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Bleeding Edge TV 603: Lightning vs. 3.5mm Headphones Challenge

Are Lightning headphones better than the tried and true 3.5mm jack headphone style? In this challenge, I put Lightning Headphones vs the 3.5mm headphone port to see which one sounds better. The challenge took place at YouTube Space LA as part of the YouTube NextUp event that I got to be a part of. What you see in the background is the haunted hotel stage. YouTube NextUp was an amazing experience, and I'll have a video showcasing it shortly. Back to the headphones though, Audeze currently makes the best Lightning headphones that I have found for the iPhone, but you can be sure that more will be coming from a bunch of different manufacturers.

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Bleeding Edge TV 602: Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 headphones review

The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 headphones are impressive. They come in at a relatively inexpensive price when compared to other headphones in this category, and sound fantastic. The new models are foldable, with nice stainless steel accents, and a closed-back over-ear design that does a great job at noise isolation. When ordering, be sure to select between the Android and iOS versions so you get the right ones. I think that these are the best $200 headphones you can buy right now - I explain why in my Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 headphone review. Great job Sennheiser!

My testing playlist:

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CES 2008: Monster announces Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones

Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones

Monster Cable has announced Beats, a new line of high-end headphones coming this summer. The headphones are promising to provide audiophile quality sound in a stylish set of cans. The $399 headphones have been made in partnership with Dr. Dre and other big names in the music industry, and are aiming to bring the sound of completely un-portable $5,000 sound systems to the mobile and iPhone user on the go. Check out our Beats by Dr. Dre gallery.

Beats headphones are fully iPhone compatible - they feature a longer headphone jack to slip into the , and a microphone to allow users to make and receive phone calls without the hassle doffing their headphones. is hoping to bring out a whole range of high-bitrate fans by providing iPhone compatible headphones capable of reproducing every nuance (or artifact in low bitrate audio) of the music people love.

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Gallery: CES 2008: Monster announces Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones


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