This compact, 25-key MIDI controller is ideal for musicians on the go.
All the sound quality and features you’d want in a set of earbuds, but with literally no cable to speak of.
This arm mount is a simple way to attach a Blue Yeti or Blue Snowball to your desk for easy access.
The venerable headphones now have one less failure point to worry about.
Master & Dynamic’s MH40s are gorgeous over-ear headphones for fashion-conscious people who also appreciate good sound. Their design manages to evoke an aesthetic that’s both modern and timeless, sporting a brushed aluminum frame accented with heavy-grain cowhide leather, with retro-esque outer grilles on the headcups. The sound is rich and warm, with plenty of bass (without being too overpowering) and a soundscape…
If you are in the market for an inexpensive pair of Bluetooth headphones for working out, I really like the Sbode Bluetooth Headphones. Do they sound as good as the Powerbeats 3? No, but they are pretty good. They have an eight-hour battery, are IPX7 water-proof, and including buttons change the volume. The PowerBeats had a clearer sound, but if you mainly…
Packs quite a punch for its size.
A portable, great-sounding mic that can be connected directly to an iOS device for easy podcast/voiceover recording.
Turns any standard over-ear headphones into a high-performing headset.
Surprisingly clear and powerful sound for its size. 20-hour battery life. Built-in mic for making and taking calls. Works with just about any Bluetooth-compatible device.
A precision-engineered supercardioid condenser vocal microphone with an exceptionally smooth frequency response.
Noise-isolating headphones that stand the test of time thanks to their excellent sound (especially on the low end), military-level durability, distinct hexagonal design, ergonomic comfort, and easy portability.
The Beatles’ classic psychedelic album, brilliantly remastered directly from the original studio four-track recordings. It’s an entirely new listening experience.
These headphones offer parents peace of mind by automatically capping the audio at 85 decibels, the level recommended for kids by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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