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Wednesday
May092012

SteelSeries 7H Fnatic Edition Gaming Headset Review

SteelSeries has for long been one of the top names for all-things gaming peripherals in the gaming industry. It has a slew of gaming headsets for consoles and the PC with the 7H series considered to be the top of the line in SteelSeries' gaming headset arsenal. We're going to be taking a good look at the 7H Fnatic Edition gaming headset co-designed by the Fnatic gaming team. SteelSearies' 7H Fnatic gaming headset has it all written down on paper, but will it be good enough to recommend? Find out in the full review right down below.

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Thursday
May032012

Monster Nokia Purity HD Headset Headphones Review

Monster and Nokia have partnered up to create a duo of stereo in-ear and on-ear headsets exclusively for Windows Phone smartphones. The Nokia Purity HD by Monster are the first official stereo headset headphones geared solely for Windows Phones said to deliver outstanding audio quality with the hands-free convenience. The Purity headphones are a purty set with a lot of promise judging by their marketing jargon. So what happens when two widely known companies collaborate with each other? Find out after the break!

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Wednesday
Jan182012

Jays a-Jays One+ Plus In-Ear Headphones Review

If you own an iPhone (or any smartphone, really), chances are you use it to some degree to listen to music, whether that be your music stored on the device, or through apps like Pandora, Rdio, etc. And those of us who listen to a lot of music generally like it to sound as good as possible. The problem with that is that most people never upgrade their earphones/headphones past the freebies that are included with their device. Well, to give music lovers an entry level upgrade option, Jays recently introduced their new a-Jays One+ earphones. How do they perform? Our friends over at MobileFun sent us a pair to take a look at. Jump past the break to find out more!

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Saturday
Nov262011

Logitech F540 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

Gaming season is in full effect with many great new titles released into the hands of both eager vet and noob gamers alike. There are many great gaming headsets out there, some with extra power amp mixers and a load of cables and some that are really uncomfortable to wear during an important long gaming session. Logitech's F540 is a wireless gaming headset that promises great sound, great comfort and above all, triple the compatibility with gaming console like the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well as PC. That's what I call having the ultimate gaming headset at your disposal. That's of course if the F540 proves itself worthy of the title.

What's it like gaming with the right equipment? Total epic fun! Logitech provided, and we'll deliver you the full review right after the jump!

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Friday
Nov042011

Nocs NS400 Titanium In-Ear Headphones Review

This pair of shiny in-ear headphones comes to us straight from Sweden, home to Swedish House Mafia - one of many. It's the place where good sounding headphones are born. Did we mention Ikea? Yeah, things just got serious. Nocs' aluminum NS200 had already left us impressed so we've got very high expectations from the NS400, Nocs' intermediate in-ear offering made out of titanium for extra durability and of course good looks, to sound even better. Saying there's an abundance of in-ear headphones out there is an understatement. Choosing the right pair is no easy task, but weighing in price, sound quality and features is the key to choosing the a solid performing pair to make you enjoy your music. The NS400 just might have a check mark besides each of these wanted points. We find out after the cut!

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Thursday
Oct062011

Incase Sonic Headphones Review

In case you were in the dark, Incase has its very own line of headphones and they are very promising. You might know Incase as one of the biggest names in the case, sleeve and bag business and rightfully so. My very first protective case years ago was an Incase Slider for the first ever iPhone, I fell in love right there and then. Incase might be new to audio, but it has incorporated everything it knows about good design into its new headphones. And let me tell you that it shows through and through with the Sonic headphones. These are Incase's flagship over-ear headphones clocking in at $199, and they've got a lot to give.

We've reviewed many headphones before, nothing quite as elaborate as the Sonics though. But are these worthy of a place on your head? Find out after the jump!

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Saturday
Aug272011

BlueAnt Embrace Headphones Review

BlueAnt is one of my favorite Bluetooth headset manufacturers, and when I heard BlueAnt introduced a brand new pair of headphones I was really pumped to give them a try. BlueAnt's Embrace headphones aren't Bluetooth enabled, nor are they wireless. Until now BlueAnt has revolved solely based on Bluetooth connectivity with its outstanding headsets, but for odd reasons they decided to release their first ever headphones with a traditional wired connection. Whatever the case may be, I support that decision more than anything. Bluetooth headphones aren't quite ready to give us the same experience wired headphones can.

BlueAnt's Embrace headphones may be their first splurge into the headphone market, but at least we know they've got some kind of audio background nonetheless. How well do they stack up against a plethora of headphones currently invading the audio market? Prepare to brace yourselves, find out in the full review right after the cut!

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Wednesday
Aug102011

Bluetrek Carbon Bluetooth Headset Review

Bluetrek's Carbon Bluetooth headset has got a massive amount of press when it was first announced back in April touting all other Bluetooth headsets because it, is made from real carbon fiber. The Carbon is the first Bluetooth headset ever to be constructed out of real carbon fiber, a material that promises strength, ultra-lightness and sporty looks. Bluetrek is most known for their stylish and ultra-slim Metal Bluetooth headset, and now the Carbon is hear to pave the way with its sexy and sophisticated good looks. Click that blue button for the full review of the Carbon!

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