Marshall Major IV wireless headphones offer great sound, plus 80+ hours of battery life and wireless charging – TechCrunch

Marshall’s new Major IV headphones ($149.99) combine lightweight comfort with wireless charging, and up to 80 hours of playback for an iconic headset that’s affordable and flexible. At home or on the go, these are a great option with unique features that you won’t find anywhere else in the headphone market. Basics This is the fourth iteration of Marshall’s Major on-ear wireless headphones, and they offer a number of improvements new to the lineup, including a new folding clip design that makes them even more compact when packed for travel…

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Shure’s Aonic 50 wireless noise cancelling headphones offer best-in-class audio quality – TechCrunch

The noise-cancelling over-ear headphone category is an increasingly competitive one, and consumers have never been more spoiled for choice. Shure entered the market this year with the Aonic 50, a premium-priced headset ($399) that offers active noise cancelling, Bluetooth connectivity and USB-C charging. Shure’s reputation for delivering top-quality sound is definitely part of the package, and there’s a lot more to recommend the Aonic 50 as well. Basics Shure offers the Aonic 50 in either black or brown finishes, and they have physical controls on the right ear cup for…

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Shure’s SRH1540 headphones can upgrade your home setup with quality sound and all-day comfort – TechCrunch

We’re going checking out a range of different headphones on TC this week and next as part of our ‘Headphone Week’ series, and today I’m checking out the Shure SRH1540 ($499). These aren’t new – they’ve been a stand-by among audiophiles in their price range for years now. But there’s a great reason for that: They offer fantastic sound quality and value, as well as amazing comfort and wearability. The basics The SRH1540 from Shure are closed-back headphones that provide premium sound suitable either just for people who really like…

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Apple said to be working on modular, high-end, noise-cancelling over-ear headphones – TechCrunch

Apple is said to be developing its own competitors to popular over-ear noise-cancelling headphones like those made by Bose and Sony, Bloomberg reports, but with similar technology on board to that used in the AirPod and AirPod Pro lines. These headphones would also include a design with interchangeable parts that would allow some modification with customizable accessories for specific uses like workouts and long-term wear, for instance. The prototype designs of the new headphones, which are set to potentially be released some time later this year (though timing is clearly…

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How to Use Your Headphones With the New iPhone 8 Mobile Phone

Apple announced some of its greatest phones last year, such as iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone Plus. These devices have some of the exciting features like wireless charging and high res display. When Apple released its iPhone 7 phone, it was missing headphone jack and people were wondering how they will use the upcoming iPhone 8. But the good news for the Apple fans is that the new iPhone 8 lets you plug your regular old earphones. The most famous updated feature inside all the new iPhone is related…

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