Audeze LCD2

Christmas is coming and here I go again this year with my wish list. Though every year, that lame St. Nick never delivers what I want.  But that won’t stop me, I plan to post more of my wish lists in the coming weeks here at Retrenders. First on the list are these gorgeous Audeze LCD2 headphones with Lambskin leather cushions, Rosewood earcups, and a planar magnetic driver.  What else more can I ask for in a headphone?

MSRP:  $995.00USD

For more details, go to Audeze LCD2 – Bamboo.


Recyclable Headphones: Hoomia Bon 5

Are you still on the green tech kick for 2012?  How about environmentally friendly headphones using bamboo and recyclable?  Taiwanese company Hoomia launches these nifty Bon 5 series headphones.

MSRP:  $38.00USD

Source:  Dzone – Hoomia Bon 5.


Sol Republic x Deadmau5 = Sexy Headphones

EDM star Deadmau5 collaborates with headphone maker Sol Republic.  These funky fresh headphones were designed by artist Joshua Davis and the end result is the Deadmau5 Tracks HD On-Ear headphones.

MSRP:  $149.99USD

For more info, go to:  Sol Republic x Deadmau5.

Wanna hear some Deadmau5? Here’s a recent selection – “Professional Griefers” feat. Gerard Way:

Klipsch Image S4i Rugged

Klipsch is re-introducing their s4i line by making it more durable and giving it some colors.  There are lots of color to choose from (I actually like the burgundy ones). They are also waterproofing it which is great for any outdoor sporting activities.

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Bayan Audio 7 iPod Speaker Dock

Here’s a nice little system to dock your iPhone – the Bayan Audio 7. It has an 8″ woofer with 120W of power which is loud enough for any room. It can also charge and play any Apple devices. The only problem – it’s currently only available in England. Hopefully it makes it’s way here in the States.

For more info on this cool iPod speaker dock, go to:  Bayan Audio 7 iPod Speaker Dock.

Sol Republic Tracks

Are you looking for nifty headphones on a budget with good audio quality?  DJ Steve Aoki likes using Sol Republic Tracks.  The Beats alternative.

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Turn Soda Cans into Speakers

You just finished drinking your can of beer.  Instead of crushing it and throwing it away, why don’t you turn the empty can into a speaker?  Trash Amps uses old soda and beer cans as portable speakers.

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