The incremental improvements add up, and no one will complain about the lower price tag.
The new cans aren’t much of a visual departure from the very popular QC35 II they replace, but Bose says there’s all kinds of improvements under the hood.
Oozing charm and smarts, the Beosound Level reaches a new plateau in home audio sophistication. Battery power, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth ensure you can take it with you.
Clean house with this battery-powered marvel and you’ll wonder how you ever tolerated bulky canister or upright vacuums with their pesky cords and unwieldy hoses.
A low-priced audio component that compares favorably to the likes of Sonos and Bluesound—at a fraction of the price.
Blessed with golden ears and champagne taste, but cursed with a beer budget? You need to give these puppies a listen.
Impeccable sonic goodness in an itty-bitty box.
The AC-powered puck plugs into the HDMI ARC of any smart TV.
If you’re looking for a one-piece audio solution that will tuck neatly under your TV, this is a good one.
Add your own amp and speakers and you’ll have a killer audio system on a reasonable budget.
Bose is offering great prices on these ANC cans this time of year, and you can have them customized for just a little extra cash.
Monoprice markets this very same gadget that handily solves the problem of having too many HDMI sources and not enough inputs.
TV viewers with impaired hearing will appreciate this speaker’s knack for emphasizing dialog.
This self-amplified multi-room music streamer delivers high-res audio experiences that Sonos won’t, but Bluesound’s user experience isn’t nearly as polished.
Kick-ass sound and a raft of high-end features make Russound's music streamer worth pursuing, even though it suffers from the occasional temper tantrum.
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