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Can Wireless Headphones Cause Cancer?

Yeah, there is a thing about Bluetooth type of radiation, but does that mean you should freak out about your wireless earbuds? The internet has been buzzing with questions about the new tech-fad-turned-health-hazard, with reports warning that wireless headphones are a possible cause of brain cancer, including Apple's fashionable AirPods. And indeed, our attention was definitely captured by articles suggesting that the little white devices could "pump radiation into your brain" But let's look at all the evidence before we freak out too much. Those headlines you might see today seem to derive from last week's Medium post, which asked the...

Bose SoundSport Free vs. Bang and Olufsen E8 3rd generation

Bang and Olufsen E8 3.0 is the 3rd generation wireless headphone from the brand.  This high-end piece of tech comes at a big price tag that can cost your monthly car payment. Today we are going to compare it with the Bose SoundSport Free and see which is worth its price. Built The looks glossy, which fades from black from deep golden brown/bronze giving a subtle yet premium look. The sides are rubberized for firm grips  and is  rated at IPX4.  Sleek, premium and lightweight at 14 grams each, are ways to describe the sturdy Bose SoundSport Free earbuds. The ...

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 vs. Bowers and Wilkins PX7

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 is the latest from the momentum series and today we are going to compare it with the legendary Bowers and Wilkins PX7. Both are high-end headphones; so let’s find how good they are in their respective features. Physical features The cowboy-boot leather wrapped on the stainless steel headband of the is super supple and can be compared with the luxury brands like Bang & Olufsen. Metal hinges support the earcups and can adjust as per needs weighing 308 grams. Overall, 5 out 5 for built, quality, material and durability for the Sennheiser 3 headphones. Luxury is the...

Jabra Evolve 65 vs. Logitech H800

Welcome folks to another comparison of Bluetooth Wireless Headphones that connects not only to your mobile devices but also on larger media devices like PCs, smart televisions, etc. We are talking about the Jabra Evolve 65 Stereo and Logitech H800 and these are wireless headphones for TV and VoIP calling. Let’s jump right in. Aesthetics and Built The Jabra Evolve 65 Stereo is a professional headphones used in offices and feels notoriously premium. Bulky, sleek, adequate clamping force and an all-plastic body, the Evolve 65 has pleasing aesthetics. It also has a docking station for easy charging where you can just...

Bose QuietControl 30 Wireless Headphones vs Sony WI-1000x

Today, we are going to compare two premium Bluetooth neckbands - the wireless headphones and and butt them together to see which one scores the most brownie points. Bose is known for their balanced sound while Sony is often punchy-bassy-alive and premium in their build and performance. Do not forget to go over the pros and cons, at the end and make your purchase-decision easier. Build quality The Bose QuietControl 30 wireless headphones have a horseshoe design and lays flat on your neck. Built quality is sturdy and the surface is rubberized and feels premium. This prevents the neckband...

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 vs. Jabra Elite 75T

is the second generation earbuds from the brand. There is no denying that the first generation was great because they sounded excellent and were my go-to true wireless earbuds. However, they were not perfect and so we are going to review their revised version today. We will also get to see the performance of and compare it with the former here. Physical features Going over the physical features, the first and second-generation Sennheiser models look identical. They are classics with reflective metal textures but the second-generation model looks slightly smaller. The finish is ultra-premium and luxurious. Jabra was an amazing...

The Best Rechargeable Wireless Headphones in 2020

The Best Rechargeable Wireless Headphones come in all shapes and sizes, from small earbuds to chunky headphones with over-ears. All that option is fantastic, but finding the right wireless headphones to match your needs can be challenging. That's why we put together this guide to help. We've been reviewing the best rechargeable wireless headphones on the market for the past 10 years and we know one or two things about finding the right wireless pair of cans. Rechargeable wireless headphones deliver superb communication, superior audio quality, and sleek designs in a heady mix – and some even come with nifty bonuses, including...

Sony WH-CH700N vs. Audio Technica ATH M50xBT

Hey everyone! Today we are looking at a classic pair of headphones, which makes it return with Bluetooth connectivity. We are talking about the legendary Audio Technica ATH M50xBT, and will compare it against the Sony WH-CH700N wireless headphones. Let’s jump right in – Built Quality The wireless headphones are well made. Durable and made from strong plastic, the headband is wrapped in vinyl with low-profile stainless steel adjustments for a better fit. The ear cups swivel 90 degrees for storage and has comfortable earpads.  However, they are not breathable and you may experience some heating on the ears that...

Bose SoundLink II vs. Sony WH-XB900n

The SoundLink II from Bose and the WH-XB900n from Sony are both appealing pieces of accessory which makes you desire for more in life. We are going to compare the two wireless headphones and look for the best in terms of value, performance and also chart our the pros and cons. Here we go and let’s make your purchase-decision easy. Physical features With the Sony WH-XB900n, the brand has tried to bring it closer to its 1000XM3 cousin but foregoing some of the features for a lower price tag. However, the cost cutting is evident as the plastic feels hollow to...

Bose QC35ii vs. Beats Studio 3

If you are looking for a pair of over-the-head wireless headphones then the Bose QC35II and Beats studio 3 are definitely the best two options in the market. Today we look at the pros and cons of both these headphones and try to find which one scores more brownie points over the other. Comfort The Bose QC35II has lightweight earcups and fits in a comfortable position over the ears. The grip is not too tight and provides ample support to the ears while listening. This makes it extremely comfortable for using them for long periods. On the other hand, the ...

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Best Over-Ear Headphones For Working Out

It’s a beautiful spring morning, and summer is right around the corner, hence, you want to start working on that rad summer body of...

5 Best Headsets For Online Teaching

It’s 2020, the year of the global pandemic. The year where people use zoom and google meets more than a pen and a pencil,...

How Are Wireless Headphones Made?

Yes, we all love listening to loud music. Some love bobbing their heads to some old school gangster rap others like banging their heads...

Cowin E7 Pro Wireless vs Sony WH-1000XM3: The Battle

Between the Cowin E7 Pro Wireless vs. Sony WH-1000XM3: Which headphones are the best? Two immensely famous side-by-side headphones, facing off. Although each pair has...

Best Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones in 2020

Bone conduction headphones allow you to listen to music instead of through your eardrums, through the bones in your skull. This is a wonderful...