If you're a Londoner, you probably caught wind of the 2007 Swarovski Fashion Rocks event which was held the other week, in fact, you would've read reports in the London rags, of the twiglet Kate Moss and cowboy-booted Johnny 'Jozza Bozza' Borrell being naughty and smoking during the proceedings.
One of the products created to commemorate the event were these luxury DJ headphones, which are encrusted in...
Sennheiser has created a music phone friendly version of its CX 300 earphones. Claiming to be the first quality in-ear headphones to be made available with a 2.5mm headphone jack, they boast improved sound quality for music phones.
The CX 300s feature an advanced, miniaturised driver, designed to give smooth, acoustically correct in-ear operation, with an extended response of 18Hz-21kHz.
They come with three different sizes of ear adapters for a perfect fit, which also means that sound leakage is minimised, thus reducing annoyance to other people. They feature powerful, bass-driven stereo sound, and an asymmetrical cable for optimum wearing comfort.
If you want pink, though, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Available now, priced £39.99.
Denon has released the AH-D5000 headphones, aimed at the highest end of the audiophile market, and designed and voiced by Denon's Hi-Fi engineering team, developers of Denon's Advanced Evolution Hi-fi ranges, and Hi-fi market leaders in Japan.
These closed headphones are designed to be enjoyed in complete peace, are made from comfortable high-grade soft ear padding, with a lightweight magnesium frame, and real wood mahogany housing for superior acoustic characteristics.
Quickly turning into the noise-cancelling headphone supremo here at Shiny Towers (I think it's due to that Larry David/bald man exclusive club thing - ever noticed when you're wearing noise-cancelling headphones, other wearers on the street nod at you, out of respect? Or are my previous JVC models simply that cool?)...
It can be a minefield choosing between headphones, with so many brands touting fantastic reputations around the market, but at least Shure can be one name you can count on for quality.
Each set of the SE Series, from the low-end £99 set to the golden globules of the £329.99 top-of-the-range pair, is crafted...