With signature matte-black looks, the "+" in a-Jays One+ denotes compatibility with Android smartphones, with a single button which helps control playback and microphone housed in the in-line pod. Read on to find out if it met our expectations.
ASUS has just announced three new USB DAC and headphone amplifiers and headlining the launch is the critically-acclaimed Xonar Essence One MUSES Edition. We were at the launch event to sample their new audio offerings briefly.
At an event held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Singapore, Panasonic allowed us time to get a hands-on experience with their new line-up of audio devices. These include wireless speakers as well as docking systems which are compatible with the Apple's new Lightning connector in addition to home theatre systems.
Partnering up with Japanese inspired lifestyle brand tokidoki, Sol Republic has launched a new pair of on-ear headphones. Offering a great degree of modularity and a chic, urban design, the headphones are also optimized for use with Apple products.
IT Show 2013 is here! Ever wondered how to choose the right gadget for yourself? From HDTVs and projectors, to media players and headphones, we've got your audio and visual needs covered in this buying guide. Happy shopping!
With mahogany ear-cups and professionally tuned 50mm drivers, the Denon AHD-7100 is a premium offering for audiophiles. We put it through its paces to discover if it's really worth S$1699.
Aiming to provide high-end audio performance, the Audio Technica ATH-W3000ANV is a premium and exclusive pair of headphones that look the part. The question is, will the product be able to deliver on the promise of top-notch sound, or will it fall short of the lofty mark expected? Read on for our evaluation.
Priced at S$165, the Nokia Purity Stereo Headset by Monster features 9mm dynamic drivers and flat, non-tangle cords. Made almost entirely out of plastic, will these funky-colored in-ears meet our standards? Read on to find out.
Priced at S$330, the on-ear Nokia Purity HD Stereo Headset by Monster is very travel-friendly, with its flat cables as well as the ability to be folded and stowed away neatly in the carrying case. We take it to the labs to see if its hefty price tag is justifiable.
Like the older a-Jays Four, the t-Jays Four is also for use with Apple iPhones, but it also sports a few new features including 10mm dynamic drivers, and vented bass ports on the back of the ear buds to increase bass performance. We find out if it sounds as good as its specs suggest.