Marshall Major headphones & Minor earphones get official

After teasing us for the past few weeks, Marshall has finally outed its Marshall Major and Marshall Minor headphones and earphones. The affordably-priced pair cash in, unsurprisingly, on the near-legendary reputation of Marshall amps, but do seem to have a few abilities of their own; the Marshall Minor in-ear buds, for instance, have a special EarClick "lock" to increase stability, as well as an in-line microphone for hands-free use with your phone, while the Marshall Major earphones can fold down for easier transportation.

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V-Moda unveils new Vibrato in-ear earphones

V-Moda has unveiled a new set of earphones that are available right now in Apple stores around the country. The headphones are called the vibrato and are made from Zinc Alloy and have a Kevlar fabric cable with a 3-button remote control and a mic. That mic means that the earphones are compatible with the iPhone and other music phones for making calls.

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EarSonics SM3 earphones land in the US

If you consider yourself an audiophile you may be more than willing to spend some serious cash on a set of earphones that will deliver the best sound possible. A new set of earphones has landed in the US from a company called EarSonics called the SM3 and the earphones are available exclusively at SoundEarphoens.

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Sleek Audio SA7 and SA6-R “ears-on”

We're big Sleek Audio fans here at SlashGear, and we've known the company has been cooking up something special for the past six months or so.  That project - the new flagship Sleek Audio SA7 in-ear monitors - has come of age just in time for IFA 2010, along with their upcoming refresh of the original SA6's, in the shape of the SA6-R (where the "R" stands for "Reference").  We jammed the carbon-fiber and machined aluminum SA7's into our ears for a preview.

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Ultimate Ears In-Ear Reference Monitors are pro-tuned $999 customs

$999 burning a hole in your pocket and a taste for high-end in-ear monitors just like the music mixing pros use?  Head over to Ultimate Ears, where Logitech has roped in Capitol Studios to help them develop the Ultimate Ears In-Ear Reference Monitors.  Custom molded and delivering up to -32dB noise isolation, the new monitors promise to put you in the musical sweet-spot where the producer was originally sitting.

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Scosche IDR655m Earphones Review

It's no great secret that the hands-free kit Apple include in with the iPhone 4 isn't much cop when it comes to audio performance, and that's left plenty of room for third-party offerings promising aural loveliness at a range of prices. With an MRSP of $99.99 but a street price under $50, the Scosche IDR655m earphones promise "brilliant highs, silky smooth mids and powerful bass" together with the company's tapLINE II control system. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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