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BMW-Inspired Headphones? Now That’ll Cost Ya

Have you ever wondered what military-grade headphones are like? Well, we’ve got something a little more stylish than your typical army cans. Audio expert, Sennheiser has teamed up with BMW Designworks USA to bring their S1 Digital general aviation headset.

As it sounds, these headphones were made for pilots to protect their ears during takeoff, and the tech ‘examines’ the cockpit’s recent noise levels to ‘better understand’ how much to eliminate during all phases of flight.

The cans themselves are absolutely gorgeous, and they look so comfortable, you’d wonder if a celebrity would slam down the dough for a pair of these. I’d have to admit though, it’d be funny to see a music producer rocking these.

The Breakdown On Music Streaming Service, Spotify

Spotify is a huge music streaming service that just launched here in the U.S. after much success abroad. The music is composed of underground and mainstream labels and brings the best of both worlds.

It differs from Pandora (Internet Radio Station) in a number of ways. Firstly, you can freely search for a song out of a database of 15 million tracks, rather than randomly listen and hope for a song you like to pop up, as how Pandora currently works.

Pioneer’s Water-Resistant Buds Keep You Plugged In

Ever wanted to wash the ear wax off your ear buds but didn’t want to risk ruining them? Well, if you’re one of those people who enjoy clean earphones prior to insertion, you might be interested in these Pioneer SE-CL331 ear buds. The earphones come in a wide variety of colors and are great for the OCD-type.

If you haven’t guessed yet, they’re water resistant, so feel free to take your next bath, plugged in. The earphones rock an IPX7 protection rating and can be submerged under water up to one meter deep.

Awesome New Xbox360 Gaming Headsets

I think it is safe to say that the Xbox360 is here to stay. After Microsoft proudly noted that 40% of Xbox360 use is for non-gaming purposes (such as using Hulu plus or Netflix), and the recent mention of Halo 4 due for the 2012 holidays, I think it’s safe to expect the next-generation Xbox to arrive sometime in 2013.

I might be wrong on this, but as you can see from Windows 8 leaks, Microsoft isn’t too good about keeping the clamp on its work, and I am sure we would have heard mention of the next-generation Xbox by now, if there were one.