Category Archives: Over Ear

FOCAL’s audio equipment remains undoubtedly the most famous and fantastic-sounding products. The French company released a high-quality pair of headphones less expensive priced than Focal’s flagship Utopia. The highly affordable closed-back Focal Listen costs currently $249 and is available on its official website, and most online stores, including Amazon. The…

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Corsair’s HS50 carbon stereo gaming headset is available in carbon black, green, and blue, and sports a sleek and minimalistic design. HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset has no flashy RGB LED lights or a feature-packed software. The gaming headset distinguished with its built-in 50mm extra-large neodymium magnetic drivers and noise-canceling microphone. To top everything, Corsair HS50 is compatible with multiple gaming platforms such as PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile
devices.

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Germany’s gaming peripheral brand ROCCAT launched in 2017 a high-resolution audio gaming headset that received a lot of praise in the market. The Roccat Khan Aimo 7.1 is its successor, a high-resolution RGB gaming headset that retains all its predecessor’s advantages, including a new built-in 7.1 virtual surround sound system.

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The BackBeat Go 810 is the budget successor to the company’s popular BackBeat Pro 2 SE. These headphones outperform most in their price range, and they’re half the price of noise-canceling giants like the Bose QuietComfort 35 II and the Sony WH-1000XM3. The BackBeat Go 810 shows potential, especially since…

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Everest Elite 750NC is an updated version of the Everest Elite 700, offering active noise cancellation and TruNote® technology to enhance your listening experience via auto sound calibration technology. While the headphones deliver consistent audio performance, the noise cancellation might not compare to Sony’s WH-1000XM3 or Bose 700. The Everest…

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Every time you talk about gaming headsets, you cannot neglect the famous American company HyperX, which is Kingston’s high-end gaming brand. HyperX has provided to its customer base gaming-oriented products of high-quality, including headphones. Many discerning gamers have been aware of how competitive and qualitative HyperX is in the gaming…

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Because of the ever-increasing popularity of smart devices, and an abundance of features, users’ demands for wireless headphones have also increased. With the development of Bluetooth technology and wireless codecs, there has been a Bluetooth headphone craze between headphone manufacturers. Bluetooth headphones are widely embraced because of their portability, convenience,…

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As more and more mobile phones choose to cut off the 3.5 mm headphone jack, wireless Bluetooth headset from a niche product in the past few years has quickly become many users’ needs. Microsoft’s first noise canceling headphones, the Surface Headphones, is a wireless model that supports 13 levels of noise cancellation.​

Users can freely adjust the noise level and volume a unique knob design that will enable users to freely adjust the noise level and volume.​ Concurrently, to make the headsets even more intuitive and modern, the headphones also have a built-in Cortana voice assistant.​

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People’s request for wireless noise-canceling headphones is increasing, and while most are obliged to face the noise of life and the accelerated pace of life. The familiar Sony, perhaps out of a keen understanding of the market, has added active noise cancellation to a variety of headphones, the WH-XB900N is…

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Even if you’re not a gamer, you are probably familiar with Logitech’s G series products, and any gaming peripheral that starts with G indicates that it’s a Logitech product. When playing Fornite or other First Person Shooter (FPS) game, a headset with quality sound will immerse you in the game and assure your victory. Logitech G Pro X gaming headset is one of a kind product that can achieve that performance.

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