A first of its kind from Urbanears, Slussen is the most powerful after-party weapon known to man. Slussen is the combination of pocket-sized hardware and free software that allows you to take the party with you, wherever you go. To unleash Slussen, plug the adapter into your iPhone®, iPod® or other iOS device. Connect your headphones and sound system into the adapter via the two 3.5mm jacks. Launch the app, and that’s it. With its pre-listening feature, you can ensure that the tunes are always bumping, even while preparing your next track. So you can blow the party up instead of out.
As a gamer I’m big on sound quality, and so I was stoked to be able to try out something new over the ear headphones for my everyday music. To begin, I’ll tell you that the overall sound quality of the headphone was actually quite good. They are noise cancelling which means I don’t have to blast my music to be able to hear it, especially while riding a busy subway. That said, when I feel like blasting music, the sound does not lose quality as I turn up the volume.
The headphone cord is an interesting one. While it looks pretty awesome, being a long flat piece of plastic, it has a tendency to get wrapped up in itself, severely shortening the length. Although, the best part about the cord is that it is covered in another nifty piece of plastic from the headphone jack for about an inch an a half, to protect the cord near the jack from getting too damaged. I thought this was a great idea as I’m someone who is constantly killing headphones because of that one piece of cord.
As an overall package I’m a fan of these headphones. They look awesome and they have good sound quality.
Molami Headphones were featured on Refinery 29. Check out the article HERE.
The 2012 & 2011 Red Bull Thre3style World Champions came by the warehouse to get laced with some Urbanears Zinkens, Slussen & Medis. Look for them around the world rocking parties and doing showcases for the upcoming 2013 Red Bull Thre3Style World Championships.
Check out he article here!
The Nilea trench, and Ofelia waistcoat were featured. Check it out HERE.
It’s spring and time to get some color in your wardrobe. Green is one of this season’s big color trends, so go for it guys and enjoy spring with these Minimum pieces!
Alex Liang (Kenton Magazine Editor in Chief) was given some Minimum, which he wore in two posts on his personal style site. Blue is the Hue was the first featured post, and Shades of Bright was the second.