A very distinctive eco-friendly design At first glance, House of Marley’s Liberate XLBT headphones (selling for under £140 on Amazon now) share many of the design characteristics you see on the older, wired Liberate headphones Mark reviewed back in 2014. You’ve got that signature eco-friendly design with FSC certified wood panels on the outside of the […]
The Pros: Well-made, classy design, good comfort, superb audio clarity and depth The Cons: No head strap cushioning, and no clip to stop the arms folding The Bottom Line: Exceptional sound with pleasing build quality at a competitive price — what’s not to like? When you find the words “Made in England” emblazoned across a […]
Ministry of Sound, the world-famous nightclub and music brand, this week launched its Ministry of Sound Audio Range, featuring a host of premium audio devices including portable wireless speakers, Wi-Fi connected multi-room home speakers and high-quality headphones. The new range of audio products have been developed in collaboration with the sound engineers and DJs from […]
This is a review of Damson’s British-made bone conducting headphones called Headbones. Priced at £99.99, they work using a Bluetooth connection and sit on the temporal bone, just level with and in front of your ears.
The Good: The 335’s provide excellent comfort, premium sound quality, and superior build quality, plus some cool features like a built-in volume dial and a twisting ear cup for DJ use. The Bad: The design is not too appealing to the younger generation and the volume dial does not change the device’s volume, but adjusts the volume input […]
I saw the Oppo HA-2 headphone amplifier as a pre-production version at the headroom portable audio show earlier this year. It was a sleek, thin, elegant and aesthetically pleasing piece of equipment that is soft to the touch. This week you can buy it, but for now just take a sneek peek, it’s lovely. We […]
The RHA MA450i’s are worth the money, with excellent audio quality and only minor design issues.
Lindy’s Cromo NCX-100 headphones were lined up to be exactly what I needed — a modestly priced set of headphones at £100, and feature packed with active noise cancellation and a “bass boost” mode. Here’s how my experience has been with them so far.
Atomic Floyd’s stainless steel earbuds are known for their outstanding durability and craftsmanship, and this review will be looking at their HiDefDrum in-ear headphones.
It’s difficult not to like the Liberates. They look good, feel nice on your head, and the drums-and-bass-heavy sound they produce is appealing in short bursts. They are just really nice to use.