Stereo headset

CES 2008: Sennheiser MX W1 wireless earphones with Kleer technology

Sennheiser has partnered with wireless-expert Kleer (who we first featured back in late-2006) to create what has just jumped to the top of my music want-list: the MX W1 wireless headphones, two unattached earbuds and a transmitter dongle/recharging holder that can plug into any audio source for cord-free listening pleasure.



JVC HP-FX500 ear buds made from wood

Well, here’s a new logical approach, take the same things that make speakers sound better and apply them to ear buds. Well, JVC did just that and made these ear buds out of wood with what looks like a bass port and everything.


Jabra Bluetooth Dog Tags

I know people are crazy about their Bluetooth headsets but let me tell you something, you look goofy. That’s just my opinion, now, but it had to be said. Luckily, though, there are solutions.


JayBird Bluetooth Stereo Headphones Reviewed

So they are Bluetooth, they don’t have an ugly lanyard attached, and they are really simple to use. There is a small wire that connects behind the head, but that’s about it, all the hardware sits on your ears.

Sure, that sounds uncomfortable, but both halves are balanced as far as weight goes, and they don’t feel uncomfortable at all. The best part, they are made for jogging, and other such activities, so they don’t jiggle, or move, or otherwise feel like they are going to fall off, trust me I tried it. I mean, “My Plague” by Slipknot came up on my computer and started playing, and I went full on headbanger’s ball style, bending at the waist and flailing up and down just like I was at the concert, and nothing moved.


LG removable acoustic transducers

I’ve never really been a fan of wireless headsets. It always takes me a second to realize that the man standing next to me in line at the grocery store is actually in the middle of a phone conversation, not the crazed one sided dialog that it seemed. But I’ll make a concession for this cool new concept from LG.


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