These M6 Pro in-ear headphones are inexpensive and have lots of inter changeable parts and are designed for the pro audience. Hollin Jones gives them a thorough test in this review.
Yes, you read this right. These headphones are designed to make you high. By stimulating a particular nerve in your brain, Nervana, say you’ll feel pretty great while listening to your favorite tunes.
If you're mixing on headphones Waves Audio want you to hear the same depth,reflections & stereo image you would using speakers in a physical room. Nx is a virtual mix room plugin designed to do that.
Blue Microphone's Mo-Fi headphones got a lot of positive feedback after passing through the Ask.Audio lab tests! So, how do the new (and more economical) Lola headphones fare? Matt Vanacoro finds out.
For live performers, in-ear monitors have many advantages over foldback wedges. Matt looks at the entry-level and pro in-ear monitors from Ultimate Ears to see if they can replace on-stage monitors.
The new AKG K182 closed-back monitoring headphones are designed for e-drums, keyboards, studio monitoring and home recording. They are due to arrive in the UK this month and are priced under £80!
Roland tell us their new M-100 AIRA headphones offer "incredibly detailed sound quality for AIRA owners"... but we're convinced they're also for non-AIRA owning producers and DJs too ;-)
Yamaha tell us their new HPH-MT7 studio monitor headphones "exemplify the philosophy since (they) first produced the industry standard NS-10M monitor speakers." Here's all the details.
The Blue Mics Mo-Fi headphones caused quite a stir upon released, and now Blue introduce slim-fit Lola, a high-fidelity headphone they say reveals detail in your music you never knew was there.
When it comes to headphones, DJs tend to want them to be durable, accurate, comfortable and stylish. Pioneer feel their new HDJ-700s fit the bill on all four counts. Check them out.
Headphones designed for DJing are usually different to those for studio use, and for good reason. In this review, Hollin Jones dons a pair of the AKG K181 cans and puts them to the test.
Owned by the Marley family – yes, all kin to Bob Marley – House of Marley has four product lines including portable audio, at home audio systems, headphones and other music accessories.
How often have you really "felt" a song? The idea a piece of music “touches” us or “moves” us is fairly accepted. Yet, we primarily consume music through our ears. Until now that is!
Designed with the pro DJ in mind, the new AKG K181 DJ UE reference headphones are now available in UK and beyond.
The idea behind Apogee Groove is that you can listen to your music on Mac or PC with recording studio quality wherever you are. It's light, portable and packed with Apogee goodness.