Tag Archive: Sound


Step up your sound with the $159 Elac B5 bookshelf speakers

The Elac series is a classic, and this price is killer.

The Elac B5 Debut Series 5.25-inch Bookshelf Speakers are down to $ 159 on Amazon. The big brother Elac B6 speakers dropped to $ 200 on Amazon yesterday, so it makes sense the B5 have now become even cheaper. They normally sell for around $ 230 and have never dropped this low before.

The Elac B5 speakers have 4 stars from What Hi-Fi?. They have custom  [Read More…]

B&O Beoplay P6 promises 360-degree sound and 16 hours of battery life

All in one package that costs $ 399.

If you’re in the market for a new Bluetooth speaker and money isn’t an object, Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay lineup should be at the top of your radar. The company just announced its new Beoplay P6 speaker, and it’s being marketed as a “portable Bluetooth speaker” that looks darn nice.

As with all B&O products, the P6 is a sight for sore eyes. There’s a pearl blasted aluminum grill  [Read More…]

The Logitech MX Sound stereo speakers are down to $80 for the first time

Works with all Bluetooth devices.

The Logitech MX Sound 2.0 Multi Device Stereo Speakers are down to $ 79.99 on Amazon. The street price is around $ 100, and they’ve never dropped this low before.

Logitech’s Easy-Switch lets you move between audio sources easily. All you have to do is pause the audio from one source and press play on the next. If you’re sitting at your computer and want to go mobile, you can just get  [Read More…]

Paww WaveSound 3 headphones: Big sound, noise cancellation, and lowest price yet

Whether you fly a lot, work in a noisy office, or just enjoy a precious silence, the Paww WaveSound 3 headphones will give you a listening experience free from distractions.

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Echobox Explorer Review: Intoxicating sound (with a heckuva hangover)

You’ve got to love the weird world of Android. I mean, where else can you shell out half a grand for a portable Hi-Fi player that looks like the product of a drunken evening between an expensive hip flask and a budget mid-2011 smartphone?

Fortunately, the distinctively shaped Echobox Explorer isn’t just an excuse to make halfhearted booze jokes; it’s a portable audio player that kicks out genuinely great sound thanks to a potent combination of powerful  [Read More…]

Paww WaveSound 3 headphones: Big sound with noise cancellation, only $79.99

Music is part of every man or woman’s DNA, an indelible part of who we are and what we love, and the music-listening experience is a pleasant one when you have the right hardware in place. Whether you’re on a plane overlooking the ocean, or in your office taking a breather for lunch to drown […]

Fluance Fi70 Bluetooth sound system review: A gorgeous conversation piece

It’s big, it’s beautiful, and it sounds like heaven.

I don’t like to gush in reviews; it comes off a bit tacky, and this is supposed to be an objective look at a piece of technology, but heed this warning: I’m going to gush (#phrasing). Like the lovechild of a vegan and a CrossFit enthusiast, I’m telling everyone about this thing and no one has asked. The Fluance Fi70 is an all-in-one sound system  [Read More…]

AIAIAI TMA-2 modular headphones review: Fantastic sound, compromised comfort

AIAIAI’s TMA-2 headphones are extremely customizable and sound fantastic, but may not be for everyone.

Headphones are an odd product to review. There are a lot of variables involved, particularly music taste and comfort levels. I may think one pair of headphones fits fantastically, while others find that same pair puts too much pressure on their head, ruining the listening experience.

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AIAIAI is a company looking to combat these issues. Its TMA-2 headphones are completely modular:  [Read More…]

FIIL IICON wireless headphones review: Trading noise cancellation for sound quality

A fantastic pair of noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones that doesn’t push the bar forward.

With the proliferation of phones without headphone jacks, it’s no surprise that Bluetooth headphones have become incredibly popular lately.

But there was a category of headphones that, while perhaps more niche until recently, always extracted plenty of divisive opinions: noise-canceling. Thank Bose’s incredibly popular QC25s, which gave way to the wireless QC35s, and inspired a category of imitators trying to get in on the  [Read More…]

Blue Satellite review: Sweet sound, bad basics

The Blue Satellite Headphones don’t just stand out thanks to their striking looks. With an onboard analog amplifier, dual drivers per earcup and one of the most well-known brand names in audio, the Blue Satellite should have been a shoe-in for first place in my ever rotating selection of bluetooth headphones.

But after a month of using them in the real world, I can’t bring myself to like them nearly as much as Daniel Bader did when he reviewed  [Read More…]