September 4th, 2015
Posts Tagged ‘nixon watches’
NIXON HAS STEPPED INTO THE AUDIO GAME, ENTER HEADPHONES!
Nixon offers three models, the above pictured studio-type “Master Blaster“, the “Nomadic” and of course ear buds called “Wire“. Notable features of Nixon headphones include stylee faux aluminum and leather construction (the leather is real on the “Master Blasters“), stealth volume pot and detachable cord, (good if you break it as it can be replaced). The “Nomadic” and “Wire” models feature an optional mic.
I tried the Master Blasters which retail at around 200 bucks. These Headphones are substantial and comfy. The thin inconspicuous wire, unlike some stayed nicely out of my way! The firm ear surrounding leather cans did a nice job keeping out unwanted ambient noise, allowing an environment in which great sound (with a little e.q. tweaking) was easily attained. For my taste, midrange boost was required to get to get things sounding nice and warm. Lastly, I was impressed with the volume control on the right can, this proved very convenient for quick volume tweaks.
Throw on a pair of Nixon Cans, and you’ll be rocking inside and out!Thank you for visiting the Swell blog. Visit us on www.facebook.com/swell for more exclusive fan offers, giveaways and more.
If there’s an economic slowdown going on you wouldn’t know it from the hardcore partying that’s happening right now at ASR. This time around it’s all about altitude and attitude as many of San Diego’s penthouse clubs are setting the scene for world class DJs, award shows and movie premieres. If you’re in town, click here for the full rundown. Special thanks to Nixon Watches for organizing the party planner.
The Trestles toll road crashes today after the Department of Commerce upheld the California Coastal Commission’s objection to the proposed environmental nemesis of San Clemente. After years of debate and dedication from rightfully concerned residents, surfers, and environmental activists, the commission objected to the proposed project under the federal Coastal Zone Management Act on the grounds that the toll road was not consistent with the state’s coastal zone management program. Woot, woot! Read more about the Trestles Toll Road fight here.