Listening to favorite music on your iPhone is great, but there can be problems when you want to pack your earphones, but luckily for you, today we have a device that can help you with that.
Thermaltake’s new headset the Shock spin is now available for purchase. The new gaming headset released on the market provides gamers with high quality sound, and comfort while wearing the headset. The pads allow you to game endlessly for hours in total comfort while playing your favorite FPS, RPG or racing games.
The gaming headset would not be complete without the detachable microphone which is said to provide crystal clear sound. The shock spin features larger speakers with improved bass sound. Also the headset has an external in-line controller to control the microphone sound and the speaker’s volume.
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It must be said that when we heard Phllips and the surfwear designer O’Neill were coming together to design a series of new headphones, we were skeptical about how well this would turn out. If you regularly follow us, you’ll have learnt that not all technology collaborations between successful brands work out well. What we have for review today is the Philips x O’Neill STRETCH TR55LX headphones.
‘The STRETCH’ is one of four in a series of headphones and earphones designed by the two brands. The others also have a trendy name which standout, the SNUG, the SPECKED and the COVERT, where the latter two are earphones. All of which have been given their ‘nicknames’ based on their features.
The Logitech is marketing their newly launched bluetooth earphones LBT-PCHP02 as the world’s smallest earphones as of now. Weighted just around 1/3 ounces, the LBT-PCHP02 are light enough to qualify for the tag of world’s smallest as well as lightest.
It is always trendy to have something unique in your ears. It no way symbolises that you are deaf rather it does attract the attention that people nowadays crave for. There are plenty of designer earphones available if you look around and to add to this list recently Elecom has launched the EHP-DIN17 XLARGE design earphones.
Logitech has created a new set of noise isolating earphones that they are set to launch soon. The earphones promise to give up to 24 dBs of noise isolation so that your music will be the only thing you hear, no other sounds distracting or ruining the sounds. The earphones are supposed to be very durable and also have a comfortable silicone ear cushion on each of them. The ear cushions range from sizes XXS to M.