When it comes to 3D sound, most people either think of a home stereo system or question the fact that sound can even be three dimensional. 3D Sound Labs’ 3D audio headphones will basically make you feel like you’re fully immersed in the sound you’re listening to, whether it’s music, a videogame or a movie. Lay back with the lights out and your favorite song playing and you might even forget that you’re not at a live concert. Unlike many large headphones, these 3D headphones are lightweight and ultra soft on the ears.
Marshall’s Kilburn portable Bluetooth speaker is the perfect medley between vintage and modern. It might look vintage but it offers a crisper sound than a modern Bose. It features a classic Marshall look and lets you easily adjust the bass and treble of your music with a knob. Asides from its crystal clear sound and its sturdy, compact build, the Marshall Kilburn is renowned for its 20-hour battery life.
This highly intelligent thinking music player is your best bud when you don’t have time to throw a playlist together. It gets to know your music-listening habits incrementally in a borderline creepy (but awesome) way in order to keep your ears beyond satisfied. With unlimited access to Rdio’s millions of songs, Cone will supply you with an eternal soundtrack to your life.
If the thought of listening to music through bright, glowing earphones excites you, then these LED earphones are for you! Not only do they light up, but they light up in synch with whatever song you’re listening to. Wear these bad boys to a silent rave and you’ll be the light of the party. There’s an on and off switch so that you can turn the lights off when the lighting situation isn’t optimal, because of course there would be no other reason to turn those lights off.
When learning different songs on the guitar, tuning and re-tuning your instrument can quickly become a frustrating task for an amateur guitarist. The Roadie automatic guitar tuner is an awesome tool for perfectly tuning your guitar, banjo, or ukulele in just a few seconds. Not only does Roadie function in loud environments, it’ll also tell you when your strings need to be changed. The Roadie tuner is definitely a lazy guitar hack, but it claims to be much more accurate than the human ear and is nonetheless a very useful guitar accessory for an amateur or intermediate player.