Don't-Miss Home Audio Stories
We all aspire to hang our TVs on the wall, but most of us will never get ours off the furniture.
The Playbase fits conveniently under your TV, but it’s not the best home theater speaker we’ve heard.
Blue brings its strut-like headband and a Class AB amplifier to a set of planar magnetic cans.
Aumeo personalizes the sound being output from your smartphone, tailoring each pair of wired earbuds or headphones to the listener’s ears for a richer, fuller sound.
The tabletop radio might seem like a relic of the past, but this one delivers every modern convenience and high-fidelity sound, too.
Amazon recommends this surge protector for all purposes, but it's really just a glorified power strip.
It’s full of great features, but it doesn't seem to be UL listed and we were unable to determine other key specifications.
All the features you want, with just a couple of minor drawbacks.
All the features you want from a surge suppressor, and for a reasonable price.
Anyone looking for a surge protector that cuts power when it can no longer offer protection should consider this model.
Far better than ordinary power strips, these products will protect your expensive electronics from dangerous power spikes. We'll help you pick the right one for your home or small office.
You can plug six AC adapters and two USB cables into this cleverly designed unit.
There’s plenty of value in this battery-powered speaker, which includes both Chromecast and Bluetooth tech, but its audio performance fails to excite.
The bass response, dynamics, and musical reproduction these headphones produce will make you want to leave your Bluetooth headphones behind.
The AK70 is one of the first hi-res audio players on the market to support aptX HD hi-res music streaming over Bluetooth, but its lack of MQA support has us scratching our heads.