Mixing retro aesthetics with modern tech, this turntable combines a rustic-looking wooden body and rotary knobs with a vertical platter, Bluetooth connectivity for wireless streaming, and even a USB slot for playing stored files.
The battle of virtual assistants is now being waged and everyone's got their own favorite. If Amazon's feminine robot voice is yours, you might want to check out these wireless earbuds that come with full Alexa integration.
A veritable tribute to physical media, Oppo's new 4K Blu-ray player can play every type of optical disc in your movie and music collection, all while refusing support for Netflix, Amazon, and any other streaming app.
B&O's new over-the-ear flagship comes with active noise canceling, swappable batteries, and gesture controls right on the earcup, with premium construction all throughout ensuring a comfortable listening experience.
Definitive Tech's newest compact speakers blast sound in three different directions, turning any small- and medium-sized room around the house into a high-performance sound haven even audiophiles can appreciate.
Less sporty than your usual pair of in-ears, Aedle's newest headphones combine a machined aluminum shell and Italian calf leather to bring a decidedly more refined aesthetic that wears better with non-athletic outfits.
Able to oversample your music 16 times before feeding it to the Bill Burr DAC and the 80-watt amplifiers, Naim's reference-quality all-in-one player just might be only music source you'll want to have at home.
Billed as their most luxurious headphones to date, Bowers & Wilkins' new over-ear cans deliver a precise sound experience that mimics listening to hi-fi speakers in a rich aluminum and leather package.
Engineered from cast aluminum with a sandblasted titanium finish and black contrast detailing, these travel headphones combine Porche Design's styling with KEF's active noise-cancelling and high-fidelity sound.
A limited edition alternative to the humdrum black and white colors they offer (as in, hurry up because they only made 300), Marshall's oxblood-finished speakers look positively precious and absolutely timeless.