For the re-design of their flagship Play:5 speaker, Sonos upgraded everything: a fresh exterior, touch sensitive controls, 6 speakers instead of 5, and it links up with your phone using the Sonos app’s Trueplay tool, enabling you to dial in the best sound in any/every environment.
It’s not an air filtration system, it’s a plug-n-play 170-watt wireless sound system that boasts seven speakers arranged in a six-sided, multi-chamber cabinet for maximum sound diffusion. The unique stainless steel grille design conceals the on/off & volume controls & it fires up automatically when an audio signal is detected. No remote, wi-fi, or app needed.
V-Moda’s Crossfade M-100 DJ-style headphone just got a major upgrade, now it’s available in a wireless bluetooth model, instead of cable-only. It’s a first for V-Moda. This new model can pair with 2 devices & offer 12-hour battery. Yes, sound is still delivered via their patent-pending, dual-diaphragm 50-mm drivers.
It’s smarter than the average smart speaker. The HiddenHub analyzes a room’s layout and dynamically adjusts the audio profile to give your space the best possible sound. Using Wi-Fi audio and compatible with Airplay & DLNA, the hub works with multi-speaker set-ups & can build its own 5HZ streaming network. The list of functions & features is impressive.
It will blend in tastefully with your decór while providing crisp, clear, room-filling sound. B&O’s BeoPlay bluetooth A6 speaker does not look like a speaker, which is a good thing; but it does feature 5 amp & 5 speaker BANG & OLUFSEN sound & that is a very good.
Fluance uses AptX technology to achieve audiophile-quality sound in the Fi50 bluetooth speaker. It also features an MDF wood speaker cabinet for warmer, fuller sound. An internal 40-watt amp powers dual 5-inch woofers & dual coaxial tweeters. CNET calls it “the best sound for the money.”
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.