Do you think you're so fashionable with your Beats and Skullcandy DJ headphones? Those headphones are tame when compared to the OneSense headphones designed Joe Doucet. These spiky headphones isolate you from the outside world, totally immersing you into your audio world.
Do you normally toss your earbuds loose in your pocket when you're done using them? If so, you'll know that when you pull them out again, you're going to need five minutes to untangle all of the knots in the cord. These fake ears provide a perfect place to store them, although you just might freak out other commuters as you put them away.
With Monster's collaboration with the Dr Dre's Beats gravy train coming to an end later this year, the San Francisco company has been rolling out a bunch of new celebrity endorsed headphones to bling-up your earholes.
For some of us, mixing up the left and right headphones doesn't really register. For hardcore music lovers, gamers and those with more discerning ears, the idea of mixing up left from right headphones is sacrilege. The problem of an accidental switch while distracted is a soon a thing of the past with headphones that automatically switch channels when placed in the wrong ear.
These days it seems like just about every celebrity has their own signature line of headphones, so why not a car company like Ferrari? After all, aficionados of the brand will tell you that a Ferrari engine makes its own kind of beautiful music.
It's a rare day around here when we get excited about something as potentially mundane as a pair of Bluetooth headphones. Parrot has really gotten creative with Zik, though, and the headphones are packed with futuristic features that you'll likely end up using every single day.
No, these Philips' Tread earphones aren't made on Krypton, but they may as well be. Like the old Timex commercial used to say, they take a licking and keep on ticking, or playing, or whatever headphones do.
Those aren't Cinnabons on this lovely girl's ears. They're headphone covers shaped like Princess Leia's hairdo from Star Wars and they're perfect for wannabe-princesses in need of rescue from evil dads who rule the galaxy.
We love crazy audiophile gear at Dvice, and few audio products are as crazy as Jack Woo's Brooklyn NY built tube amps made just for driving headphones. Now Jack has topped himself, with his 234 mono amps, which are designed to make even the most difficult to drive headphones sing.
For a company that made a name for itself with its minimalist cases for the iPhone, MacBook and iPad, expanding after into backpacks and other carry cases, Incase has done a pretty good job translating its spare philosophy to the world of headphones. With the Sonic, Reflex and Pivot headphones, Incase shuns the plastic and metal typically found in competitor's headphones and swaps in materials such as canvas and suede. Read on for our hands- and ears-on.