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This mobile USB audio device can decode just about any hi-res audio file you send it, including quad-rate DSD.
This stylish $80 outdoor Bluetooth speaker features easy pairing via NFC. For being small, it produces a good amount of bass, but as with many water-resistant speakers, the upper mids and highs are muddled.
This thoroughly weatherized speaker will knock you out with its big sound and awesome feature set.
B&W has produced one of the best-sounding wireless headphones you can buy for less than $500.
The 'wire-free' claim is a wee bit overblown, but that doesn't mean this system isn't a good value.
But when it comes to bass, this speaker delivers a little too much of a good thing.
This speaker's price tag, sound, and feature set are appealing enough, but it's all undermined by a distinctly mediocre app.
The diminutive Core is one of the best Bluetooth speakers ever. The Core Sub is icing on that sonic cake.
Oppo's PM-2 planar magnetic headphones have an uncanny knack of pulling out every last detail from your music.
More than just another Bluetooth speaker, the E3 can also connect to your Wi-Fi network and stream music from cloud-based services such as Spotify.
The mobile-accessories company scores a hit as it expands into the personal audio market.
What’s possible is not always what’s advisable.
The ANC pioneers took the time to get wireless right, but audiophiles won’t be impressed with these cans.
We like the idea of a sound bar for smaller rooms and smaller TVs, but the Boost TV’s performance leaves much to be desired.
It’ll fill the smaller spaces in your home with sound, but you’ll need its bigger sibling for the living room.