Headphone Review: MEElectronics A161p

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MEElectronics has been a strong contender for great quality. Recently, they have updated their line with four new models: two wireless models, the S6, and the A161. This review will take a look at MEE’s new flagship, the A161p. Like it’s older brother, the A151, the A161 offers listeners the detailing and speed of a balanced armature. Offering a good upgrade over the A151, the A161 fixes many of the problems that plagued the A151. (more…)

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Application Review: Nubilous

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The iOS weather app has always been one that has offered the most basic information around. Although Nubilous’ mission is not to out-feature the stock Weather app, it, instead, plans to destroy it with a simplistic, minimalistic design that is sure to please. Although it succeeds in upping Apple with an even more simplistic, even more user-friendly UI, its price tag can weigh against it.  Read on for the full review. (more…)

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Headphone Review: Grado SR60i

[IMG]For the past 60 years, Grado has been producing headphones that stand out to an extremely high quality standpoint. Mention the name Grado to any audio enthusiast, they will instantly picture a classic headset. Although the designs may not have evolved past the classic design, their audio has. For this reason, Grados are regarded as being legendary.  Read on for the full review: (more…)
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Headphone Review: ThinkSound MS-01

[IMG]Last summer, I did an exciting battle between 5 pairs of wooden headphones. The ThinkSound TS02 came out the victor of that grand battle. Since then, ThinkSound hasn’t been asleep, hibernating gracefully in the background. Instead, they decided to release a new flagship IEM in their new monitoring series that they dubbed the MS-01. The MS-01 takes many of the problems I found with the TS02 and gives a good fix to them.  Read on for the full review: (more…)
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Application Review: Groove 2

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Apple’s default music player is a great stock player, especially comparing it to other stock music players; Apple’s seems a little further ahead of the others. Although it’s a great music player, it still isn’t the best as it doesn’t intuitively take advantage of many gestures, and quick access features. Although Groove isn’t an exact solution to the stock iPod or Music app, it does offer some beautiful shuffling features.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Headphone Review: Philips CitiScape Downtown

[IMG]CES 2012 was filled with brands from accross the globe releasing their newest, loudest, and even shiniest headphones of 2012. While they ranged in price, many of them topped the $300 price point, some even going into the $1000 dollar price range. Philips, who also released a high-end headphone called the Fidelio L1 at 300 dollars, also released a line of reasonably priced headphones called the CitiScape Collection. Created for the urbanite who wants to stay part of the city’s buzz, but not be intruded upon the noise, Philips introduced 4 models in this collection: Uptown, Downtown, Metro, and Underground which range from 50 to 150 dollars.  Read on for the full review: (more…)
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Application Review: Byword

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iOS features a basic app, offering basic functionality, that had a matte yellow icon. We all know this app, and it has changed very little over the past half-decade. With 5 years worth of upgrades, and only seeing an additions of font selection and searching capabilities, it becomes well apparent that Notes will not become the notes app we all dream of. Byword is a competitor against the notes app offering a stress-free writing environment that is simple to the touch and offering a wide array of features… (more…)

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Headphone Review: Aurisonics ASG-1

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The crowd is screaming, chanting, cheering for the performance to start. As the musicians take their steps onto the stage, they each have one in. With many manufacturers to choose from, customs are becoming more and more common. Aurisonics, designed the ASG-1 to originally be a demo product. As more artists started asking for the demo product to be put into production, it became more than just a demo. Although its intention was for professional use, it still works well for personal use as well.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Application Review: Mass Effect: Infiltrator

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Almost 3 years ago, Electronic Arts published the first installment of Mass Effect for the iOS platform. It was devastating to quickly find that, although it did help players in the main console game, it was 2D and really didn’t live up as well as it should have. BioWare, the developers behind Mass Effect, came back in the year 2012 to release the first, proper, 3D version of Mass Effect that users didn’t even know they fathomed for. This game does deliver well in the gameplay, but the replay can be a bit crippled.  Read on for the full review… (more…)

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Application Review: Cut the Buttons

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When it comes to iOS, one of the ways to make a big hit is to make an arcade game that is essentially never ending. The sheer addictiveness of the game itself is enough to push it to the number one position. Many try to hit this mark, many fail, some succeed, others fall somewhere in between. Cut the Buttons may sound like a knock-off of Cut the Rope, but its gameplay differs greatly. Although a great concept, it doesn’t entirely work well on the iPod and iPhone which puts it somewhere in between.  Read on for the full review:  (more…)

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