With the release of a new speaker from Ultimate Ears, we look back at what started the company, and why it puts so much work into making its speakers something special.
There are people out there who love big speakers, and who spend a fortune on them, but if you need to cut the sound out or just want to listen to a recording intimately, a pair of $1300 headphones might be just what you need to look for.
Peripheral and accessory maker Griffin isn’t just sticking to making iPhone cases and exercise bits and bobs this year. Oh sure, it’s still doing those, but it’s also adding a few gadgets that could make your home sound a little brighter while keeping the cables sorted.
The designers in Samsung’s speaker department must be tired of the same old block, because in 2015 they’re really shaking it up this year, with one portable and one less portable egg of a sound product.
In more good news for the future of OLED, LG says that manufacturing improvements have led to panel yield rates increasing dramatically. Translated, this should lead to price drops on OLED TVs over 2015.
Not every music player is created equal, and Bang & Olufsen has been coming up with something a little more playful in its labs, with a wireless music system that tries to match music to your mood.
You can’t take a record player with you, because it’s big, bulky, and just not portable, so what do you do when you want high-res sound on the go? This year, you might be turning to a Walkman.
We’ve been fans of Logitech’s UE Boom ever since we set eyes on the speaker, and our review was positive, too, but that was well over a year ago, and Logitech has something new ready.
We’ve seen Samsung’s take on new TVs, and now it’s time to see what Sony has in store for the world, as it improves 4K processing and thinks thin for its 2015 slate.
It wasn’t mentioned during the Samsung CES presser, but older TVs will be upgradeable, as Samsung confirms to us that the Evolution Kits will make an appearance in 2015.