speakers
Loading page

A Tiny Death Star Is The Only Reason You Should Buy A Levitating Speaker

An unknown breakthrough in consumer levitation technology has led to an influx of floating speakers that don’t sound any different, but look kinda cool — were this the mid-’80s. Before you write them off completely, someone has managed to find a way to make these novelties genuinely worthy of your desk space, as a tiny Death Star replica.


Sony Extra Bass Takes Aim At Dance Music Fans

Did you know that Australia has the highest number of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) festival goers in the region? That’s not a “per capita” number. With 45,000 people heading to Sterosonic alone every year, we beat India and Korea for the most active EDM fans.

Sony’s Extra Bass range is aimed squarely at this market, taking into consideration the specific requirements of music with a bit of rumble in the lower end.


The New BeoPlay A6 Is The Best-Looking Multi-Room Speaker You Can Buy

Everybody’s favourite Danish high-end audio brand has a new speaker. The BeoPlay A6 from Bang & Olufsen is a small, thin and beautifully designed all-in-one stereo system, hooking up wirelessly and seamlessly with any other B&O gear in your house — and it looks beautiful.


New Speech-Enhancing Software Ensures Loudspeaker Announcements Are Always Understandable

When train stations and airports get crammed full of people, it’s impossible to hear loudspeaker announcements over all the noise. So researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute developed a new system that listens for when a venue gets loud, and automatically adjusts announcements so they’re always audible.


This $3000 Wireless Speaker Is Mind-Blowing

The Devialet Phantom’s been around a while, but the Apple Store in the US has recently started selling the basic-but-still-very-expensive version of the speaker. Fans will be tempted, but you never want to buy something just because it’s in the Apple Store, so we gave it a try. Everything about the speaker seems impressive. It’s wireless, incredibly powerful, yet compact, and it plays bass so low you can only feel it — all while looking like an H.R. Giger creation. It also costs $3000.


Buy This Wooden Speaker, Help A Deaf Person Hear

LSTN isn’t your average audio company. The Los Angeles-based enterprise turned head a couple years ago when it started selling sleek wood and chrome headphones. Now, LSTN is expanding into the world of Bluetooth speakers with a very lovely box named Apollo.


The Directional Pad On This Retro NES Bluetooth Speaker Really Works

8Bitdo is probably best known for its Bluetooth gaming controllers, including the NES30 that paid homage to Nintendo’s original 8-bit console. But the company is now expanding its catalogue with a new Bluetooth speaker that longtime gamers will find equally hard to resist.


Listen To Wireless Audio All Over Your House With These Modular Philips Speakers

If you’re looking for sweet new speakers to scatter around your patio, rumpus room, or Netflix binge dungeon, Philips’ has new Fidelio E6 wireless cinema speakers and a 90W subwoofer that can do just that.


Sony's Best CES 2016 Gadgets Are Made For Your Ears And Eyes Alike

Sony’s onto something this year. Its TVs are incredibly bright, but that’s not what caught my attention. It’s the company’s persistence in pushing Hi-Res Audio, and its range of high-quality headphones and speakers, both wired and wireless, that is finally paying off.


Harman's Voyager Drive Speakers Let You Take Your Car's Sound System With You

Unless you’re an endurance racer who spends 24 hours in their vehicle, there’s not much point to sinking a small fortune into a killer sound system you rarely get to hear. But with Harman’s new Voyager Drive, your car’s stereo easily becomes a portable Bluetooth speaker you can take anywhere.


Loading page