Compact & portable, the Mira wireless speaker from Braven features a multi-purpose hook/stand that let’s you drop it or hang it anywhere you need a soundtrack. It’s also got a IPX5 water-resistance rating, so bring it along to the beach or swimming pool, no worries.
4-channel amplifiers for each woofer & tweeter plus upgraded audio input converters and a clean teak veneer finish makes the Hampden Bluetooth speakers from Polk Audio a welcome addition to your desktop.
Plug the Moto Stream into any speaker to convert it into a wireless one, allowing you to stream music from any phone, computer, or tablet within a 300-foot range. In Heist Mode it will connect with up to 5 different devices, so everyone can play DJ.
With the option to get a high quality pair of earbuds that also offers the ease of bluetooth 4.0 cordless technology and a 4.5-hour battery life, it really makes no sense to go with a corded pair.
This bluetooth wireless speaker was built for durability & designed with an integrated carabiner clip, making it easier to hang up, clip on, & carry around with you. Available in black and 4 other colors.
With the recent $3 billion Apple acquisition, it stands to reason that soon Beats By Dre headphones will sound as good as they look. And the Solo2 sure looks good. Pre-Order now.
High-end British audio specialist Naim builds sound systems for Bentley and also for your home. Their wireless streaming Muso system offers class-leading sound quality using 6 speakers & 6 75-watt amps, one for each driver. A 32-bit signal processor splits the music up & sends it to the best driver based on frequency for optimal quality and fidelity. The unit itself is made from a single block of aluminum. Available September 2014.
When you outgrow the big candy-red Beats By Dré headphones, check these out: the world’s first 9.1ch digital surround wireless headphones. Incorporating Sony’s VPT technology, 6 speakers create ultra-rich, three-dimensional audio complimenting your 4K viewing experience. Also, 12-hour battery life, perfect for gaming.
This desktop speaker from Definitive Technology is called the Incline. As you can see it leans back. But that’s not what makes it special. The Incline is actually bipolar. Bipolar speakers radiate sound from the front and the rear, so no matter where it’s pointed, you’ll hear what you wanna hear. If you don’t know the name Definitive Technology, head to your local audio shop and demo some speakers. I’ve enjoyed their towers for the last 10 years.
Audiophile-quality sound in a waterproof earbud is a tall order. But that’s what BlueAnt Pump HD wireless waterproof sportbuds deliver. Effortless pairing with your Bluetooth 3.0 device plus a lightweight, comfy form factor make it awesome. A fully customizable fit system make it even awesomer, but it’s just IP67-rated, so it will endure heavy sweating but it’s not recommended for swimming.