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Sony H.ear On Wireless NC Bluetooth Headphones: Australian Review

If you’re commuting, you want a pair of headphones without a cord that’s going to get tangled in your bag and in your clothes. If you’re commuting, you also want a pair of headphones that blocks out the rattle of the train or bus and the chattering of the people next to you. It’s usually a little hard to find a pair of headphones with both of these features packed into one, but Sony’s new h.ear on Wireless NC combines both Bluetooth and active noise cancelling in an over-the-head, over-the-ear design finished in five different striking colours.

Bose's Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones Finally Go Wireless

Bose likes to talk about how it invented noise-cancelling headphones. While technically true, it didn’t seem to give the company any advantage over the competition that now saturates store shelves with wireless ear gadgets of various kinds. But, finally, Bose is making its most popular noise-cancelling headphone, the QuietComforts, completely wireless.

Deals: Save 34% On A Pair Of XTC In-Ear Genuine Wood Headphones

Enjoy premium sound quality, noise isolation, and comfort with a pair of XTC In-Ear Genuine Wood Headphones. Gizmodo Australia readers can pick up a pair of these incredible phones, which come in either red or black, for only $46 AUD [$32.99 USD], a savings of 34% off the RRP.

Fender FXA7 Review: Headphones Worth Their $700 Price Tag

The best headphones transform the music. They reveal notes lost and whispers hidden and the rub of a finger down the string of a guitar. They expand the music and transport you. Whenever you move up a price point, the sound should move too. And that’s exactly what happened with the Fender FXA7 in-ear monitors (IEMs).

Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7NC Review: Noise-Cancelled, Hi-Res Audio Bliss

If you want a pair of noise cancelling headphones, your choice is much more restricted than the hundreds of quality headphones already out there. If you want noise cancelling headphones that sound great, well, that’s even harder. Of the limited range you can choose from, Audio-Technica’s brand new ATH-MSR7NC are the thinking man’s choice — they’re not flashy or blingy or over-the-top, but they block out the outside world and produce incredibly detailed audio at the same time.

Lunch Time Deals: $75 Off Star Wars Headphones

When you’re buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo’s Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the ‘net. Today, to celebrate May the 4th, we’ve spotted a deal that slashes $75 off the price of a $249 pair of SMS Audio Star Wars Edition headphones.

Plantronics Rig 500E Headset: A Lightweight Jigsaw Puzzle

I’m a massive online gamer. I constantly have a set of headphones on my head when at home, and I like to be completely focused on the game while playing. As such, my main point of deliberation when it comes to headsets is whether to go for a noise isolating set or not. I’m a fan of the distraction-free experience, but certain parties within my household have repeatedly told me that it is Very Annoying trying grab my attention while I’m gaming, and would prefer I used an open set. I also often play with my teammates sitting right next to me, so noise-cancelling headphones can be more of a hindrance than help.

Thankfully, the Plantronics Rig 500E provides two interchangeable earcup options, so you can customise your headset depending upon your needs. Now, like Miley Cyrus, you can have the best of both worlds.

Parrot's Zik 3 Are Your New Favourite $600 Wireless Headphones

Parrot’s Zik 2.0 headphones were the headphones to buy last year if you wanted the holy trinity of active noise cancelling, Bluetooth and a rechargeable internal battery. Now there’s a new version in the Zik 3, which will be out in Australia from the end of this month, adding a few nifty new features like wireless charging.

ROCCAT RENGA Headset: Australian Review

If you’re gaming on a console or PC, chances are you’ll have come across an advertisement for a gaming headset at some stage. There’s plenty of choice for every gamer and every budget. Pure headphones. Cheap headphones. Headphones with a detachable microphone. Headphones with separate mixers. Modular headsets. Headsets with detachable cables. So who is ROCCAT hoping to appeal to with the RENGA?

Philips' New Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Are Surprisingly Cheap

Finding a pair of good quality headphones — that fit on or over your ears comfortably, but that are also wireless, and that also have integrated active noise cancelling to block out the outside world — is difficult. Harder still is finding them at a reasonable price, which is why we’re intrigued by Philips’ new SHB8850NC on-ear headphones.

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