Here’s what we want from sport headphones: lightweight, comfortable, good sound, & they stay put when you run/sweat/squat. Motorola’s new Surround wireless headphones check all these boxes with a practical design. A one-touch play/pause/call button integrated into the collar makes them super easy to operate.
After decades of making the most recognizable amps in rock-n-roll, Marshall has turned their efforts to making an Android-powered phone designed to deliver music with a level of audio quality never-before achieved. The phone is called London and features 2 front-facing speakers for great sound even without headphones. It also features the M button, giving you instant access to your music. Volume is controlled by a manual scroll wheel, and dual stereo audio jacks allow you to share your soundtrack with a friend. Marshall’s Mode in-ear headphones are included.
MB&F’s Star Wars-inspired MusicMachine3 is a wind-up mechanical music box that plays the theme tunes from Star Wars, Mission Impossible, and James Bond, The Godfather, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, and The Persuaders. The limited edition TIE Fighter design is offered in white, black, or chrome finish but only 33 of each will be made.
Bose is known for superior sound and they’ve somehow managed to pack this little bluetooth speaker with the technology needed to make it sound like a much bigger Bose. This new model also features some solid upgrades: a longer-lasting 10-hour battery, USB Charging instead of an AC adapter, & a built-in microphone.
With 2 Gigs of storage, Siri/Google Voice control, & a waterproof design, the Boombot Pro bluetooth speaker will blast all the hits on your summer poolside playlist. It features a high output dual-amplifier configuration & 2×5 watts of power with a dynamic acoustic tune.
This LED smartbulb will last for 12-15 years, uses just 10 watts of power & automatically dims & brightens based on ambient light. It also features a built-in Airplay-enabled speaker that requires no app or hub for audio use.
There’s a lot to like about the Symphony 1 headphones from Definitive Technology. For one, it includes a pair of powerful 50mm drivers, a lightweight aluminum chassis, bluetooth connectivity, and advanced dual-mode noise-canceling. The 15-hour battery life is also nothing to sneeze at.
The disk-shaped design of this wireless portable speaker from Ultimate Ears offers 360-degree sound plus IPX7 waterproof durability, as well as a bungee loop to hang the speaker up and an AUX input for plugging into non-bluetooth music players.
Yes, wireless noise-cancelling earbuds. They link with a phone app that gives you a volume knob, equalizer, & effects so you can customize your sound environment whether you’re listening to music, trying to drown out their pointless conversation, or just blocking out other ambient noise, like the airplane engine.
Onanoff has a quirky name and a clever product. Their Sound Cover is an iPad stand and cover with built-in flat panel stereo speakers, offering powerful, high quality sound, that boosts your iPad’s volume by up to 400%.