Jays is back at it again, this time with a new pair of closed-back on-ear headphones, which the company boasts as its most premium set of cans yet. They certainly look the part. The u-JAYS are stunningly minimalist, clean and timeless in design, boasting Jays signature black colorway with ultra modern aesthetics and contrasting metal accents. Priced in at $230, the u-JAYS promise extreme prolong wearability using a lightweight silicone-skinned headband with stainless steel reinforcement for increased durability as well as a balanced fit with minimized clamping force over the ears. Viscoelastic on-ear cushions help create a tight fitting seal by conforming to the shape of the wearer's ears, and are said to help improve sound quality and minimize sound leakage. Sounds intriguing, but as always, we'll be the judge of all that. So be sure to check out our full and in-depth review of the u-Jays down below!Read More
Nocs continues to impress us with yet another new offering that is extending the Swedish line of solid in-ear headphones so called the NS600 Crush. And boy are they looking fine as fine can be. We expect no less coming from the land that gave us Spotify, Abba, IKEA, Absolut, blondacious girls and our most favorite meatballs. That about covers it I think. Aside from that, Nocs has a knack for numbering its headphones in a series of ascending numbers. The higher the number, the more premium your audio experience will get apparently.
Nocs' latest NS600 Crush carry a dual dynamic driver setup that can pump out sound said to be comparable to a set of full fledged headphones - if not better. Our full review awaits you on the other side!Read More