If sound is one of your favourite areas and you don’t shy from spending big when it comes to making your home theatre sound amazing, it might be time for an upgrade, as legendary speaker makers Bowers & Wilkins have something new up its sleeves.
Good headphones often come with cables, but the world of Bluetooth fixes all of that, cutting the cords and letting you listen in cable free. Sol Republic’s Tracks Air plans to deliver just that with the help of Motorola, with cans that not only deliver decent audio, but a look you can change, too.
Telstra appears to be playing catch up with its catch-up TV services, as SBS rolls out its “On Demand” app to T-Box customers across the country.
Marshall is a name with a ton of history, and as someone who has played and worked with its amps, seeing the brand enter speakers and headphones is intriguing stuff.
The content may still be lacking, but 4K TVs are getting easier to find, and now that Kogan is entering the Ultra HD world, it’s time for one of Kogan’s cost-cutting competitors to do the same, with an 84 inch model inbound.
Multi-room audio is set to be the next battleground for audio fanatics, as Samsung attempts to steal the crown from industry leader Sonos, which has long had a hold on the area it practically got people interested in the first place. Can Samsung manage to best Sonos on the first go?
When it comes to sound, different materials make for different sound, and as much as you might love plastic or metal speakers, nothing does it like wood, and that’s exactly the attitude Elipson is going for in its latest speaker.
If you can’t work out why you’d need the 4K resolution but don’t want to miss out on the extra colour that Ultra High Definition TVs bring, Sharp has a couple of new TVs coming.
Plantronics has been building fitness friendly earphones for a while now, but its latest Backbeat model may just perfect the formula, building a durable headset that is not only visible in the dark, but also sounds great, too.
Sick of your regular in-earphones and want something higher quality? Australian earphone maker might even have something to tempt your ears, with a pair of in-ear monitors that deliver volume in droves.