Monday, July 15, 2024

By Josh Ray No, it's not an electric dog whistle. The $349 Onix ERT is a super tweeter that goes all the way up to 45kHz, blowing right past the 20kHz human hearing limit. What's the point? ...
By Ian Chiu Four years after the inception of the famous G-series peripherals, Logitech surprisingly hasn't made one gaming headset, until now. The Logitech G35 is the company's first foray in the highly competitive gaming headset market. So...
For long audio sessions in the studio or on the go, you can rely on these Audio-Technica Professional Studio Monitor Headphones. Its performance was acclaimed by top audio engineers. Those 45 mm large-aperture drivers just do the job so...
Have you ever tried popping in some headphones to listen to some music or a podcast when laying in bed? If so, you may have realized how super uncomfortable it is. Regardless of what type of headphones you use,...
If you have a home theater, you might want to consider dropping $500 for this fine product from company KEF. It's a set of speakers that recess flush into the ceiling when not in use. The thing...
Of course you have heard how Apple revolutionized wireless audio listening with its debut of Airpods and the controversial missing headphone jack. But before that, there's already a compact wireless headphone that's been around the market — Erato's Apollo 7. It's...

By Tanya Palta Finally a reason to move one's lazy ass and make something in the kitchen (and no I?m not talking about a mess). The European company called Dualit, known for their kitchen products, just ventured into the...

No, no, I suppose a helmet with integrated headphones is not exactly new, exciting or anything of the sort. Well, there you have it anyway. If you fancy extreme sports and have reached the conclusion that wearing...

By Bruce Eaton We all have done it, whether in the shower or a job interview. That hardrock riff comes on and you bust out the air guitar. Well now you don't have to rely on other music but instead...
Notebooks win over desktop PCs on every almost activity save very specific areas. The biggest of which are gaming and sound, both for pretty much the same reason. Sacrifices must be made for the sake of portability and...