The newest (and smallest) addition to Bose’s smart speaker line sounds sweet, speaks both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and encourages the building out of a Bose-based multi-room audio system.
Easy operation, modern connections, and agreeable sound make the Mondo+ Classic an internet radio even a Luddite can love.
There’s nothing so-so about Naim Audio’s Mu-so 2nd Generation, now on display at the High End audio show in Munich.
The company’s engineers and designers tweaked every imaginable aspect—including the stands—to enhance the performance of these high-end speakers.
Streaming offers instant gratification, but only a high-end Blu-ray player like this can reveal just incredible your 4K TV can look.
Audio performance isn’t the problem, it’s a host of other little things.
Don’t like the look of bubbly blobs or skinny drain pipes hanging off your ears? Here’s a handsome alternative.
The out-of-this-world tripods they rest on render them more like tower speakers than bookshelf models.
Call them a whole new take on headphones: Bose Frames are sunglasses with tiny Bluetooth speakers built in.
Audiophiles still love listening to music on disc, but this high-end SACD player can also stream tunes from any source on your network—including the internet.
Best known for building high-end headphones and mics, Sennheiser is now getting ready to enter the soundbar market. We got a demo during CES.
Think Dolby Atmos, but designed to be experienced with headphones.
WiSA promises high-resolution home theater sound that’s (almost) free of wires.
Bose's mid-range soundbar needs a bit of tonal adjustment to sound its best, but it provides a great way to incorporate Amazon's Alexa into your home theater.
Edifier's self-powered Bluetooth speakers also support just about every wired source you could want, both digital (optical, coax, and USB) and analog (dual stereo RCA).
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