Sony 1000XM3 Complete Walkthrough: Sony’s Newest Noise Cancelling Headphones

Sony just released their new noise-canceling headphones the 1000XM3 (aka the 1000x Mark 3). Since they were kind enough to send me a pair to test out as well as explain some of the differences between the 1000XM2 and 1000XM3, I figured we should try and do a complete walkthrough on them as is the usual on this channel. If you aren’t familiar a complete walkthrough on my channel is where I try to go through every feature I can on a new device so that you guys are better informed should you be looking to buy one? With that …

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The MP3 Format Just Died

End of an era, people. The MP3, that revolutionary file format that basically made carrying more than 15 or so songs in your pocket (and started the death of the CD as well), has just been officially killed. The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, the German agency that invented the MP3 and licenses it out, has just ended its licensing program. In other words, there won’t be any new devices supporting the file format going forward. Essentially, they’ve simply admitted newer file formats have higher bit-rates with lower sizes and are just plain better than MP3s and it’s time to let the …

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Samsung Gear IconX Unboxing

Truly wireless headphones. These little earbuds are finally coming out from a variety of manufacturers and now Samsung has taken their crack at it by introducing the Gear Icon X earbuds. I’m personally quite curious to see how they sound and if they are easier to use than what I’ve been hearing from people about various other headsets like them but before we can do a review, as is protocol here on the internet, I should probably go through the specs and do an unboxing, right?   And there you go a quick unboxing and specs of these cool looking …

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7 Amazing iOS Apps for Musicians

Both in the studio and on stage, we’re seeing more and more professional musicians, songwriters, and performers adopt iOS functionality into their workflow. Without breaking the bank, some of these apps fill needs that would’ve cost a fortune just a couple of years ago; whereas other apps fill needs that you didn’t even know you had! All things considered, when it comes to crafting music digitally, we’ve certainly come a long way from the days of Mario Paint composer. Keep reading to learn more about some of the more exciting and useful music apps on the market today. Cleartune – Chromatic Tuner (iPhone and iPad) by …

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Apple’s New Streaming Music Service Unveiled

Apple often plays the tortoise in the race — slow to start, but come the end of the race, might be the one ahead. On Monday, at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Fran, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the new software they’re launching for streaming music. The service, simply named Apple Music, combines a couple of music-focused features (including Beats One and Connect) and will debut on June 30th. Beats One, also unveiled at WWDC, is a 24-hour streaming station curated by popular DJs in NYC, LA and London. (Apple purchased the Beats Music subscription service last year …

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