares and we first caught wind of a new line of earphones back during CES.

That new line of headphones is now available from Scosche and includes the IDR655m, IDR355m, IDR355md, and IDR305m. All of the earphones have the tapLINE II Remote and Mic for controlling tracks and making phone calls.

Monster Butterfly earphones by Vivienne Tam revealed

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on February 19th, 2010

This may sound like a story about the latest threat against Godzilla, but it’s not. Monster makes all sorts of cables and headphones that are aimed at people wanting good sound. Monster has been offering headphones and earphones for a while now designed in cooperation with musicians.

Monster has unveiled its latest headphones called the Butterfly today designed by Vivienne Tam. The earphones are shiny gold color and have a butterfly printed on the speaker housing. Like most high-end earphones, the Butterfly ships with multiple tip sizes for comfort.

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.