Bluetooth speakers tend to have a very same-same look, what with all the small cylindrical or rectangular boxes out there, but Marshall’s Stanmore is something different, very different, focusing on the brand’s heritage and delivering a speaker for musos.
When it comes to high-end audio, there are names that you’ll know. Bang & Olufsen, Bowers & Wilkins, and more with an ampersand in there. Then there’s McIntosh.
According to some research by LG, people want big screens. Bigger than big screens, and portability with them too, and because you can’t just carry a 55 inch TV with you — we’ve tried — LG has come up with some tiny projectors.
Bose is one active company lately, and while we saw new noise cancellation cans barely a week ago, now we’re seeing a new pair of headphones designed for people who hate cables, with a speaker to match that ethos.
Monster’s NCredible NTune headphones make a bold claim of “headphones with attitude,” but is it the right sort of attitude for your tracks, or would you be better off buying headphones with personality, instead?
If there’s one company we expected to make Lightning headphones first, it was Apple, or at least the headphone brand it bought recently, Beats. But a couple of brands have beaten Beats to the punch.
Hopping on a plane or taking a train and don’t want to hear the world around you? Noise cancelling headphones are a must, and while phones and wearables are the big news this week, there’s also news if you fancy a new pair of cans.
Prefer CDs and music of a higher bitrate than what the traditional streaming service puts out? You’re going to love what’s coming.
One of the original names behind multi-room audio is changing the way its technology works, cutting out the mesh network hub if you don’t need it, and that’s good news for consumers.
Onkyo sure knows a thing or two about music, and in its FC300 headphones, it’s not just flaunting what it knows, it’s also trying to show that it has some style, too.