If Your Child Is Going To Be Annoying As Hell, He Should At Least Be Super Hardcore About It [VIDEO]
And here you thought your years as a heavy metal groupie were behind you. Little did you know you gave birth to the spawn of…
Summer is in full gear, meaning pool parties, beaches, barbecues. Since we all know that water and sand destroy every pi…
There’s three things a good pair of headphones better do: seal off the outside; have a dynamic range (i.e. make your stolen MP3s sound like crap); and fit well enough so that you can wear them for hours. Courtesy of good padding, custom paired titanium plated drivers, a 10Hz-20 kHz range and sensible adjustment methods, these Fanny Wang on-ear headphones do it all. If you're looking for a pair of headphones noticeably lacking a rapper's name on them, check these out after the jump!
COED was lucky enough to receive an invite to an exclusive Beats By Dre preview event called Summer Soundoff. There weren't too many details given in the invite, but we were promised "a day of sound, style and serious music." What we got was that and much more. Check out our recap of the event and a review of the Pro Model headphones after the jump.
Headphones are supposed to let you listen without all the 'blah blah' that's going on around you, but like hell you’re going to lug around one of those big-assed headphones that make you look like a geek on steroids when wearing them. Enter the affordable Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23, an affordable in-ear bud that has a great noise-cancellation system.
With its hard, murderous bass and insane highs and lows, dubstep really could be the low down, dirtiest genre of music out there. I know from personal experience, as it's the reason for my sudden entry into puberty. The guys in this video seem to understand the power of dubstep after they pick up what appears to be a simple pair of headphones. By the way, the song you hear in the video is "Louder"- DJ Fresh (Doctor P & Flux Pavilion Remix). Check it out after the jump!
The music scene can be a rough place for new, up-and-coming bands trying to get some exposure in a world that's already over-saturated with other artists vying for the same goal. With a lack of outlets to do so, many bands lose the ambition to keep pushing on and call the quits on their musical journey. Wicked Audio - an industry leader in headphone manufacturing and design - has heard the pleas of the despondent and have created a revolutionary new platform on Facebook that allows bands to get their moment in the spotlight - WCKD Radio. Take a listen after the jump!
February 14th, 2011 is Monday for the majority of us, but for many it's Valentine's Day, our
leastfavorite holiday! If you're still pondering on what to get your boo, side piece, wifey, or the chick you just met, don't worry we've got you covered! Flowers, chocolates, and jewelry have been the norm for centuries. Why not go flip mode squad and think outside the box? Check out our list of the best valentine's day gifts for girls after the jump!
Empire Brands keeps punching out amazing listening devices like a crack-addled mom upping her kid count for the welfare check. Once again, they've managed to intensify our listening pleasure with comfort, quality, and style (unlike the crack-addled mom, whose screaming children in Wal-Mart make us wish we had brought the headphones with us).
If you're still using the earbuds that came with your iPod, throw them away. Yes, right now. Wicked Audio has developed something insanely better in their series of Wicked Empire listening devices. In five stylish design, these earbuds make anything else look like newb-wear. Take your pick: Maiden, Lucky, Knight, Bones, or Ace. Even just the names make you want to punch the dancing iPod silhouettes and hand them a pair of Empire buds.
When it ain’t broke, you don’t fix it. And when you’ve got noise-canceling headphones that take their job seriously, why bother updating them? So you don’t - instead you drop another QuietComfort sibling onto the line and reduce even more noise across even more frequencies bothering your ears. And you call it “QC15.”
Strap on your ass-kicking boots and get ready to roll like a 10-inch tongued rockstar with the Gene Simmons axe controll…