headphones

Sennheiser MOMENTUM headphones review

Sennheiser had been showing off the MOMENTUM series headphones during CES. At that time they were touted as being the “perfect fusion of style and substance” and while were were sold on the design during the show, we have been waiting to spend a bit more time with the more important aspect -- the sound. We did have a bit of listening time during CES, and while that left us wanting to hear more, there is little that compares to kicking back and listening in the comfort of your own home.

Parrot ZIK Wireless Headphones Review

We have recently spent some time playing with a set of Parrot headphones. Specifically, the Parrot ZIK headphones, which come as a result of a partnership with Philippe Stark. These headphones feature goodies such as active noise cancellation, a touch control panel, Bluetooth, NFC and a motion detector. Parrot also has an Android app available called the Parrot Audio Suite.

Jays a-JAYS Five headphones will “Made for Android”

Jays has announced their latest set of headphones, the a-JAYS Five. These will not be available until later this summer, however they are bring touted as a "world's first." Basically, Jays will be releasing the a-JAYS Five in three separate versions. These are being created with smartphones in mind and as such, there will be a unique version for Android, iOS and Windows Phone users.

Google expands the Nexus 4 accessory lineup

In addition to the bumper case, those purchasing a Nexus 4 from the Google Play Store now have a few additional accessories to consider along with the purchase of your phone. Simply put, Google has recently added a few new Nexus 4 accessories. There are three new additions in total and they include a USB cable, wall charger and wired headset.

Jabra Revo Wireless headphones review

Up for review today is the new set of Revo headphones from Jabra. Specifically, we have been using a set of the Jabra Revo Wireless headphones that begun shipping earlier in the week. The Revo Wireless headphones come with the promise of a durable design, having been built for comfort and as being able to offer outstanding sound. As far as the comment about sound, that goes to the part about the headphones having Dolby Digital Plus. Otherwise, continue reading the review to see what we thought about the quality and comfort as well as the battery life.

Jabra Revo Wireless, Revo and Vox headphones now available

Jabra has announced the availability of their Music series of headphones. These include the Revo Wireless, Revo and Vox. The Revo models are regular headphones and the Vox model is a set of earbuds. Jabra touts these as offering a "state-of-the-art design" and with perks in terms of sound quality and durability. The headphones also arrive with the Jabra Sound companion app, which is said to be able to give the user an enhanced music experience with the addition of full Digital Dolby Plus.

Etymotic launches a noise isolating ‘Awareness’ app for Jelly Bean

We have a bit of app related news for those who happen to be running a device with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and also using a set of Etymotic noise isolating headsets. Or more specifically, for those using the hf2-an and mc2-an noise-isolating headsets and earphones. The app is called Awareness Android Phone for Etymotic app.

Polk announces new UltraFit headphones made for Android

Today the popular speaker and audio company Polk Audio has just announced a slew of headphones for those leading an active lifestyle. Their somewhat new UltraFit 1000, 2000, and 3000 series are meant to handle all the elements, stay tangle free, and sound amazing. The best part about this news is they're now offering each model specifically for Android soon.

Tenqa REMXD Bluetooth Headphones Review

Bluetooth headphones have not become the ubiquitous accessories that I hoped they would years ago. A lot of that's due to the shortcomings of the standard itself, but it's got more to due with the fact that the price has remained high. That trend is starting to reverse, however, and the new Tenqa REMXD are just a little pricier than standard earbuds at $39.99. At an impulse-buy price, they're hard to resist, so we asked Tenqa for a pair to review.
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