Thursday, September 24, 2009

Hot new headphones line up with fantasy design to astonish you

Here are some dazzling headphones, earphones and their characteristic features that lines up recently with fantastic designs and latest technology looks fancy and handy which you been expecting to own and enjoy, some may even waiting for their fanciful design and features what they dream to use and handle elegant and comfort. check out.., your dream come true?

Maximo iP 595
Maximo’s iP595 metallic glassy effect futuristic iMetal line, specifically designed to work with your iPhone or iPod, enhanced definition alloy metal earphones with iPod specific remote and mic.

Proprietary eartip design provides optimal noise isolation and extended comfort. High definition condenser mic for voice control and recording, The frequency response range is from 12 to 22,000 hertz, while the microphone responds to 20 to 16,000 hertz. Unlike other wired mic-headphone sets, the iP 595 comes with a highly useful but possibly dorky shirt clip and a lanyard sets for $79.99 and available in October.

JVC’s other new model HA-EBX85, designed for sports use, the splash-proof HA-EBX85 is both comfortable and practical, fitting securely in the ear and held comfortably in place by a soft rubber ear hook.

JVC’s superior sound quality is further enhanced with powerful 0.43-inch (11mm) neodymium driver units, is another incarnation of the in-ear headphone and they come with three different sizes for launching into your eartube and the frequency response ranges from 10 to 23,000 hertz.

Available in three color white, pink and purple and also comes with slim, gold-plated iPhone-compatible plug seems targeted women at around $20 per pair.

JVC HA-FX20 All Star
HA-FX20 comes this month with sportive look and sleek design in available in five color combinations, offering something to please just about anyone, in three sizes, of frequency range 10 to 20,000 hertz.

The powerful 0.33-inch (8.5mm) neodymium driver units provide excellent sound, while superior sound isolation from background noise is achieved with the in-ear canal design of the headphones. The HA-FX20 also offers the convenience of a slim, gold-plated iPhone-compatible plug.

HA-FX20 All Star headphones will be available in September for $14.95.

iHome iHMP5U
The Gadgets that transforms all it from headphones to speakers, iHMP5’s magnetic proximity switch which activates the power amplifier and kicks the music to room volume distributing the music from two ears to many, though not a boombox exactly but they are able to produce respectable sound.

A completely unique all-in-one portable speaker and headphone set that lets users listen in private or go full speaker mode to share their music with friends. Compatible with iPods, iPhones, laptops, and any player with a headphone jack, announced to August for $69.99.

V-Moda Faze
V-Moda Faze call itself a headset works with a number of portable devices universally compatible with all iPhone, iPod, latest BlackBerry Smartphones, MP3, CD, DVD, and computers, the in-ear phones deliver some quality sound with an in-line microphone and music or call control button.

Aluminum alloy coats the earbud bodies, the cabling is reinforced Kevlar, and proprietary technology blocks outside noise. The frequency response ranges from 18 to 22,000 hertz, launched early September at $50 per pair.

Dr. Dre Studio Beats Solo
The smaller package headphones feature ControlTalk, on-cable control of your music and phone calls.

Dr. Dre Beats Solo drops the price from $300 to $220 for high-quality headphones, follows up with a recession-priced option with the same technology. Available in November 2009.

Grado GR8
GR8 in-ear headphones sound appealing--they feature a frequency range of 20 to 20,000 hertz and come with options for small, medium, or large ear tips from the company well known for its headphone technology, Grado.

The rubber and plastic blend of the phones seal off noises from the outside world with different earbuds that sit outside the actual ear delivering better sound, in-ear headphones nestle inside the ear canal. GR8, which are available now, Priced at $300.

Sennheiser RS180
Sennheiser continue with wireless headphones offering the freedom to travel upot 100m from the sound source, his wireless headphone sytem utilises Kleer's uncompressed digital wireless audio transmission and can serve up to four pairs of headphones and compatible watching TV.

Headphones automatically balance the sound. The open circumaural design of the ear cups lets the headphones “breathe” which, according to the company, produces a better sound image. equipped with balanced and automatic level controls and effective wireless range. The RS 180’s frequency response is 18-21,000 hertz, and  no word yet about the price.

Sennheiser MM100
Sennheiser’s next product in groundbreaking wireless stereo series range MM100 combines advanced stereo Bluetooth® technology with a lightweight neckband design – making it perfect for sports, walking the streets or simply relaxing in the park. Instead of deep ear cups, the headphones have soft cushions that envelop your ears with sound.

The cutting-edge A2DP profile for stereo Bluetooth® ensures great quality sound with every type of music, the headset, which will be released later this month, can be charged via USB or plugged into a wall and can be connected to two sources at once–which could come in handy if you need to plug into your laptop and your MP3 player.

Sennheiser PX 100-II
PX 100-II, foldable mini headphones are ready to go anywhere you go without missing beats hits what Sennheiser quality means, the harmonic distortion is less than 0.1% in its new headphones and the frequency response of the closed stereo extends from 10 to 21,000 hertz with 4 feet long cable.

The PX 100-II is expected available in October, but there is no word on pricing as of yet.

Sleek Audio CT6
Sleek Audio CT6 comes to fit your ear holes, each set is custom-made, mold made by audiologist with very customizable for comfort and function. Plus, custom earpieces stay put even through jumping, running, or bouncing.

Colors range from clear to tinted to creepy glow-in-the-dark - $350.

Heartbeats by Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga releasing headphones with partner company Monster, Heartbeats by Lady Gaga headphones, with typical quality and sound-isolating design and a 3.5-ft. cord, retail for $99.99.

Bose QuietComfort 15
Bose released the original noise-cancelling headphones way back in the 1980s, Bose continues to churn out quality headphones released end of August designed to provide maximum comfort and sound quality for air-travel passengers.

The headphones, which have microphones mounted both inside and outside the earcup, actually use AA batteries to power their noise-cancelling circuitry, pricetag of $300.

Ultrasone Edition 8
This build for luxury experience headphones all tied up with Ethiopian leather feature titanium-plated speakers, ear cups lined with Ethiopian leather.

The company implemented S-logic technology which directs sound toward the outer ear reducing pressure on listeners eardrums at the same time making recordings sound more natural,  $1,500 pricetag.

ChicBuds DJ Sport
Chicbuds has launched DJ Sport, a new line of headphones targeted towards ladies and so a big soft ear cups, folds easy with bright colors Hot Pink or Multi Color, the sound-frequency response is pretty standard, with a range from five to 20,000 hertz.

Debuted in September and costs $29.99.