Headphones

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Review

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Review The HyperX Cloud Stinger Core headset comes with huge cushioned ear pads, and great sound quality. The headphones are wired some come with a 3.5mm cable, allowing me to connect to my laptop. Compared to Bluetooth headphones, I found this kind of connection best and didn’t have any issues. There was no lag and drivers installed as soon as the USB cable was plugged i...[Read More]

RockJaw Audio ALFA Genus V2 Review

RockJaw Audio ALFA Genus V2 Review RockJaw Audio is a UK company specializing in mid-priced quality wired earphones. In this review, we will be testing their ALFA Genus V2 buds which sport interchangeable tuning filters to hopefully help you get the best possible audio experience from the product. Drivers: 8 mm dynamic 3 x Interchangeable tuning filters Impedance: 16Ω Sensitivity: 108+/-3 DB Frequ...[Read More]

Review: UBSOUND Magister Premium HD Aluminum In-Ear Earphones

We’ve consistently been impressed with the quality and audio performance of UBSOUND earphones, with their V-shaped acoustic signature delivering a combination of strong highs and bass. With their new Magister premium in-ear earphones, for the first time they’ve moved to a neutral sound signature intended to gain more acoustic details in those mid-range frequencies. The Magister earphon...[Read More]

Review: Dudios Zeus Earbuds Bluetooth and Sweat Proof

When looking for a portable audio accessory, now-a-days many of us look for certain things. Sound quality, bluetooth enabled, wireless, compact, well built, headphones or earbuds, and included warranty just to name a few. So today I’ll be taking a look at these Dudios Zeus bluetooth earbuds and give my thoughts and ideas. These earbuds seem to be designed well. The inline controls unit seem ...[Read More]

Review: Linner NC50 ANC Bluetooth Neckband Earphones

This Bluetooth headset is worn behind the neck like a necklace with the in-ear earpieces wired to two plastic nodes at either side of it. It’s IPX4 sweatproof and includes an active noise cancellation (ANC) feature which filters out low frequency background noise. The flat flexible band goes around the back of the neck and is coated in a nice rubberised material. The module that sits to your...[Read More]

RHA MA750 Wireless Headphones Review

RHA MA750 Wireless Headphones Review My main issues with any set of bluetooth headphones are fit, battery and performace. Due to the battery location the fit seems to always be a bit more dofficult to get right, the battery itself is normally 6 or less hours, and the performace is poor due to any obstruction. The RHA MA750 earphones go against the grain on this, and provide a high performce, high ...[Read More]

Review: SoundPEATS Q36 Bluetooth Magnetic Sport Ear Buds

If you’re looking for some random thoughts on a budget priced set of bluetooth ear buds, you’re reading the right review. A couple weeks ago I receieved these SoundPEATS, and up to this point they’ve been great for numerous reasons. My Thoughts: These ear buds come with 4 different size covers, and 3 sized sets of ear hooks. You should be able to find the right combination to fit...[Read More]

Review: Decoka DK100 Wired In-Ear ANC Earphones

Surely noise-cancelling earphones that currently sell for a penny under $40 / £30 can’t be any good? Like me you may not have heard of the Decoka brand, but after spending some time with their DK100 wired in-ear earphones I’d say maybe it’s about time you did. They come foam-packed inside a small black box along with a small user manual, drawstring carry pouch, Micro USB charging...[Read More]

ADVANCED 747 Active Noise-Cancelling In-ear Monitors Review

ADVANCED 747 Active Noise-Cancelling In-ear Monitors Review The 747 from ADVANCED flew in just before Christmas 17, and I was blown away by them. Not only do they cost under $60, but they are also the best sounding in-ear headphones I have used in a long time. The earbuds have a thin metal casing on each, which adds nothing to the weight I was happy to see, but also gives them an excelent premium ...[Read More]

HAVIT I18 Rechargeable Noise-free Stereo Headset Review

HAVIT I18 Rechargeable Noise-free Stereo Headset Review Havit are another brand which I haven’t had much experience with. Checking their website I can see they make really great looking hardware, including headphones. Such as the I18, which offer a premium look for a cheap price.The I18 from Havit, have a premium look and feel to them. They are weighty and sport a metallic aluminum alloy for...[Read More]

Review: AILIHEN HD850 Kids Volume Limiting Headphones

Today we’re going to discuss headphones for your kid. So you’re sitting in the living room streaming your favorite movie, and your kid snuggled up next to you on the couch watching his/her favorite show on their tablet. For some odd reason, that little tablet is just too loud, so you turn up the TV volume, then your stubborn littles, decide to turn up the volume on the tablet playing t...[Read More]

Review: Brainwavz BLU-100 Sport Bluetooth Earphones

This Bluetooth headset consists of a couple of in-ear earpieces connected by a short flat anti-tangle cable cord that runs behind your neck (or under your chin). They come in a nice zipped carry case, and the earpieces have a black plastic shell that seems good quality and keeps things lightweight. The fitted medium sized ear tips worked well in my ears, but if you have a problem then you also get...[Read More]

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