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One of the first companies with a pair of noise cancelling headphones is one of the last to ditch the cable, as Bose finally (finally) makes its QuietComfort cordless.
You probably know that the next generation of devices will be cordless, but if Parrot has its way, it will also be noiseless, wireless, and capable of putting you into an audio-loving coma.
The one thing outside of a change of clothes we always have with us in the air is noise cancelling headphones, but while these tend to be expensive, Philips is looking into options to bring down the cost.
If the rumours of the next iPhone turn out to be true and Apple does eventually do away with the 3.5mm jack, you’re going to want a wireless pair of earphones. Fortunately, Jabra’s latest pair is ready for both work and play.
Last year, it was hard to find better value headphones than the BackBeat Pro from Plantronics, but the design wasn’t ideal for all. This year, however, there’s a different plan, and it’s to make the lightest wireless headphones ever.
The majority of wireless headphones out there are plastic with plastic all over, but what if you’re after something a bit more premium, a bit more lush? Would wood do?
We’re always keen to see new players in any category, and there’s one newbie sitting in the world of headphones right now, grabbing attention with long-lasting headphones made for even the longest of flights.
Earphones are more than just things that go in your ears, and Sol Republic knows it, as the company taps NASA’s research into humans for an interesting pair of speakers for your ears.
When it comes to wireless headphones, Beats doesn’t offer a whole heap of choices, pretty much telling people keen to buy its headphones that they need something big. Or it did, because now there’s a smaller option out in Australia.
You can’t say all headphones are particularly good looking, and some are downright ugly, but the next pair of cans from Bang & Olufsen won’t just bring the tech to your ears, it’ll make it look pretty bloody good, too.
Last year’s release of the Zik 2.0 headphones found Parrot coming up with a new design for its user modifiable headphones that made the headphones smaller, but an even more pint-size pair could be out this year, too.
We’ve seen plenty of headsets from Plantronics in the past, and now the company that has sent headphones into space is cutting noise from your overseas plane trip, with its first active noise cancelling cans.
Bose is one active company lately, and while we saw new noise cancellation cans barely a week ago, now we’re seeing a new pair of headphones designed for people who hate cables, with a speaker to match that ethos.
Razer isn't a company known for high-end sound, or even wireless sound, but the two categories appear to be merging, as the gaming hardware maker tackles the two in the Adaro.
Around this time last year, the maker of sound gear for NASA released a pair of tiny in-earphones that could talk with your smartphone or tablet and deliver comfortable audio without the tangle. Now, Plantronics is doing it again, updating the Go to make them better than ever.
You probably don't think about it, but earphones come under a lot of pressure. The cables are pulled at, the housings bounce around in your pocket, and you blast a lot of sound through them. But one thing you might not think about is how they deal with moisture, sweat, and rain, and Plantronics is looking to a nano-coating to fix this.