In today's blog I review two different sets of Monster iSport In-Ear Sound Isolating Bluetooth Headphones. These headphones fall into different price points, but they do have a lot in common and were both designed for an active lifestyle. If you're an active person and are tired of flimsy headphone sets that short out from a bit of sweat, or simply can't handle the shock / impact of your exercise regimen, read on to learn all about these high performance phones. You may just find a set of sports headphones that can finally keep up with you!
Boasting a revolutionary system dubbed "Pure Monster Sound," Monster is quickly proving that they're more than just a pretty face that you've gotten used to for your non-mobile electronic needs around the house. The DNA Pro Headphones are a set that look to continue to change that stigma. How do these sleek looking headphones stack up against modern music and poorly mastered classic rock? Click on to find out.
Anyone who makes sports and athletics a part of their life understands that not all headphones are created equal. When you’re running, jumping, hiking, racketing, rowing, or engaging in any other physical activity, your requirements are simple – you want sweat-proof headphones that deliver quality sound and in-ear staying power, which are the same criteria on which Monster’s line of iSport® headphones are based.
Last week, I tested three different models from the iSport line – Strive™, Intensity™, and Victory™.
Working out and music go together like peanut butter and jelly. Milk and cookies. Wine and cheese. So it goes without saying that a decent set of headphones is integral to a quality workout. But what makes headphones “decent” insofar as working out is concerned? As someone who literally will not workout unless I have music (I’ve been known to get to the gym, change, and then bail when I see I’ve left my headphones at home), I believe “decent” equals comfort, sound quality, and of course, staying power – there is nothing worse that sweating your headphones right out of your ears. With those three main criteria in mind, here are my top five picks:
Monster is taking a step into the gaming headset market with a powerful ally: Electronic Arts. Announced in January, the Monster Game MVP Carbon On-Ear Headphones are set to arrive at Best Buy in April. Plug-In had the chance to review the headset, which boasts the ability to be used on any number of devices. Come check it out.
Last week I blogged about a few key technological devices that can help take a rustic camping trip from good to great. This week, since the sun is still shining on the west coast (shocking, I know), I thought it was fitting to highlight a few additional devices for those of us who are planning a summertime road trip sometime in the near future.
Ok first, let’s be honest with each other. Road trips almost always start out as fabulous ideas where everything goes off without a hitch – everyone gets along, and there are no breakdowns (car, emotional, or otherwise). Whether the plan is to head out with a handful of your closest friends or to pack the kidlets up in the family van, the promise of extraordinary memories is always a motivating road trip factor. You know, the kind of memories you want to capture via scrapbook if you ever have time; the kind that will make for magical storytelling in years to come; the kind that spark jealousy in all those who were unfortunate not to have been able to accompany you.
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We all love taking our music library with us wherever we go. Whether I’m out for a morning jog or soaking up some sun on the beach, I’m always plugged into my iPod or smartphone enjoying my tunes. But your portable music player is only a part of the experience. Getting the most out of our music with good sound quality is equally important; which is why having the right headphones is essential.
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Last week TechLinz and I hit up the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to cover all the upcoming tech trends and cool devices you can expect to see coming out this year. We had our fair share of celebrity sightings and exciting moments as some of our favorite brands unveiled new innovations and products sure to get the gadget world buzzing. If you missed any of our coverage, here’s a recap of our blog posts, video interviews, product reviews, photos and more!
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Monster CEO Noel Lee, aka ‘Head Monster’, took to the stage this morning bursting with enthusiasm before delivering a long list of exciting new product announcements for 2012. Check out this post for a complete download of what to expect from Monster this year.
With Christmas only 35 days away, it’s time to get a jump on your holiday shopping. But with so many people on your list, it can be hard to find something that’s perfect for everyone. Don’t worry though, Best Buy has you covered with their annual listing of Favourite things and the handy Top gifts under $100.
Over the years I’ve realized that September is very similar to January. Students tend to start a new school year packed with resolutions of eating right, studying hard and most importantly, keeping fit. However, by the time October starts, the motivation starts to wane. Need help staying on track? Some of these gadgets might help!
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