These cans put you in the sonic picture with three-dimensional clarity, but you might not like wearing them for long stretches (though a fix may be in the works).
As the German manufacturer prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary, it seeks to resurrect its reputation as a purveyor of high-fidelity audio.
Buying a super-cheap 4K TV this year? This is the soundbar to go with it.
Doing more with less, Bose challenges the Sonos Move and almost prevails.
Immersive is the key word here, and Sony says you won’t need new equipment to enjoy its new music format.
It’s a clever customer-retention gambit, but neither the hardware nor the service is best in class.
The noise-nixing headphone pioneers are up to new tricks, adding return-path noise cancelling, digital assistant support, and audio AR to its latest cans.
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.
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