Shure has debuted its SE215m+ Special Edition Sound Isolating Earphones, blocking 37dB of outside noise while offering uncolored, artifact-free audio.
Audio-Technica has announced new on-ear ATH-AR3BT wireless headphones with Bluetooth technology, on-ear ATH-AR3iS, in-ear ATH-CKR50iS and in-ear ATH-CKR30iS models.
Blue Microphones has announced three new headphones with built-in amplifiers aimed at audio engineers and audiophiles.
Sennheiser used the CES show to introduce the latest in its Ambeo immersive sound technology. Called Smart Surround, the company debuted a pair of earphones that allows users to listen to and record 3D sound.
At CES in Las Vegas, Shure has introduced two Remote + Mic Lightning Accessory Cables feauring a premium inline DAC and stereo headphone amplifier for use with any iOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod) with a Lightning connector.
In the early days of television, audio was often called, “that noise that accompanies the video.”
That is no longer the case, especially as viewers strive for a more immersive audio experience. Along with improved picture quality, the audio needs as much attention. Viewers are accustomed to DVD-quality audio and broadcasters must strive to match it. In the case of television stations, loudness is a matter of FCC regulations.
And when it comes to monitoring audio, the choices are speakers and headphones. Most engineers understand what is required of speakers, but what about headphones? Do you know how to pick a best pair for an application? We can help.