After reviewing the Bragi Dash last year, the popular wireless headphone company sent us over their latest truly wireless earphones, simply named ‘The Headphone’ to check out. We explore some of the differences between this and the previous model to see if Bragi is the truly wireless headphones worth purchasing.
After owning an iPhone 7 plus, no longer having the 3.5 mm headphone jack has really changed my listening habits. I do not want to use dongles, so my search is for everything wireless. I recently got a chance to try out Skybuds truly wireless earbuds ($219.99) and they are a good entry into the world without wires.
Thanks to a combination of genetics and medications I take I developed high blood pressure a few years ago. It is generally controlled through medication, but I do need to check it regularly. The MOCAcuff from MOCACARE is a fast and convenient way to check it regularly.
iClever’s BoostRun BTH07 Sweat-proof Bluetooth Sport Headphones are a good budget option if you’ve got an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus without a headphone jack. The BoostRuns stay on your ears thanks to the built-in ear hook, and they are certified IPX4 waterproof to protect itself from rain and sweat. At ~$22, The iClever BoostRun are worth checking out.
My family is pretty invested in Amazon’s ecosystem – Kindle readers, Kindle Fire tablets, Fire TV on our main TV, and Echo devices throughout. Perhaps my LEAST favorite of all the Alexa devices has been the Amazon Tap – but now that has been corrected.
If you’re looking for a good soundbar for your home but don’t want to break the bank, you should check out the Pyle Wi-Fi Soundbar. After mounting my television, one thing that I was truly missing was a good soundbar. I searched around a bit, looking for what would not only take up too much space but would look elegant with my…
Jabra is an audio company that is known for their high-performance premium headphones. And a lot is the same with their Jabra Elite Sport earbuds, a competitor in the completely wireless headphone market looking to take down Apple’s Airpods. We had an opportunity to check them out, so let’s see if they can compete with the Dash and Airpods.
At CES 2016, Judie and I had a chance to check out the Plantronics BackBeat FIT. We were impressed and said so in our review last February. (Read the review.) Fast forward a year, and the BackBeat FIT is still going strong. A few things have changed, so we thought we would take a second look.
The Scosche BoomBouy Rockstar Pocket-Sized Speaker is a small speaker that clips to a backpack and goes wherever you go. In fact, “goes wherever you go” even includes a pool, river or lake if that is where your travels take you. The small speaker is part of Scosche’s Rockstar sub-brand, but a quick look at it will make that fact clear.
Sure, Apple included a 3.5mm to Lightning Adapter with the iPhone 7 when they removed the 3.5mm headphone jack, but that adapter is a pain. It works, but it is cheap and annoying. And while you need it to use in-ear headphones, the Scosche StrikeLine Cable is a better alternative if you use over-the-ear or on-the-ear headphones.
As a guitar player, I’ve been aware of the quality of Marshall products for most of my life. The fact that they are not just a guitar amp company, but they also make speakers and headphones is great. I recently received the $199 Marshall Mid Bluetooth headphones to review. The styling is cool as heck, but what about the sound?
Audeze, a leader in premium audio products took to Showstoppers this week to announce their iSINE VR headphones.
Introduced at Showstoppers here in Vegas is the FUGOO GO a portable Bluetooth speaker that promises to deliver an awesome sound for less than $100.
One booth at Showstoppers at CES 2017 in Las Vegas that surprised me the most was JLab Audio’s. The award winning company announced that they too will be joining the completely wireless earbud market with their Epic Air Bluetooth Earbuds.
One of the fastest growing audio brands out today, 808 Audio unveiled their newest wireless collection that are sure to set off 2017 in a major way. “We continue to improve and expand our collection of Bluetooth speakers and other audio solutions so we can cater to every listener’s needs, no matter the occasion,” says President of 808 Audio, Ian…
Bang and Olufsen announced this week at CES a new member of their wireless speakers for your home so you can not only have a beautiful speaker, but a great way to listen to your tunes.
Today at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Dog & Bone announced their new custom-molded Bluetooth earbuds, simply named Earmade. Earmade is a first-of-its-kind Bluetooth earbud that gives the user a customized fit for maximum comfort by using a heated dock to soften the moldable earbuds before inserting them into the user’s ear. Earmade will be available in 2017 for $159.99.
Scosche has announced a partnership with Rockstar Energy at this year’s CES of rugged products optimized for the outdoors and extreme sports arena. The release includes rugged wireless, portable speakers, battery packs, cables, and headphones. These products are perfect for anyone with an active lifestyle from athletes to rock stars.
Soundcast, an award-winning company that handles high performance wireless audio system made their presence felt here at CES in Las Vegas by unveiling their latest edition of wireless products from their VGX series including the Soundcast VG7, a weather-resistant Bluetooth speaker.
Today, JVC announced they will be expanding their 2017 brand of Bluetooth headphones releasing a few great products that are sure to be on your 2017 wish list.
Braven is one of those brands that when you see the name, you already know you’re going to get your money’s worth. So it’s no surprise the booths at CES 2017 were booming with anticipation about their latest fleet of products.