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Rock out and Win $500! vPulse Photo Contest

We’re overwhelmed by the positive responses to our very first foray into mobile audio, the vPulse in-ear headphones. From customer vPulse reviews to professional vPulse reviews, it seems like we’re on the right track. While the details of our upcoming projects are still under wraps, we can say that more exciting things are in the works.

Since so many of you love the vPulse, we want to see how you rock it. Velodyne is offering a $500 cash prize for the best user-submitted photo of someone wearing the vPulse in a way that makes us go, “Wow!!” We want to see you guys get crazy for the camera. You can submit your photo via our Facebook Contest app any time between now and the end of April. After that, a panel of Velodyne judges will select finalists. Once our finalists have been announced, the public will have a chance to vote and decide which wild and crazy photo deserves the $500 grand prize.

 

If you’re interested in taking your shot at the cash, have a look at our Rock Out and Win 500! vPulse Photo Contest Details. Submit your photo using the Facebook Contest app.

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March 2012 Velodyne.com event: Buy an Impact 10 and a set of vPulse is included

There’s a spring in our step at Velodyne headquarters. The weather is getting warmer, the sun is shining, and the fresh March air is invigorating. We’re passing on the good mood to Velodyne fans with not one, but TWO events going on through the month of March. In addition to the two-month vPulse photo contest, we’re including a very special gift with your purchase of an Impact-10: a set of vPulse in the color of your choosing! (Limit one per household; read promotion details.)

 

Has spring sprung in your neck of the woods yet?

 

Admin note: This promotion is no longer in effect. Please visit Velodyne.com to learn about current promotions.

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WiConnect System: About.com’s Product of the Week

The WiConnect system is About.com‘s Product of the Week!

The WiConnect System allows any subwoofer to receive audio input wirelessly, minimizing the need for excessive wiring and cables. With a range of up to 50 ft, it allows for placement flexibility so you can get the best out of your subwoofer.

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“What subwoofer should I get?”

The ultimate question in the search for the perfect sound system is a pretty broad one: “What subwoofer should I get?” It can be a little overwhelming to find the right subwoofer for your specific needs. There are many factors to consider, from placement flexibility to budget to the size of your listening room. In order to help you decide which Velodyne subwoofer is most suited to your needs, we’re proud to present the new and improved What Subwoofer to Buy function on Velodyne.com. To take advantage of this feature, simply take the short quiz to pinpoint the perfect sub for your needs.

 

We’re continually making improvements to make your online experience with us easy and informative. If there are any other functions you’d like to see, we’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Additional [%] off Sale Items until Friday, February 24th

Happy President’s day, one and all! We’re excited to offer an extra [%] off sale items at Velodyne.com through this Friday, February 24th. Use coupon code PREZ15 in your cart to take advantage of this offer. Please note that restrictions apply; see promotion details.

Admin note: This promotion is no longer in effect. Please visit Velodyne.com to learn about current promotions.

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Infographic: Fun Facts About The Velodyne Digital Drive Plus 18 (DD-18+)

Ever wanted to know some unique and fun facts about Velodyne subwoofers? We put together some really creative facts into an infograph for you to be amused and amazed by. For instance, are you aware how much the Digital Drive Plus 18 actually weighs? Or how much the internal pieces weigh? Its pretty interesting- hope you enjoy and feel free to share it on your site.

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vPulse Review and Specials


Happy Velodyne’s Day, everyone! We’re still celebrating with an extra-special promo: [promotion] Head on over to Velodyne.com, add 2 sets of vPulse to your cart, enter the promo code BEMYVELODYNE, and [promotion]. Tomorrow’s the last day for this event, so don’t miss out if you’ve been eyeing these in-ear headphones.

Admin note: This promotion is no longer in effect. Please visit Velodyne.com to learn about current promotions.

If you want to learn a little more about the vPulse, TechKings has an in-depth review of the vPulse. Make sure to click through to all three pages to see what they have to say. Here’s a preview:

Velodyne’s first attempt at in-ear headphones was a success: prominent bass response while maintaining clarity over the entire frequency range. A very durable yet stylish aluminum design coupled with flatwire ‘vPulse’ cord technology ensure the headphones will last a lifetime. [...] I look forward to the next line of ear buds and I can’t wait to see what features Velodyne will come up with in the future.” Read more…

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Be Our Velodyne! vPulse special at Velodyne.com


Love is in the air at Velodyne! To celebrate the most romantic of holidays, Velodyne.com is offering two sets of vPulse in-ear headphones for the price of one–so you’ll have a pair for yourself and one for someone you love. Just put two units of vPulse in your cart (any colors), go to your shopping cart, and enter promo code BEMYVELODYNE before checkout to take advantage of this event. Unlike true love, this promotion won’t last forever; the promo code expires after February 15th.

 

Selected promo details (see promotion detail page for more):

Limit one free pair of vPulse per household.

Cannot be combined with any other discounts or offers; this promotion only applies to vPulse headphones purchased at full retail price.

Offer valid only on orders placed February 6th through February 15th (PST).

 

Admin note: This promotion is no longer in effect. Please visit Velodyne.com to learn about current promotions.

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Types of Headphones: An Overview

There are a lot of terms to describe different kinds of headphones: Bluetooth, noise canceling, in-ear, earbuds, earphones, on-ear, over-ear, studio…and sometimes it’s hard to keep track of what each of them really mean. That’s why we’ve assembled a short glossary of terms to help you keep them all straight! Without further ado:

 

What is Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a wireless technology that connects portable devices using short-length radio waves.

Bluetooth headphones are often used with stereo Bluetooth-ready phones & computers. Bluetooth is a relatively short-range transmission method, allowing connection between devices up to about 30 feet apart. Some wireless headphones, however, can transmit longer distances and can be used anywhere in the home or office.

In-Ear or Ear Bud Headphones

The vPulse in-ear headphones from Velodyne are compatible with most iDevices, allowing you to easily switch between calls and music.

In-ear headphones offer great sound in a small, lightweight, and portable package. They are excellent for on-the-go cell phone and music listening.

In-ear headphones (also called in-ear monitors, IEM, earphones, ear canal headphones, ear buds, and canal-phones) are small earphones that fit into and seal the ear canal. In-ear headphones are commonly used by pro performers to monitor sound mixes; this prevents possible feedback from stage monitors and isolates the artist from audience noise.

The Velodyne vPulse in-ear headphones fit snug in the ear canal and thus provide the best isolation and reduction of ambient noise. In-ear headphones help to ensure safe listening levels since they block ambient sounds so thoroughly you won’t have to turn the music up loud just to overcome noisy environments. The vPulse come with a variety of different sizes / types of eartip sleeves; it’s important to experiment to find the tip that works best for you. To get solid bass from in-ear headphones it is CRITICAL that you have a securely tight eartip seal within your ear canal. The Velodyne in-ear headphones, like most in-ear headphones, are efficient enough to work well directly out of an iPod or portable player without necessitating a headphone amp.

About Studio Headphones

Studio headphones fit comfortably over your ear for an immersive listening experience.

Studio headphones are full size headphones which fit completely around the ear for a rich and sensual sound experience.

Full size headphones may be open-back, closed, wireless or noise-canceling types. Generally speaking, full size headphones are the most comfortable to wear for listening around the home or office, but they are often too large for portable use.  Some are easily powered and will reach satisfactory volume and sound quality direct from an iPod/iPhone, computer or portable player without the need for a headphone amp. Studio headphones will typically fit all the way around the ear (circumaural) and work best with home stereo equipment and/or headphone amps. All professional, high-end and audiophile full size headphones should be driven with a dedicated headphone amplifier for best acoustic performance.

What are Closed Headphones?

Closed headphones, aka sealed or closed-back headphones, have an enclosed, non-vented earpiece to most effectively block out ambient noise.  Closed headphones are often used by DJs.

Closed headphones, also known as sealed headphones, have a solid-backed earcup construction preventing noise from leaking into or out of the headphone. Closed headphones block ambient noise and also prevent those nearby from hearing your music. Closed-back designs may be either full size (circumaural) or earpad (supra-aural) types, and all noise canceling headphones are also closed-back.  Audio professionals such as DJs and location recordists — and also portable listeners — will often choose closed headphones. The sound quality of closed cans has continuously improved in recent years and some can now compete directly with the top open-back headphones.

About On-Ear Headphones

Also known as ‘supra-aural’ headphones, on-ear headphones have earpieces that will gently rest on the earlobes.

Earpad — or ‘on-ear’ — headphones are available in open, closed, and noise canceling types, and can vary greatly in size.    On-ear headphones come in both open and closed-back earcup designs.  They usually have a standard over-the-head headband (some fold for compact transport or storage), but earpad headphones can also be behind the neck or clip-on types as well. Closed back or sealed earpad headphones can isolate from some mild ambient noise, but typically not as well as closed-back studio, full size headphones.

The Headset

This Bluetooth headset allows you to talk hands-free.

Headset headphones let you  talk while you listen with a built-in microphone.  Compatible with iPhones & other cell phones, headsets include all types of headphones including Bluetooth, wired, full-size, and earbud style.

Headsets are designed to let you listen AND talk, and are commonly used with cell phones. There are many different types of headsets: wired mono (one earpiece) and stereo (two earpieces) headsets, earpad headsets, in-ear headsets, full size closed headsets, Bluetooth headsets, USB headsets and more. You can also turn any pair of headphones into a headset by adding a headset adapter with a microphone.

Noise Canceling Headphones and How They Work

Noise canceling headphones are designed to insulate you from outside noise by using ‘active’ battery-powered electronics.

Noise canceling headphones use tiny built-in microphones in the earpieces to sense ambient noise around the headphones with an active (battery powered) electronic circuit that amplifies and inverts those signals, then adds them into the music signal to ‘cancel’ the acoustic noise pressure present at the earpieces. Noise canceling headphones are designed primarily to block airline/train cabin noise during travel and usually isolate sound better than a basic closed headphone.

Clip-On or Wing-Style Headphones for Activity

Clip-on headphones, or ear-clip headphones, are designed to stay in place during physical activity.

Clip-on headphones and wing adaptions stay secure on the ear for listening while you are in motion. They are lightweight and compact, and you’ll be able to stay aware of your surroundings while running or walking.  Waterproof styles are available for swimming.  The clip-on style headphones will usually fit under a skateboard or bicycle helmet.

Now that you’re armed with knowledge, you can make an informed decision about which headphone type is perfect for you. Happy listening!

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