headphones

Sennheiser Now Sells Spare Parts In Australia

Headphones broken? Cable getting a bit frayed and fuzzy? Lost an earpad? Sennheiser now sells replacement cables, earpads and other bits and pieces for its headphones in Australia through an online store.


Sennheiser's New $US500 Wireless Headphones Only Work Well With A Wire

I love Sennheiser’s very expensive, very handsome wireless headphones. But, unfortunately, I can’t use my Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headset unless I plug in a cord. This is a big problem for wireless headphones — big enough that the company has now stopped shipping the product.


6 New Technologies For Runners

Running is one of the best things you can do for your health. In fact, a recent study found that running for just a few minutes a day lowers the risk of an untimely demise by 30 percent. That said, there is a good way to run and a better way to run. So make the most of your run with these cool and new technologies.


Magzet is a MagSafe Magnetic Connector for Your Headphones

It may be on its way out of Apple’s MacBook line, but the spirit of the magnetic MagSafe connection could live on thanks to a Kickstarter project called Magzet.


Reasonably-Priced Bluetooth Buds That Don't Make You Look Like A Doofus

With its new Shadow Wireless headphones, reasonably-priced audio purveyor Sol Republic is tackling a problem no one else has gotten right yet: a compact, portable Bluetooth headphone that sounds good.


Sony MDR-ZX750N Noise Cancelling Headphones: Australian Review

Wires are annoying, and listening to the world around you when you’re trying to concentrate on music is annoying. If you’re a modern smartphone or tablet user, the Holy Grail of headphones is a pair that combine good sound quality with portability, wireless connectivity and ambient noise cancelling. Sony’s MDR-ZX750BN headphones will set you back $279, but pack that crucial commuting combo of noise cancellation and Bluetooth.


The Amount Of Detail That Goes Into Making These Headphones Is Unreal

Video: These Fostex TH900 headphones run for $US1300, which is completely silly and ridiculous and insane, until you watch how they get made. The amount of detail put into each part, the careful consideration of each step, it’s all pretty impressive. I know I would never spend that much money on headphones but I can’t say they’re not worth it.


These Headphones From 1927 Look So Much Worse Than Earbuds

Throughout the 20th century, radio nerds were trying to figure out how to build the perfect headphones. Over-the-ear varieties could get hot and sweaty. In-ear varieties would fall out. And then there were these clamp-ons from 1927, which looked like the least comfortable of the bunch — despite what the manufacturers insisted.


Astro Gaming A38 Headphones: Australian Review

Gaming headphones are a weird breed; they’re made for extended listening, voice chat and for daily harsh treatment. Gamers play on a wide range of different devices, but Astro’s mid-range A38 is made for the gamers out there that don’t have a console — if you’re on PC, or more likely on tablet and smartphone, this is the headset for you.


SMS BioSport Review: Earbuds That Read Your Heartbeat

Sensors are everywhere — in our phones, watches, and shoes. And now our earphones, too. The SMS BioSport heart rate-sensing earbuds aim to be the audio companion of choice for all you marathon runners, mountain bikers, and other hardcore athlete types who need to know your beats per minute on a daily basis.