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These Headphones Will Probably Make You More Attractive

These Headphones Will Probably Make You More Attractive

When headphones look this good, who cares how they sound? Well, me, for one. After all, unless you carry a mirror everywhere you go, you never see your headphones while you’re using them. Still, Phiaton’s Bridge MS 500 headphones just got a Red Dot award, so there might be something to them other than good looks.

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Phiaton’s Bridge Headphones Quiet Noisy Rooms With Isolated Tunes [Review]

Quiet lies within Phiaton's Bridge MS 500 headphones.

Quiet lies within Phiaton’s Bridge MS 500 headphones.

Let’s be honest—people buy $300 headphones for two reasons: they like the way they look or like the way they sound.

Bridge MS 500 Headphones by Phiaton
Category: Headphones
Works With: iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Mac
Price: $300

Phiaton knows that, which is why they put so much effort into making the Bridge MS 500 headphones look like the interior of a Italian sportscar. But for those looking for more substance, how about this: good fidelity and great sound isolation so you can hear more nuances in your music. Sound like a good recipe?

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These Phiaton Moderna Earphones Will Make Your iPhone 5 Look Even Sexier [Review]

Phiaton moderna ms 200 1

Phiaton’s new Moderna MS 200 earphones ($149) sound good and have great sound isolation, sure, but what’s more important is how good they look plugged in to your new iPhone 5.

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Double Whammy: These Phiaton Earphones Are Noise-Canceling And Wireless [Review]

Double Whammy: These Phiaton Earphones Are Noise-Canceling And Wireless [Review]

Phiaton’s PS 210s: with the included lanyard, also makes a great necklace

The Amazon ($129.00) ($129) earphones—yes, they named them all that—have all the same functionality as your white Apple earbuds; you can chat with ‘em, listen to tunes with ‘em, even control your iPhone with ‘em. But unlike your white-wired buds, they do all that wirelessly via Bluetooth, and include some sparkly noise-canceling technology that deliver audio to your ears sans a world of ambient sounds.

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