Entries in in-ear (9)


50 Cent Reveals 50 3D In-Ear Headphones

50 Cent just can't seem to keep any secretes spilling the beans on every product behind its new audio brand, SMS By 50. After the Sync By 50 headphones specs were leaked out, 50 Cents turns to his loyal fans for advice on two unreleased models from the in-ear headphones line that include the 50 3D and 50 Sport. 50 Cent thinks these sound great, but we think they look like cheap pairs of Skullcandys. We're really starting to doubt 50 Cent's new partnership with an unknown audio company.

The above image shows the unreleased 50 Sport headphones geared towards active sports with earhooks and waterproof capabilities. The packaging isn't final and set to be changed. Good start on that. This time we've got no specs, price or release date, but we'll be sure to update you as soon as we know!


Tunes Debuts Spectrum Pro Headphones & In-Ear Equalizers

Looks like Sol Republic aren't the only new brand on the block. Tunes are almost ready to out their very own line of headphones as soon as October that include the over-ear Spectrum Pro headphones priced at $99, a very competitive price point that seems to trend now to obviously compete against the Beats By Dr. Dre line. The Tunes Spectrum Pro are marketed as high-end reference headphones that are constructed out of aluminum, carbon fiber and plastic materials for extra durability as well as to help resist vibrations from the deep bass these fire out. In addition to that, other features include flat, removable tangle-free cable, advanced passive sound isolations and plush padded ear cups promise hours of comfortable wearing.

Tunes will also release its in-ear headphones called the Equalizers, boasting a flat tangle-free cable with a built-in mic and music control buttons with an emphasize on deep bass. The Equalizers are equipped with an armature driver to deliver accurate and professional quality audio with complete noise isolation. Both headphones will be available in various different colors. We should have a review on both of Tunes' offerings so stay tuned!


Incase Announces New Line Of Sleek Headphones

There are all sorts of new goodies coming out from Incase lately. Today, Incase has announced a new line of audio gear that will accompany their widely known cases and bags. Incase is scheduled to release 4 new pairs of headphone models this September including the Sonic over-ear headphones, Reflex on-ear headphones, Pivot on-ear headphones and the Capsule in-ear headphones. Each model features custom-tuned audio drivers that have been engineered to accurately reproduce the source audio for a natural, balanced response across the entire audio spectrum.

Incase's expertise in design shows thru these great looking headphones with their seamless design. Each model will be finished with a matte soft-touch and glossy finishes and will incorporate an integrated microphone and remote control for use with Apple devices. You can head over to the Incase Audio page to check these out for yourselves. Incase hasn't announced any prices yet. I'll take two please!


Soul By Ludacris Headphones Shipping Soon

The Soul line of headphones by Ludacris we saw earlier at CES 2011, just got priced and will begin shipping in May. There are three headphone models which include the over-ear, noise-cancelling SL300 priced at $299 and aimed to compete with the Beats By Dre Studios, the on-ear SL150 priced at $199 and last but not least in the headphone line the on-ear SL100 priced at $149. Additionally, there are two more in-ear models which include the SL99 priced at $99 and the SL49 priced at $69, both sport a flat tangle-resistant cable. Check out the full PR specs and pics after the break.

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House of Marley Official Bob Marley Inspired Headphones & Dock

The Legendary Bob Marley will now be remembered even more closely by these Bob Marley inspired over-ear headphones and in-ear earphones. The House of Marley was created by Bob Marley's family and helps support the Marley family charity. The audio products line are made with eco-conscious materials have robust bass. As of right now there is very limited information on these new House of Marley audio products but we will have more info as the site fully launches on January 6th. 


Marshall Releases Major & Minor Headphones

Marshall today released their new line of headphones called the Major and Minor. Some of you may know that Marshall is a well trusted amplifier maker so they know audio. The Major seen above bear the Marshall looks with a vinyl textured headband, coil cord that looks like a vintage style guitar cable with a 3.5mm replica of a classic tele plug. The Major have a 15.4mm moving dynamic coil speakers and have super soft ear cushions for all day listening. You can take the Major headphones with you where ever you go by folding them up due to their collapsable design. You can pick up the Major headphones right now for $99.

If you prefer to go with in-ears, Marshall also have the Minor which are more portable and include a mic and remote to be used with mobile phones. The Minor feature a tangle resistant fabric cord with the same 3.5mm jack found on the Major. The Minor's EarClick ear tips securely fit in your ear without falling out. You can pick these up right now from Marshall's website for $59.

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Monster Unleashes All New Beats Products

Today Monster announced a slew of new audio products to the current line of Beats audio products. The new offerings from Monster include the more serious Beats Pro that are designed more for DJing use which cost $450, $100 more than the Beats Studio headphones. The Powerbeats are a collaboration with both Dr. Dre and LeBron James that are designed for athletes and active people who need to have a secured fit, these will run you $180. The iBeats are in-ear earbuds with ControlTalk for controlling your music and taking calls. With an all-metal housing, the $100 iBeats are similar to Monster's other offerings like the Turbine and Jamz. 

As you can see from the image above there are also the purple Just Beats which might be similar to the current Solo line but with other colors. We have no info on those as of yet. Monster has finally introduced a speaker dock for the iPhone and iPod called the Beatbox for a hefty price tag of $450, Monster says these will provide the signature Beats sound you will love and recreate a club experience with deep bass and sound that will fill a room and might get the cops knocking on your door. You can now pre-order the Beats Pro, iBeats and Powerbeats and expect them to be released in mid October. 

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