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21 Stylish Headphones to Put on Your Wishlist

Posted: 20 Nov 2015 11:03 AM PST

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For people who cherish their time listening to music, a good headphone is something that they can’t go without. Be it for the unique looks or for the extremely smooth listening experience, these are the most creative headphone designs out there right now.

Ferrari Cavallino T350 Audio Headphones

While Ferrari are mostly known for their cars and Formula One team, there are some really great headphones that carry their famous logo on the side. And whatta you know? Not everything they put out is red, with the T350 colors and looks being exceptional, as a Ferrari and in general, giving it a old-timey feel and look. Get it for  $340.

99 Classics – Quality Wood Headphones

The 99 classics headphones are anything but generic, crafted uniquely to give them special looks and a very special sound with each wooden ear-cup of the 99 Classics is precision carved on a CNC machine and then hand finished and polished. The best way to describe them? One of a kind.

Skullcandy Knockout w/Mic 3 Headphones

The floral look of the Navigator (sibling to the Aviator) is just one of the cool things about these headphones, coming with a Mic3, which you can use to either chat up someone while hearing them perfectly or simply change your music to something more fitting. One of the better combinations of looks and sound quality out there.

Monster DNA On-Ear Headphones (White Grey)

Coming with a variety of 11 color combinations (this is the white/grey), the Monster DNA headphones combine the futuristic look with advanced noise-isolating design, really comfortable ear cushions and a dual audio input to help you share with someone the music you’re listening to. Get it for $92.46.

Monster Diamond Tears Edge On-Ear Headphones (Crystal)

 A more flashy version of the Monster headphones, which includes ControlTalk Universal Cable and Apple ControlTalk Cable, for calls through your headphones, and as the kicker you get a touring case providing stylish protection for your headphones. Available for $145.

Hunter Green Professional Headphones – LIMITED SPECIAL EDITION

Great accessories that come with it (Custom fitted storage case & FiiO E6 Fujiyama Portable Headphone Amplifier) but despite not having a design that’s too flashy or extravagant, there’s something beautiful about this set with the green and black working well together, to complement the awesome sound they help bring to your ears. Available for $179.

‘Troubadours’ Zebrawood Headphones

A beautiful combination of zebrawood and metal. They’re individually handcrafted from reclaimed manufacturing remnants which means no two pairs are alike, as each set of headphones is superior in performance, stylish in appearance and friendly to the environment. Get it for $150.

with Benefits ‘Taylor’ Headphones

 Comes in two separate colors, this one is about opulent accessorizing wrapped in leather. There’s a perfect natural sound coming from the 40mm driver all the while the memory-foam ear cushions keep things comfortable and pleasant while listening to hours of music, or just talking to someone on your phone.Get it for $199.99.

Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones with Built-In Microphone

The NeoJDX have a robotic (in a cool way) look to them by the way you can fold the whole thing to save some space while carrying, but who wants to fold them when they make you look so cool, which remind us of Arcee from Transformers. Get it for $49.99

Bluedio R+ Legend Version Bluetooth Headphones

Perfect for the strong, deep bass sensation due to the Bluedio patented PPS8 technology. It comes in three colors (Legend silver, legend blue, legend titanium), can provide up to 25 hours of continuous music time on a full charge. It also supports Micro SD card playback of WAV,FLAC,AAC,MP3 and WMA audio formats. Get it for $112.79.

Beats Solo2 Wired On-Ear Headphones – Gray

A whole other level of sound experience and slickness of looks, the Beats Solo2 delivers a special kind of clarity to its audio, very close to what the artist intended the listener to hear, probably. It’s as comfortable as you’ve ever experienced when putting on a set of headphones thanks to the ergonomically angled to complete this natural fit, with pivots for optimal comfort and sound delivery. Get it for $140.04.

Bluedio H+(Turbine) Bluetooth stereo headphone


Besides the awesome bass Bluedio are known for, it comes with ultra-long operation and carefree calling from Bluetooth 4.1. There’s also audio sharing, which allows you to connect to another H+ headphone via audio cable, sharing music with your friends. Available for $35.99


The adjustable headset and the sharp color configuration make the Flips Audio headphones an awesome thing to have, as you can turn them into a head-on boom box by flipping the cups, turning the solo experience into a social one. Get it for $99.99.

24K Over-Ear Headphones by M

Monster suggest these headphones get you as close to the sound as possible–unmatched in clarity and depth, and one cool thing that comes with it besides the exclusive, expensive design and great audio is the ControlTalk Universal, allowing you to switch between songs and incoming calls. An in-line mic features controls for Android, tablets and other devices. Available for $299.95.

Axent Wear’s Glow-in-the-Dark Headphones

If you’re looking for style that comes with a certain geeky motif, these cat-ear headphones that also light up in the dark and make a perfect companion for parties or nighttime strolls in really dark places are the one for you.

Layla Rose Gold

This design, inspired by jewlery, is made with genuine leather, handcrafted metal, and features rose gold detailing, making for a perfect combination of fashion and function due to the memory foam ear cushions angled to comfortably be worn with earrings and collapsible design allows headphones to fit in a clutch. Get it for $289.99.

Philips  CitiScape Uptown Headphones

The leathery, 60’s kind of look comes with a finely tuned 40mm drivers deliver clear and natural sound and a MusicSeal keeps your music in and all to yourself, while looking more stylish than anyone else in the vicinity. Get it for $154

Denon AH-MM400

A look that combines old with new, but they’re great beyond the looks as well. They have a flat EQ and deliver a natural tone balance which remains quite faithful to the original musical performance. Available for $399

Samsung Level Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphone 

One of the more advanced headphones on this list, coming with Smart Touch, button-free controls; S-Voice and smart commands, Ear Care notification to prevent hearing loss and 5 hours of talk/listening time while working with a Samsung Level app. Get it for $260.35

BeoPlay H6 Headphones

A leather and aluminum masterpiece which makes it pretty to watch and very comfortable to wear, with lambskin on your ears and cow leather in the head band. The sound on these is absolutely terrific with focus on a clear midrange with a balanced bass and treble performance. Available for $332.98

Aivvy Q — The World's First IoT Smart Headphones

An interesting concept which is latching on to the streaming idea and the whole thing of someone else choosing your music for you based on taste and preferences. The music starts the moment you put the headphones on, while you’re able to tap, swipe and rotate to control your music playback. Through these actions, the Aivvy Q learns more about your musical taste and it also remembers where and when you took these actions.

Get it for $299.00

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Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar Brings String Instruments to the 21st Century

Posted: 20 Nov 2015 11:02 AM PST

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Musicians who think that string instruments could use a modern touch should definitely check out the Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar that’s available via Walyou Deals at a special price.

Made by Zivix, an American start-up based in Golden Valley, MN, the Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar can function like a conventional guitar, enabling you to apply vibrato, bend strings, or even fingerpick. However, should you decide that the classical guitar sound is a bit too bland for your or your band, you can easily connect this device with Apple music apps and software.

Two of the main advantages of the Jamstik are its light weight and small dimensions. At 16.4″L x 3.5″W x 1.8″D and 1 lb, 9 oz in weight, the smart guitar is an instrument you can take with you anywhare. The 3.6v Lithium replaceable and rechargeable battery also contributes to the device’s portability, since it allows you to play anywhere for up to 8 hours.

Setting up the Jamstik isn’t difficult at all, as it doesn’t require any tuning. Combine that with its extreme portability and you’ll realize just how convenient this smart guitar really is.

Jamstik comes with some quality teaching software that was also developed by its creators. This means that it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a guitar player who has been familiar with string instruments for decades. All-level guitar players of all ages could learn to have fun with it.

Infrared light technology enables guitar players to see their hands while using the Jamstik. That will lead to better coordination in the future, not to mention the cool effect.

As far as compatibility is concerned, the Jamstik can be paired with Apple devices running iOS 7.0 or later (iPad 2 or later, iPhone 4S or later, iPod Touch 5th Gen or later), or Mac OS X 10.6 or later.

The package includes the Jamstik itself, an USB charging cable, an adjustable guitar strap, a rechargeable battery, 2 guitar picks and 3 downloadable iOS apps, specifically jamStik Connect, jamTutor & jamMix. The following video should give you a pretty good idea about how the Jamstik and the companion software look and work in real life.

Besides JamTutor and JamMix, the smart guitar is available with literally hundres of iOS MIDI-capable apps such as GarageBand, which is Apple’s flagship music production app.

If you decide to buy yourself a Jamstik Wireless Smart Guitar within the next four days, Walyou Deals offers it for $149.99, which is 40% of the original price. Referring a friend can get you $10, so that will lower the price even more. The product benefits from free shipping in continental US.

Feel free to also browse the other categories, as Walyou Deals features many incredible items at heavily discounted prices that could prove useful not only to modern musicians, but to geeks, in general. The Jamstik wireless smart guitar could make an excelent Christmas present, but in case it’s too expensive for your budget, you might find something else in our store.

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Juvo Takes Sleep Monitoring to an Extreme

Posted: 19 Nov 2015 12:42 PM PST

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Every breath you take, every move you make, the Juvo sleep tracker will be watching you. With its unprecedented accuracy and smart home integration, this device takes sleep monitoring to a whole new level.

Juvo Labs, the Singapore-based company behind this sleep tracker, figured out that relying just on accelerometers to track sleep patterns simply won’t do it. According to its makers, Juvo is so accurate that it can track even your slightest movements 100 times a second. Since it needs to be placed under the mattress, it’s a lot more convenient to use than wrist-worn sleep monitors.

“The sensor technology is fiber optic,” explained company founder Toi Ngee in an interview with Gizmag. “So there’s a LED in the bedside unit that emits normal light that passes through the cable to the sensor under the mat. We then measure the amount of light lost within the mat a hundred times a second to extract out vitals such as movement, breathing etc. Therefore, there’s absolutely no radiation and even electricity from the sensor under the mat.”

The tracker even comes with a white noise machine that makes sure that you fall asleep quickly. Juvo really turns sleeping into a whole new experience, as it makes use of smart lights to wake you up when you’re rested. On top of that, it can be integrated with smart home devices such as Nest thermostats.

As mentioned before, Juvo Labs thought that for a precise sleep tracker, three-way accelerometers simply won’t do. More modern sleep monitors also include heartbeat monitors and skin temperature sensors, but that requires you to wear them around your wrist, fact that makes them uncomfortable during the night. Smart home integration and a entire host of sensors take Juvo to a new level, not to mention that its makers have also developed a software layer for data analysis.

The companion app collects the data recorded by the sensors and provides tips on how to make your sleep even better. Some of the advices you might get include “You achieve deep sleep fastest when your room temperature is set to 74° F (23° C)” or “You are typically in light sleep at 7 am, consider setting your alarm around that time.” That’s definitely something you don’t see when using sleep trackers developed by other companies. It’s not a mistake to consider the companion app one of Juvo’s most important selling points.

Juvo is currently featured on Indiegogo, where its creators are trying to raise $50,000 within the next 37 days, so that the sleep tracker makes it to mass production. Early birds can get it for as little as $149, while regular backers will have to pledge $159 or more to get their Juvo sleep tracker in April 2016. Various bundles are availables, including a distributor pack with 50 monitors selling for $6,000, in case you want to make sure that the entire neighborhood sleeps well.

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[via GizMag]

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