The Cordster is a small attachment to keep your headphone cables untangled. It works with virtually all portable cords, and snaps on and off using a removable Velcro-like fastener. Reportedly, it works well. Available in a variety of colors for $4.95.
Recommended by: CNET, StreetTech.com, Etown and Consumer Guide The Grado SR60 headphones are made in Brooklyn. Their black-plastic design doesn’t exactly exude high tech, but as soon as doubters hear the SR60, their objections usually melt away. Converts gush about the headset’s rock-solid bass, extraordinary detail, and clarity. The SR60 has been on the market… [Continue Reading]
Universal fit design Outstanding bass response Outstanding vocal tone ComfortEar™ custom fit sleeves available (at additional cost – ear impressions required for this option) Great upgrade to similar systems Response: 20 hz to 20,000 hz Driver: FSI proprietary F/R Impedance: 32 ohm Sensitivity: 118dB Isolation: 25 dB Cable: 45″ standard Connector: Standard 1/8″ Stereo Gold… [Continue Reading]
Blocks external noise with comfortable sound-isolating sleeves that contour to the inside of the ears. Shure E3c Sound Isolating Earphone – The replacement of the acclaimed E1, the E3 uses low mass, high energy micro-speakers to deliver incredibly precise sound with secure, comfortable, acoustic isolation for an outstanding listening experience where ever you are. Whether… [Continue Reading]
Recommended by: ZDNet, CNET and Wired Magazine. From ZDNET: The name Etymotic means “true to the ear” and is pronounced “et-im-oh-tik.” We’re huge fans of the company’s ER-4P earbuds but it retails for a whopping $330. The ER-6 Isolator earbuds, meanwhile, carries a list price of $130 and is designed to offer most of the… [Continue Reading]