Headphones - Reviews

SMS Audio BioSport earbuds

If you want an unobtrusive, no-fuss fitness tracker, the SMS Audio BioSport earbuds are an interesting proposition. They are not just for listening to music while you workout; they can also be used to track your heart rate. They do this via a little ...

Corsair H2100 review

Like the H1500, I'm going to gloss right over the controversy regarding Corsair's new logo. As far as I can tell everyone is either ambivalent to the new logo or absolutely loathes it, but either way it's not going to factor into the rating here.

Bose SoundLink on-ear Bluetooth headphones

A compact form factor, lightweight build, suede-like material, and very soft earcups make the Bose SoundLink on-ear headphones enticing -- and that’s before you even turn them on to experience convenient and easy-to-use Bluetooth, great sound, and re...

Bose Freestyle in-ear headphones

Take away the limited Bose branding, and the Freestyle in-ear headphones look like the sort you’d pick up in the discount basket on the way to the checkout of your local electronics shop. But beyond the cartoonish colouring is memorable, balanced sou...

BlueAnt Pump HD Sportbuds

BlueAnt's Pump HD Sportbuds are designed for those of you who lead an active lifestyle. They're water resistant and wireless, which are both good things, but they're also a little bulky. Is that the product's undoing?

Sennheiser Momentum on-ear headphones

Sennheiser has blended form with function very well in its Momentum headphones, which are not only stylish, they also produce clear and accurate sound quality. Indeed, what you get with the Momentum headphones is a luxury audio product that delivers ...

Monster iSport Victory in-ear headphones

Next month, Monster will make available its range of iSport in-ear headphones, touted as "the athlete’s headphones". We road-tested the iSport Victory series, which have a useful design that hooks the headphones on the front inside rather than over t...

Review: Tt eSPORTS Shock

Thermaltake’s latest foray into gaming peripherals is arriving on New Zealand shores, and the Tt eSports Shock shows that the company is committed to high-end, high quality gear. The headset is corded, and connects to your PC via the 3.5mm aud...

Klipsch Image S4A II headphones

The Klipsch Image S4A II in-ear headphones have a patented design that is supposed to make them more comfortable to wear and easier to fit than many other in-ear designs on the market. Instead of being round, the silicone tips that are attached to th...

Denon AH-D600 Music Maniac headphones

The Denon AH-D600 fits into the upper-middle of the company’s range of Music Maniac headphones, targeted at serious music listeners who value uncompromised audio quality over anything else.

Review: Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D RAGE

Creative’s Sound Blaster Tactic3D RAGE Wireless headset has almost as many appealing features as it does words in its name. Just about everything a gamer could want is there – wireless functionality, digital surround sound, high build qu...

Review: Rapoo H8020

Rapoo’s HS8020 is a wireless USB-connected headset for PC and Mac. The USB connection means it won’t work with devices such as smartphones, tablets, MP3 players or game consoles – this is a computer-only piece of hardware.

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