The Nexus 7 speakers are OK, but most of us will be plugging a pair of headphones into our tablets, or, failing that a pair of external speakers.
In this day and age headphones come in a whole range of shapes and sizes, and more recently manufacturers have been cashing in on the trend for headphones that double as a fashion accessory. We take a look at a few of the options.
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Nexus 7 Headphones
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The Nexus 7 has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, this means that any normal headphones made for iPods or Walkmans (spot the 80’s kid) should work no problems.
Premium over the ear headphones have become very popular over the last few years, we seem to all want the best quality sound coming from our tablets.
Personally I still prefer the less conspicuous in-ear buds when I’m out and about round town.
Beats by Dr Dre
The ‘Beats’ brand from Dr Dre has undeniably shaken up the headphone market.
Seen on the heads of many a celebrity and more recently the headphones of choice at the Olympic games, these are the go to headphones brand of the moment:
In Ear Headphones
And if you prefer in ear headphones, the Sennheiser range are worth a look:
These are the real deal, heavy, over ear-head phones that will deliver a booming sound that has to be heard to be believed. They sound utterly amazing, and for music – if you like electronic, or anything vaguely urban – they are perfect.
*please note that these cables are chosen with the assistance of Amazon’s product search engine, for more personal recommendations feel free to start a thread in the forum.More accessories for Nexus 7 Accessories
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