Gadget Inspector, Hero In A Headphone
Posted on Friday, April 26 @ 13:41:00 Eastern by Gadget_Inspector
Gadget Inspector, at your service. Before our favorite month of the year is over, we quickly wanted to pay tribute to a certain Channel 6 news reporter in a body-hugging yellow jumpsuit. She’s hotter than a pepperoni pizza fresh out of the oven and makes a little something extra pop out of our hard shells. This week’s episode is dedicated to her.
I am here to perform the difficult task of inspecting gadgets (and other goodies) loosely related to gaming… hence my name, duh! If you’d like to have your gadget featured here, email email@example.com.
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SMS Audio “Street by 50” Wired On-Ear Headphones Review
These days, celebrity-endorsed headphones are everywhere. They’re as much a fashion statement for some as they are a luxury for an audiophile wanting studio-quality sound from their headphones. Sound like that doesn’t come cheap, and at $179.95, believe it or not, Street by 50 is on the lower end of the price spectrum of headsets of such high quality. Good thing, though, since they’re not at all on the low end when it comes to sound.
CableKeeps Goldie & Gulp by Nice Review
This review makes me giggle. I can’t help imagining these being sold in an infomercial with a paid actor fumbling with cables, eventually getting themselves tied, and then tripping over the wire for an iPhone charger. We’ve all seen exaggerations like this before. These products aims to keep your charger and cable wrapped up and organized with a cute, fish-looking piece of plastic. It’s a cool idea, but really not a necessary product.
V-Moda Crossfade M-100 Headphones Review
It might seem backwards to praise an audio product's form up-front, but these headphones can be judged by the shell. V-Moda's top-notch product design even impacts the way you'll store these over-the-ear, noise-isolating headphones, which also come with a carabiner-equipped carrying case. The cans themselves fold up into the band, maximizing the reduction in size so throwing your M-100s in your bag and hitting the road is easy. Metal "cliqfold" hinges also mean frequent opening and closing of your headphones won't make them snap.
The M-100s also come with kevlar sheaths for all the cabling so tugging won't cause any damage. I felt like I could wear these in a massive ninja brawl and they would still come out unscathed. The package also comes with an audio-sharing cable so your Teenage Mutant Brother can hear the movie on the plane without forcing you to share the earbuds instead.
Gadget Inspector says: Go-Go. Where exactly are a ninja turtle's ears, though?
That's it for this week's episode, folks. Stay tuned for more Gadget Inspector!
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