headphones

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.

Tenqa REMXD Bluetooth Headphones bring DJ style with an affordable price

Bluetooth headphones are not the revolution we hoped they'd be way back in the early 2000s. Partly that's because the A2DP streaming protocol only has so much bandwidth, but mostly it's because the vast majority of Bluetooth headphones cost much more than most people are willing to spend. Fortunately, the last few years have seen some improvement on that, culminating in a new set of DJ-style over-the-ear cans from small accessory maker Tenqa. The "REMXD" Bluetooth Headphones come in at a wallet-friendly $39, and are scheduled to launch  in early February.

ThinkSound ms01 Monitor Series Earbuds Review

Here at Android Community, we go through a lot of earbuds. Almost every phone we receive for review has its own companion pair (we're practically swimming in Samsung buds) but all of them have one thing in common: they're kinda cheap. If you've been looking to upgrade your sound with easily portable earbuds, ThinkSound's series of high-end options have been popular for a while now. The company sent us a pair to review, and after using them at CES, we were downright floored by the quality.

Philips expands support with made for Android headphones

With Android kicking bot and taking names as far as market share goes, it was only a matter of time before Android-specific accessories became a commodity. Philips helped kick things off with its Fidelio Android speaker docks (read our review here!) and now they're taking it a step further with a full line of headphones and headsets made specifically for Android hardware. They'll come in at between $30 and $100 when they launch in late spring or early summer.

Plantronics announces their smallest mobile headset yet, the Marque M155

Today Plantronics has announced their newest Bluetooth mobile headset, the Marque M155. This is their smallest and lightest headset yet and plans to be your on-the-go best friend for mobile. Being one of the smartest headsets around it will allow users to talk and listen while continuing to tap, text, and swipe away on their Android-powered smartphones. You can find more details and some photos after the break.
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