Blue’s Mo-Fi Headphones Have a Built-in Amp

The first thing you're going to notice about these headphones is the fact that the cups are mounted on what appears to be a reverse knee sort of joint (The Arrival, anyone?), instead of heading straight to the band and over to the other ear. Turns out the inspiration for the multi-jointed design was actually based on the suspension of an open-wheeled Formula One race car, which is actually a lot cooler. The end result is the ability to get fine-tuned adjustments for fit and comfort. The second thing you're going to notice is the name. Blue has been making awesome microphones for as long as we can remember, and it's about time they turned the headphone game on its ear. The most important thing about Mo-Fi is something you won't notice until you actually use them--they're audiophile headphones ... continue reading
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Chinon iPhone Speaker Feels Like Old Times

There are speakers you plug your iPhone into with a cable. Speakers you connect to with Bluetooth. Speakers that passively amplify sound (this is the old plastic cup trick). The Legato CH-PS840 from Chinon is one of the latter, but it's also different than other passive amps on the market. For starters, each of the ... continue reading
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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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Creative Sound Blaster Roar SPONSORED

The Sound Blaster Roar is like a wolverine: it's diminutive in size but packs a serious punch. The team at Creative loaded an impressive bi-amplified 5-driver system with a subwoofer inside a case about the size of a hardcover book. It delivers seriously impressive bass along with crisp audio for an unrivaled portable ... continue reading
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Hands-On: Klipsch R6i Headphones

If you’re looking for an upgrade over those basic white earbuds that came with your iPhone, you’ve got a lot of options to jam in your earholes. We took the reasonably priced Klipsch R6i headphones for a spin to see if they’re an affordable option you should consider if you’re in the market.   What ... continue reading
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15 Podcasts Every Guy Should Know

Maybe you have a long commute or are just tired of hearing the same Imagine Dragons song every time you turn on the radio, whatever the case, subscribing to a few podcasts could entertain and enlighten you. Problem is, with just about every person in possession of a microphone and a little know-how able to create ... continue reading
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Cordless Earbuds That Charge In Your Pocket

Quite simply, the new Earin earbuds from former Sony Ericsson and Nokia engineers are the smallest, cordless earbuds on the market. The balanced armature speakers that Earin uses are more commonly found in pro in-ear monitors and hearing aids, so you get the best possible sound out of the small package. There are no ... continue reading
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The Bluetooth Speaker Designed For The Bathroom

The Braven Mira bluetooth speaker might be the best one we've seen yet. 1200 mAh battery good for 10 hours of wireless audio. Speakerphone. Minimal buttons. Quality design. The big deal is the IPX5 water resistance. According to Wikipedia, that means, "Protected against water jets - Water projected at all angles through ... continue reading
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Moto Stream Makes Speakers Wireless

Motorola's new Moto Stream is basically a wired dongle, in the shape of an icosahedron, that you connect to any 3.5mm or RCA speakers to make them bluetooth compatible. Connect the Micro USB power source. Connect the 3.4mm or RCA cable to your speakers, receiver, etc. Then, connect your phone, tablet or computer with ... continue reading
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