Audio

  • The King Bluetooth Speaker

    The King Bluetooth Speaker

    A Touch of Bass’ clever reverse illusion. What seems to be a high-resoution framed photo of a boombox actually hides a 30W speaker. The King has two 6.5″ woofers and two 5/8″ tweeters. You can connect to the speaker via Bluetooth or its 3.5mm audio jack. A Touch of Bass also sells skins that change the look of the photo.

     
  • Amazon Echo Studio Speaker

    Amazon Echo Studio Speaker

    The Echo Studio is a premium, yet compact and affordable smart speaker. It has a 5.25″ woofer, a 1″ tweeter and three 2″ midrange drivers. It also has a 330W amplifier and a 24-bit DAC. That setup, together with Dolby Atmos and Sony’s 360 Reality Audio technology, allows this small device to provide 3D audio. It even has built-in microphones that sense the acoustics of its surroundings, which it uses to automatically calibrate its sound for the best experience. All …cotinue reading

     
  • Transparent Sound Steel Speakers

    Transparent Sound Steel Speakers

    Attention all audiophiles! The Transparent Sound Speakers weigh an incredible 20kg and deliver an equally heavy sound to match thanks to their raw steel construction, built, by hand, by Swedish blacksmith Jonas Majors in his workshop on the island of Morko south of Stockholm. Without doubt, the coolest looking speakers we’ve seen.

     
  • Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 46 Car Radio

    Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 46 Car Radio

    Blaupunkt marries retro looks with cutting edge tech with its new digital car radio. The Bremen SQR 46 is based on a 1986 model – it has lots of buttons and knobs, a mono LED display and even a faux cassette tape deck. But it actually plays music via Bluetooth, USB, SD card or 3.5mm aux input.

     
  • IKEA Symfonisk Speakers

    IKEA Symfonisk Speakers

    IKEA partnered with Sonos to create a pair of affordable and minimalist Wi-Fi speakers. The Symfonisk line consists of a bookshelf speaker and a table lamp with a speaker in its body. Both speakers can be integrated with existing Sonos setups and are compatible with Apple AirPlay 2.

     
  • ZVOX AccuVoice

    ZVOX AccuVoice

    First engineered for the hearing impaired, ZVOX AccuVoice soundbars spew room-filling, state-of-the-art sound and boasts hearing aid technology for awesome audio clarity even at low volume. A cinch to set up right out of the box, we’re especially fans of the Output Leveling feature that lowers the volume of those heart-attack inducing overly loud commercials.

     
  • TOKK Reactor Speakers

    TOKK Reactor Speakers

    Enjoy huge stereo sound on the move thanks to the pocket-sized TOKK Reactor Speaker. Offering five hours of playing time, the unit comprises a pair of magnetic wireless halves that affix together–and to other magnetic surfaces–while connected to smart assistants like Siri. Upgrade to the TOKK Reactor XL for speakers ensconced in waterproof casing and extra three hours of battery.

     
  • Small Transparent Speaker

    Small Transparent Speaker

    Deigned in Scandinavia–where else?!–the Small Transparent Speaker sports an aluminum frame with tempered glass walls allowing you to see its inner workings. But it’s not just about the beauty, the Bluetooth-enabled box blasts crisp audio with a deep bass, while some smart systems allow for wireless upgrades, so that its tech, like its looks, will never be obsolete.