How awkward is it when you’re rocking some tunes in your earbuds and some random walks up and starts talking to you? If you had some big, high-tech over ear headphones, people would know better and just leave you alone. The Crossfade M-80 will keep you insulated in your own world with vibrant bass, vivid mids, super highs, and some cool tech called BLISS Noise Isolation.
Sonos makes a slick, wireless hi-fi system that delivers crisp, dynamic stereo sound from all-in-one players to networked amps and speakers, it rocks every room in your house. Now they’ve developed a sub woofer for floor-shaking low-end sound with no wires, no programming; just raw, heavy, bottomless bass.
After you decide what you want to play, the Aris system lets you pick which room of your home you want to hear it in. With Windows 7,8, and smartphone app-driven controls, you can send your tunes to any one of your audiophile-quality high-fidelity Aris speakers all over the house.
The onboard speaker in your iPad sucks. If you want to hear the movie, your music, or your lady when you FaceTime, the Sound Prism bluetooth speaker is a good add-on. It also happens to be designed to fit neatly into your Smart Cover, too.
The original JamBox from Jawbone is a powerful little portable sound system. Now they’re introducing the Big JamBox. It’s twice the size of the little one but still super portable. It is also twice as loud which will drown out the crappy music those people down the beach are trying to blast. The battery lasts for 15-hours.
You know the song Radar Love? Well, you should. It’s by Golden Earring, look it up. The Striva wireless headphone system is pretty much the “wave in the air” the singer is talking about in the song. Striva lets you listen to music every way possible via streaming with a wi-fi connection. And if you really want to, you can plug them into your device the old fashioned way.
If you have an embarrassingly small dock, this one from Jarre could be just the enlargement you’re looking for. Attach your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch and this big boy will provide stunning visuals for you and your partner as well as high quality sound delivered through those two space-age speakers & a subwoofer hidden in the back.
They’re small but powerful. Bowers & Wilkins mini theater systems create stunning cinematic soundscapes that basically turn your living room into a home theater. It’s achieved with their integrated system of a subwoofer and crisp M1 satellite speakers. They surround you with sound.
These BackBeat GO headphones from Plantronics are wireless. Technically there is still one wire holding the pair of earbuds together but it’s not like the normal headphone wire that you get tangled around something and rip out of your iPod or iPhone three or four times every workout. These are Bluetooth buds, snag free for sure.
Playing music through your computer speakers doesn’t quite qualify as “home audio” now does it? If you’re tired of the trebley twang of your 1-inch woofers, Logitech’s UE Air Speaker uses Apple AirPlay and your wi-fi network to stream uncompressed audio from your iPad, iPod, or laptop through a surround sound speaker system better suited to rocking out.