A fast and simple voice recorder app that syncs recordings between practically all your Apple devices. Dick Tracy would love it.
A big, cushiony cube with a built-in wireless microphone. Perfect for conferences, meetups, and the like.
A social network for sharing short-form audio stories.
A simple, inexpensive way to listen to music or podcasts in the shower while your iPhone’s in the other room.
A combination case and stand for on-ear and over-ear headphones, crafted from soft Italian leather and rugged British cotton canvas twill.
A 90-minute audio discussion/seminar on making the most of one’s precious few productive hours each day.
A great entry-level USB condenser mic for budding podcasters and musicians, especially those who might record while traveling.
I know that Beats products have long had the reputation of being about “brand” and not performance. I’d being lying if I said I wasn’t impressed by the recent Lebron James commercial about the Powerbeats 2, though. I’ve recently picked running back up as a hobby, so I wanted to get some bluetooth headphones to run with. I debated between the Powerbeats 2 and the JayBird BlueBuds X headphones. After much research, I decided to purchase the Powersbeats 2.
A quality vinyl player that won’t cost a fortune.
The Bose OE2i on-ear headphones aren’t the sort of thing that would please a hardcore audiophile, but they sound quite good for how portable they are, especially if you enjoy a little bass. They’re comfortable too, with their slim headband and memory foam ear cushions. The in-line mic and remote are the cherry on top. They were $150 on Amazon just a…
Earbuds should obviously make your music sound good, but there’s no reason they can’t also look great doing it. These House of Marley in-ear buds are quite stylish and sound excellent to boot. They’re a bit on the bass-heavy side, but I’m okay with that. The buds are fashioned from earth-friendly materials such as recyclable aluminum and polished FSC-certified sapele and maple…
One of the major annoyances with my new car it is that it supports Bluetooth, but not Bluetooth audio. Thankfully, the car at least has an AUX port. I could use a 3.5mm cord, but I wanted to ditch cords altogether. The Miccus Mini-jack RX solves this problem. It plugs into the AUX port, then connects to your phone via Bluetooth. It’s battery powered,…