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.
The Sennheiser PXC 360 BT Noise-canceling headphones packs a ton of features into its compact frame. We take a listen to see if these features has made it the ultimate headphones for weary travelers.
The Bose QuietComfort 15 is the newest entry-level noise-canceling headphones in the company's QuietComfort range, featuring numerous enhancements to both actively and passively block out low frequency ambient noise. We took a listen and here's what we thought.
The Audio-Technica ATH-CKM77 is the latest headphones from the Japanese audio gurus and it features a specially developed hybrid metal housing made using a combination of aluminum and stainless steel. We tune in to see if it offers any obvious benefits.
Taking into account user research and public opinion, Sony has crafted its latest set of headphones for gamers, the DR-GA200.
Vietnamese audio company Sunrise has been winning rave reviews for its bang-for-buck headphones, hence we decided to try out the Sunrise XW-Scape in-ear headphones.
The Shure SE315 earphones is the replacement to the older and popular SE310 model. Find out if it is a worthy successor.
As a refresh of the older SE530, the new SE535 features a sturdier detachable cable and a smaller earphone enclosure for a better fit. We check out to see if SE530 owners should upgrade.