Introducing something different from the standard dynamic drivers that most in-ears sport, Sony has released their XBA range of headphones which feature balanced armature technology. The question now is, are they any good? We give you a detailed first-hand account.
We take a closer look at Creative's latest Sound Blaster Recon3D franchise, powered by the Sound Core3D audio processor. Showcased alongside its new gaming headsets, it is clear that Creative is out to woo console gamers with their latest offerings.
We're here to help you suss out the best HDTV and projector deals at Sitex 2011. While you're at it, why not consider that lovely pair of headphones for your partner or a media player for the whole family?
Best suited for low-power devices like portable media players, the DTX 101 iE is apparently, capable of a "punchy audio performance". How will it stack up against other mid-range headphone models in the market? We find out.
First unveiled last year in Japan by Sony, the MDR-EX1000 is equipped with a neodymium 16mm driver reinforced with a magnesium-based housing. Is it worth its S$799 price tag? Read on to find out.
Beyerdynamic is a German brand known for its premium microphones, as well as professional monitoring headsets for pilots. Here, we take a look at the T50p, an audiophile-grade, on-ear headphones that's suitable for portable use.
Sony introduces a new lineup of in-ear headphones powered by their Balanced Armature technology. Here's the lowdown on what went down in Tokyo, Japan.
Shure claims the SRH550DJ Heaphones to provide professional DJ quality sound. With 500mm drivers and the ability to flip or rotate the ear-cups, along with a threaded gold 3.5mm input jack, the headphones talk the talk, but do they walk the walk as well? Read on.
According to Philips, the SHN4600 is ranked above the entry-level and cheaper SHN2600. Does it deliver as guaranteed? We find out.
Creative's latest series of wireless speakers uses the company's Wireless Modular Bluetooth connectivity to allow users to easily expand from a single-speaker setup to a 3.1 configuration. Sounds interesting? Read on for more details about it and other new products.