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Everybody wants a piece of the market Sonos opened to the masses. DTS’s effort is the most interesting so far.
Polk lets you take the party poolside with its wireless speaker. It won't survive a dunking, but it will tolerate a splash or two.
DTS is off to a good start in the multi-room audio space. You can connect this model to your AV receiver, amplifier, or powered speakers.
Walnut veneer adds a touch of class to this wireless speaker, which has been updated for the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem.
You name it, the X7 can do it: It's a high-end DAC, headphone amp, USB audio device, digital amplifier, recorder, Bluetooth host, and more.
This isn't a Sonos killer by any means, but Samsung's product line is worth your consideration.
Who knew Fujitsu made high-end speakers? These egg-shaped models pack the tech, but their performance falls short of the mark in some areas.
Not recommended for critical listening, but the transducer in the headband is more than just an expensive gimmick.
The sound card is becoming a distant memory, but quality audio never goes out of style.
These days, kids need headphones, too. We looked at a slew of cans designed to fit your child's head while protecting their hearing.
Zoom's iQ5 is small Lightning connector microphone that offers good sound and flexible features.
In a wearables world that pays more attention to prototypes, beta products and fleeting rumors, LG's marriage of fitness data and audio playback shows retail gear can actually deliver the goods.
You can connect to Pure's Jongo S3 via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or wired connection but it offers so-so sound and weak multi-room play options.