Phiaton has always been a company the combined both form and function into an aesthetically pleasing package that is able to perform strongly from a technical standpoint as well. The Bridge headphones were announced alongside the handsome Moderna earbuds, but were released much later. They are no exception to the Phiaton design queues. (more…)
When Griffin initially released the WoodTone in-ear headphones, which aren’t too bad sounding, I never thought that they’d turn it into a series of headphones. I also thought that the wooden design would make for a really nice set of over-ear headphones. Griffin recently released the new over-ear WoodTones to answer both of these thoughts. They are priced at a reasonable 100 dollars and do give a good bang for your buck. (more…)
A growing company requires growing endeavors. MEElectronics is a growing company that aims to reach up higher with its new M-Duo. As the name suggest, there is something coupled about it. In this case, it’s two dynamic drivers, one for the lows and one for the mids and highs. Multi-driver systems are not new, multi-driver dynamic systems are more rare, but becoming more popular. (more…)
When Marshall first entered the headphone business, it didn’t come with the bang that they wanted. Lately, though, they have stepped up their game. The Major 50th Anniversary Edition proved to be the first of their better models. Like Skullcandy, Marshall obtained a new engineer to tune their headphones. It’s been almost two years, and Marshall has finally released their first set of over-ear headphones, the Monitor. It’s a big progressive step forward for Marshall overall. (more…)
The race is on for accessory makers to get products to the market with Lightning connector support, and Kenburg Tech has joined the club with its new miniature LightLinez sync cable. LightLinez is a pocket-sized Lightning to USB cable — it measures just 12 cm — that allows you to charge or sync your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch without a tangled mess.
The price is on the steep side at $18.95, but that is partially related to the cable being Apple-certified under the MFi licensing program. In other words, this is a classic “Made for iPhone” product rather than some knock-off cable that might not work. I have tested the cable with both an iPhone 5 and iPad mini, and it works as described. LightLinez is ideal for small spaces and available for purchase through Kenburg Tech. (more…)