So long as you know where a certain app is located, connecting multiple headphones to your Mac is super easy.
Tribit has released its first-ever pair of sports earbuds, MoveBuds H1, as well as a portable Bluetooth speaker line, StormBox Micro 2.
Dave Wiskus shared an awesome thread on Twitter about using Audiograms to make your music sound better!
On Tuesday Bose has announced the launch of its latest pair of noise cancelling headphones – QuietComfort 45.
The QuietComfort 45 maintain the hallmarks of their predecessor with amazing audio performance, all-day comfort and stability, super- simple controls, rock-solid connectivity, and an update to the iconic design that made QCs one of the most recognizable wearables ever. The QuietComfort 45 headphones will be available starting September 23rd for $329.95, and pre-orders start today at Bose.com and select resellers.
Adidas is currently developing a pair of solar-powered headphones in partnership with Exeger. Digital Trends interviewed Gustaf Rosell, chief product and innovation Officer at Zound Industries.
One of the key differences is they are powered by any light. Direct sunlight will be the strongest source, but even indoor lighting or, even better, having it close to windows will generate energy. The cells are flexible in their application and not sensitive to being shadowed in the same way as traditional solar cells.
We have a deal on a pair of LSTN 85s, headphones designed for kids, with a maximum volume of 85 decibels. The 85 automatically limits volume output at 85 decibels (the World Health Organization standard for safe listening), ensuring that anyone can listen damage-free for up to eight hours at a time. They’re $29.99 through our deal, and they’re available in White, Blue, and Pink.