The idea of a “Smart TV” is one that can go online, but when is a so-called Smart TV not quite smart? When it can get hacked.
Luxury brand Bang & Olufsen has been building its high-end gear for almost a century, and in its 90th year, we’re seeing something truly special come out of its design studios.
The next area to get attention in the sound world isn’t big headphones, though we love those too. No, it’s multi-room, and while Sonos may well dominate, Bose is looking to make a dent even in the entry level.
The Sonos line-up consists of five speakers a few accessories, but if you have some of these already, you don’t need to know this. All you need to know is that from this week, your Sonos has the possibility to sound even better.
The new 4th generation Apple TV went on sale last week in Australia. I’ve been using one in my living room a few days before launch to see what’s new, and most importantly, if it should take pride of place over all of the other ‘streaming’ video devices available.
Sonos is about to be well and truly challenged in the multi-room arena as Samsung says “game on”, bringing in some audio heavy hitters to make its speakers sound bigger and better.
Speakers have to have a solid amount of punch to grab our attention, and usually yours, but the second generation of the Sonos Play:5 goes further, offering customisable sound amidst multi-room awesomeness.
The next Apple TV will be used for more than just watching streaming movies and TV shows, with apps and games supported using a new touchpad remote. But one thing it won’t be is as cheap as the previous generation.
You have the iPod, the Walkman and plenty of other MP3 players out there ,but what if you want something built for high-end audio that is handled by audiophiles?
Telstra’s T-Box has gone and grown up, sort of, with the telco announcing that its T-Box is no more, set to be replaced by a more mature and properly pint-sized piece of tech.