Both Onkyo and Paradigm are well reputed brands in the home theater audio space. At a recent event, they unveiled their new lineup of audio offerings for sound lovers in Singapore and we managed to even have a quick trial. More details within our article.
Fresh from its factories, the MDR-10R is the latest headphone from Sony. With 40mm drivers and features such as High Audio Resolution, which claim to enhance your audio experience, we see if this new-comer can back up its words with top notch performance.
Heavy on features, the Creative Evo Zx is a wireless headphone set equipped with NFC technology. In addition, the product sports the SB-Axx1 audio processing chip from Creative previously found on the Sound Blaster Axx1 speakers.
Supra-aural wearing style may not be very common for consumer headphones, but the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear is here to show off its benefits. With a stylish look and precision German hardware, does the device have the quality to impress? We tell you in this review.
Monster has unveiled their new range of headphones for 2013. While many are simple upgrades like color options, there are two new notable entries in the shape of the Genesis and the MVP Carbon. We share more details of these upcoming devices.
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.
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$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.
Sporting a closed-back acoustic design with non-swivelling ear cups, the portable circumaural FA-004 v2 headphones features a headband padded in synthetic leather for maximum comfort. We find out if it sounds as good as it looks.