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ET Deals: $30 off Cowin E-7 Active Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Need a new pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones? These Cowin E7s on Amazon will definitely pique your interest. Not only do they enjoy a four-star average with more than 5,000 reviews on Amazon, but you can snag them at a $ 30 discount with today’s coupon in play. • Cowin E7 Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones for $ 39.99 (List price: $ 69.99 – Coupon code: 9H9778YO) So, what do these headphones from Cowin have to ...

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CES 2017 audio roundup: planar magnetic headphones, custom DACs, and thundering bass

LAS VEGAS — As usual, CES 2017 brings together a panoply of technologies under many vast roofs. Audio gear has always been a huge part of the show, now celebrating its 50th year. While “traditional” audio of the high-end variety – that of separate source components, turntables, receivers, amplifiers, and speakers — are still well-represented at CES, at the lower end of the market there’s been a transition to more integrated systems oriented around sourcing content from smartphones, tablets, and computers. Consumers are increasingly moving to simpler, wireless devices that can ...

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Bose unveils its first wireless noise-canceling headphones, the QuietComfort 35

After more than a decade of QuietComfort headphones, Bose has unveiled the flagship QuietComfort 35, the successor to the wired QC25 and the first version that’s wireless and contains active noise-canceling circuitry. Bose wasn’t the first to do this, with AKG, Sony, Sennheiser, and Phiaton all beating the company to the punch. But Bose is arguably the most recognizable name in noise canceling, and has held out on releasing a wireless version for a long time (although it has released wireless headphones without noise cancellation before). The around-the-ear QC35 employs ...

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This gadget makes your $10 headphones sound like $200 headphones

What if those lame EarPods that Apple included with your iPhone could sound like top-of-the-line headphones? I’m no audiophile, but even I can hear a clear difference between cheap headphones and high-quality headphones. That is, until I plugged my crappy headphones into the new BoomStick. A tiny $ 99 gizmo, the BoomStick plugs into your headphone jack, and you plug your headphones into the BoomStick. Turn it on, and like magic, your headphones’ quality soars dramatically. In a few weeks of testing, I found that the BoomStick made a pair ...

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