Tag - Urbanears
If you're like us, you tend to Goldilocks your way from earbud to earbud -- some are too big, too small, too cheap, too expensive. Some have great designs and poor sound quality, while others sound great but don't have any style. Today, we're here to check out the Urbanears' Sumpan to see just where they fit in with the myriad of other earbuds we've come across.
Working out without music isn't fun, but working out with earbuds or headphones that are plugged into your phone can be a complete nightmare. That's where the Urbanears' Hellas come in: they're Bluetooth headphones, so there's no wires to get tangled up in, and they rest gently on your ears, so those of you who don't like earbuds can enjoy them as well. They're clearly designed for workouts in and out of the gym, but are they the best bang for your buck? Check them out in our review.
We check out a lot of headphones here, which you've probably noticed by this point. Most headphones we check out tend to be geared toward a certain type of listener, music enthusiasts, club kids, gamers... You name it, we've reviewed it. But today we take a look at a set of headphones that could suit just about anyone's needs, especially when it comes to being downright convenient. Today, we check out the Plattan ADV Wireless headphones by Urbanears.
TiVo's fall update will feature updates for the To Do List and the My Shows page. A post on Twitter by vice president Margret Schmidt confirmed the update and also included screenshots showcasing some of the changes. While an official rollout date has not been set, TiVo is allowing some users to preview it early, via sign-ups to the Priority List.
Scosche has released the latest in the Realm line of on-ear, reference-grade headphones. The new models are all powered by 40mm drivers, and feature copper voice coils and rare-earth neodymium magnets. Ear cushioning is provided by viscoelastic memory foam that softens in response to body heat, and conforms to the listener's ear shape. Two models, the RH656md and RH656m on-ear headphones, boast Scosche's Siri-compatible tapLINE III control and microphone, which allows users to play, pause, adjust volume, activate voice control, and perform hands-free calling. The RH656md in black and RH656m in white retail for $130. The models without the microphone, the RH600bk (black) and RH600w (white) run $100.
Urbanears has just introduced a new headphone line with the Bagis. The in-ear headphones have a rubber housing and snap together for carrying around a user's neck when not in use. The cords are made of fabric and TPE to reduce rustling sounds from friction.
Urbanears has updated its Tanto headphone range. The changes include improved clamping force that gives the headphones a sturdier feel despite their relatively light weight. Also updated are the metal parts of the headphones, which have been given a powder coated matte finish that improves their appearance as well as durability. Sonically, the headphones have also received over-sized 40mm drivers that help to deliver a much richer and fuller sound than previously.
Urbanears today brought out its limited-edition Tanto headphones at the Wired Pop Up Store in New York City. The retro styled over-the-ear headphones are assembled with parts of random colors, including the headband, earpads, cord, remote, jack and speaker. An inline remote and microphone are integrated into the cord of the headphones, which ends in a 3.5mm audio jack.