This little box will make all your old speakers relevant again.
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Word, bird. We're totally diggin' those headphones. It's just a shame that they're epoxied directly to your skull, but, on the other hand, you'll never have to worry about them falling off ever again. Just think of it as a premium feature that we'll probably start seeing in headphones for humans.
3D printing has long held the promise of letting us create the things we need at home, but until now most projects have been prototypes or personal pet projects. Now finally there's a truly useful item that you can print for yourself, using just a 3D printer and a few additional parts.
The headphone and earbud market is a saturated mess of Celebrity-endorsed cans that are overpriced and provide little innovation, aside from boosting bass. Denon's new family of headphones buck the trend by putting a control wheel and integrated mic onto the actual earcups and buds, and not as an afterthought on the cable.
When you think of a "boombox," the image of a large cassette player with two massive speakers hoisted on a fella's shoulders usually comes to mind. Allow Hannes Harms' 0.5mm thick stainless steel speaker to change that mindset.
Steve Jobs' well known attraction to Asia's philosophy of Zen minimalism has influenced nearly every Apple device produced. Now one designer has taken a literal approach to that philosophy by introducing the simplest iPhone speaker you'll ever find.
Electric cars are silent, and that's a problem. Yeah, it's a problem for pedestrians (who can't hear them coming), but it's a real problem for electric car owners, who want their cars to sound like the amount of money that they paid. When Audi's R8 e-tron becomes available, that will be a lot of money, so Audi is inventing a new sound to match.
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.
Sequestering ourselves in sonic bubbles of MP3 music players can make a crowded city suddenly seem a lot less social. But now a clever designer has come up with a possible solution for our high fidelity-driven isolation.