Welcome today to my review on the Sony MDR-7506. These headphones have and continue to be highly regarded among audio professionals and they’re also hugely popular with the average consumer. And for good reason considering they perform better than a lot of other headphones costing almost twice as much. However, there are some situations where these may not be the best choice so I’ll talk more about that as I get into the sound quality comfort and features of these headphones.
Not all TV’s come with Bluetooth functionality built in. Even on TV’s costing several hundred dollars, it’s not always included as a built-in feature. Fortunately there is a way to add this capability to your TV by attaching a Bluetooth transmitter to it. In this particular article, we’ll walk you through this process and also recommend a couple of the best Bluetooth transmitters currently available.
When just looking at the specs between the Apple TV 4K, the 4th Generation model and older models, it can be difficult trying to understand what those differences actually mean to you and which upgrades are something you might actually benefit from. So in this article, you’ll not only get a complete list of all the differences between these two models, but you’ll also learn what each of these features do and how they could impact your viewing experience.
Now the biggest different between the 4K model and the one before it (4th Gen Apple TV) is that the 4K model supports 4K while the previous model only supports up to 1080p.
But below you can see a complete break down of what’s the same and what’s different as well as an explanation of how those differences may or may not really affect you.
Compared to the original E7, this newer model has better sound quality, improved build quality and overall is more appealing than the original E7. And though the noise cancelation isn’t as good as Bose, the E7 Pro is a fraction of the cost but still delivers a good value for the money.
Trying to figure out what the differences are between the newer BenQ HT2050A and the older model HT2050? While, the older HT2050 is still a great choice, there are a few upgrades to the newer HT2050A that you’ll want to be aware of. You can read an explanation of the differences between the two below and decide for yourself which is the better choice for you and your situation.
In this review I’ll be reviewing the FiiO FH5 Earphones. Not only are these one of the best IEMs I’ve heard in the under $300 price range, but the FH5 represents one of the best values in an IEM at any price in the market today.
Currently this retails for $259, but you can click here to check for the current best price and availability.
Today I’ll be giving an in-dept review of the Bose Quiet Comfort 35 ii and comparing it to its predecessor, the Bose Quiet Comfort 35. Even though some of the differences are subtle, there are enough differences between the two that it warrants taking a closer look to determine which one would be the better choice for you. I’ll dedicate a section below just to comparing the differences between the two so you don’t need to read the whole article just to get that information.
I’ve listened to, enjoyed, and reviewed many headphones costing anywhere from $10 to $2,000. And although there are some aspects of these headphones that succeed, the sound quality is not what you’d expect for ANC headphones in this price range. And unless you just want an expensive pair of headphones to use for meditation, there are far better options to consider for the money.
Currently this retails for $150, but you can click here to check for the lowest price and availability.
Today I’m reviewing the SMSL DP3 DAC Wifi Player. There’s a LOT it can do, and if you’re looking for an all-in-one type DAC that can connect to a whole host of devices this may be just what you’re looking for. But like anything, there are a few potential limitations depending on your particular situation. So in this review I’ll talk about the different features, what you can expect performance wise and reasons you may want to consider something else.
Currently this retails for $279, but you can click here to check for the lowest price and availability.
Hey guys, Lance here and welcome to my review of the Ausdom ANC8 Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones. Ausdom has created some good value headphones in the past and I was excited to try one of their latest models. Overall, these headphones are certainly a fair value given their current price, but if you’re trying to get as much sound quality as possible for your money, these probably wouldn’t be the best choice. However, there are some valid reasons these headphones would be a decent choice which is what I’ll get into in this review as well.