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SOL REPUBLIC Tracks on-ear headphones were engineered from the ground up to sound incredible, feel comfortable, be virtually indestructible, and sets itself apart from the competition by being totally customizable. In this episode we open up the SOL REPUBLIC Tracks on-ear headphones and give you an up-close look at how they work. As you'll see, the headphone design is a first as it pertains to how the ear cups and band work together, allowing you to switch up the colors and cups easily, customizing things to your own personal liking. You can pick up a pair of SOL REPUBLIC Tracks headphones on Amazon.

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In this episode we give you a look at the Beats Pro headphones, from the Beats by Dr. Dre line of audio gear. The Beats Pro are high-performance headphones that come in both black and white, with comfortable ear cushions that also offer great passive sound isolation. They're tuned for use in recording studios, clubs, and performance venues, and have a unique feature that allows you to flip up the ear cups for easy monitoring of the outside environment. You can pick them up for $399.

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In this episode we open up the Sonos PLAY:3, the latest wireless Hi-Fi speaker system from Sonos. The PLAY:3 is the smallest wireless speaker system that Sonos offers, allowing you to plug it in and set it up just about anywhere, but still getting big sound. You can pair two of them together for a wide stereo sound stage, and you can also turn it vertical and it will automatically go into mono sound mode. We open up the PLAY:3 and show you how it looks - be on the lookout for our PLAY:3 review over on Bleeding Edge TV!

You can get the Sonos PLAY:3 now for $299.

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 brought the click wheel back to the iPod shuffle in the sixth generation of the product, and we've got one here to give you a look. The shuffle looks similar in size to the new touchscreen iPod nano as well, so we give you a quick size comparison between the two iPods to give you a look at the differences in size. You can pick up the iPod shuffle now for $59 from Apple.

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completely redesigned the for the 2010 holiday season, eliminating the click wheel altogether, opting instead for a touchscreen device that is almost as small as the iPod shuffle. We got our hands on the multi-touch orange iPod nano and give you a look at it in this episode.

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iPod touch 2010 packaging

When announced the Retina display packing, FaceTime rocking iPod touch 2010 model, we knew this thing was gonna be a hit. We’re currently hard at work on our iPod touch review, but in the meantime we’ve snapped a bunch of pics of what’s gotta be the best looking iPod touch to date. Seriously, this thing is thin to the point of ridiculousness. Obviously with the Retina display, the screen looks sharp, and you also gain camera on both the front and back of the unit. Take a gander at the gallery.

You can pick up an iPod touch from Apple.

Gallery: iPod touch 2010 unboxing


The Mikey Professional iPod Recorder is a simple mic that connects to the dock connector of an iPod classic, iPod touch, or iPod nano. Unofficially, it may also support the iPhone as well, which we will test out and put into a future episode of Bleeding Edge TV. In the meantime, check out this unboxing video of the Mikey, a product of Blue Microphones, as we give you an up-close look at the product.

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Zune HD box front

That’s right, y’all. It’s day, and Microsoft’s newest portable PMP is ready to make its debut. Of course, we’ve got your hook-up, and have put together an unboxing gallery looking at the Zune HD, as well as everything else in the box. We must say, we were definitely stoked about this. For gadget lovers and lusters, the Zune HD is an adrenaline rush, what with its thin profile and gorgeous screen. Be sure to check out the full Zune HD unboxing gallery for all the goods.

Gallery: Zune HD unboxing

We will of course have a Zune HD review coming for you as well, but since Microsoft opted to give us review units that wouldn’t work until the software update was available, that’ll have to wait a bit. We don’t wanna go singing the praises of (or totally trashing) a device until we’ve had some legitimate time to play with it while fully functional, thank you very much. But hey, if you like the pictures, then be sure to also check out our Zune HD size comparison gallery as well.

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Gallery: Zune HD unboxing gallery


iPod shuffle Special Edition upright

You know that new that Apple was gushing over during their “” event? We were able to get our hands on one of the stainless steel beauties, and have given it our gallery treatment. If you’re interested in an inexpensive iPod that can hold a couple thousand songs and keeps a low profile, this might be the one for you. Check it out, it’s definitely slick.

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Gallery: iPod shuffle Special Edition stainless steel gallery


Beats by Dr. Dre Tour earbuds inner box

So, by now you know we are big fans of the headphones, as we’ve talked about them quite extensively. The over-the-ear cans are just very good, and we also appreciate the look. Up next for the line, though, are the Beats Tour edition. The difference? While the Beats Studio headphones went over the ear, the Beats Tour headphones are actually earbuds, meant to go in your ear (obviously.) We’ve got a pair of the new Beats Tour headphones here, and we are putting them to the test. We’ll hit you with a review in a bit, but for now, we’ve snapped a bunch of photos to show them off. Check them out in our Beats Tour unboxing gallery.

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Gallery: Beats by Dr. Dre Tour earbuds unboxing gallery


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