Dual drivers and twin passive radiators give this little speaker big bass. The JBL Charge 2 also features a USB port to charge other devices and a Social Mode that allows up to 3 people to DJ.
Actively blocking 95% of ambient noise, Phiaton’s latest noise-canceling buds also feature Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC technology for instant tap-to-link pairing.
Definitive Technology, a leader in high-end loudspeakers (and proudly used in the werd.com office), has just released its Wireless Music System, equipped with their Play-Fi technology for delivering audiophile-grade music anywhere in your home over Wi-Fi. A range of speakers, subwoofers and amps allows you to create the perfect system for your space.
This discreet voice-activated earbud makes hands-free calling effortless. With no wires or wraparound microphone to cramp your style it pairs simply with your device and stores safely in its charger/case.
After 6 years of silence, the Technics brand returns with two new home hi-fi systems. The R1 and C700. Both audiophile-quality systems feature stereo amps, a network audio streamer, speakers, and use Technics Definitive Sound technologies to create dynamic sound quality. Still waiting on pricing, but don’t expect the word budget to be used near these.
‘The most advanced wireless speaker system ever developed.” The creators of the Core didn’t just say it, they believe it. And since their Indiegogo campaign is 5X overfunded in less than a week, others are convinced, too. The compact speaker achieves life-like, better than stereo sound by “leveraging a combination of wave field synthesis and beam forming, to create an acoustic bubble in the room.”
Disgruntled former Beats By Dre headphone guy Steven Lamar has launched his own brand, Roam. His high-end buds are called Ropes & what makes them unique is the pendant attachment that contains a small amp using “noise equalization” technology to produce more dynamic sound.
Bose pretty much perfected the noise-cancelling headphone with its QC15 model but after 5 years without an update, Bose got bored and finally spruced up their old standby. The new QC25 is every bit as awesome but is now a bit lighter with a slimmer profile and improved battery life, operating for 35-hours on a single AAA battery.
Disguised as a compact Marshall half stack, the 200-watt Woburn speaker features classic Marshall design details & high-powered sound plus Bluetooth connectivity, 3.5mm & RCA inputs, and an optical input for linking up with your TV and other entertainment devices.
Take your air-drumming to the next level. The Cliphit from Korg turns anything into an electronic drumkit. Attach the three cabled clips to almost anything, turning it into a drum pad that triggers different realistic sounding samples. You can also choose to use its built-in drum sound effects. via