If you love audio, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Ultrasone before. We haven’t heard much from the headphone maker in a while, but it’s back with a few new cans for the discerning audio lover.
Portable audio is becoming the new must have thing to keep with you, because if you love sound — and who doesn’t? — you may as well have a tiny boombox in your backpack when you need it. But why only rely on a backpack when you can also clip a speaker to yourself.
As more players enter the multi-room audio market, Player One — Sonos — is ready with a fix for people suffering from buffer and WiFi problems. If this is you, we know your pain all too well, and it’s time for a Boost.
Harman/Kardon grabbed our attention earlier in the year with a leather backed speaker, but if it was a little too big, there’s a pint-sized portrayal coming shortly.
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The next battleground for home audio is apparently multi-room audio, as more companies find a way to tackle Sonos head on. We’ve seen LG, Samsung, and Bluesound do it this year, and now it’s time for Panasonic to get in on the action.
If you’ve ever played in a rock band in your teens, or even if you do now, you know the “Marshall” name. It’s a brand that practically screams rock, and while it’s normally known for amplifiers, it is now bringing its amped-up style to headphones.
If the idea of high resolution sound at home or on the go makes your eyes light up and your ears sing praises, great news: more devices are coming that support this technology. Bad news, though, because if you live in Australia, the pickings are slim.
The biggest problem owners of Ultra HD TVs have right now is the lack of content. There is pretty much an absence of 4K media in Australia at the moment, but if you’re thinking of buying a Sony UHD TV, you’ll have one on the rest of us.
Australia gets most of the big blockbusters, but if you look at how many cinemas we have that support Dolby’s totally immersive audio format, the number is very small. But you mightn’t have to worry about that, as Dolby’s Atmos format comes home.