It looks like a lantern and lights up like one, but Sony's glass-encased contraption does more than illuminate a space, doubling as a powerful 13-watt speaker for streaming your favorite tunes, whether at home or on the road.
It may not be as small as other portable Bluetooth speakers, but what Bang & Olufsen's newest speaker gains in size, it parlays into a big sound, ensuring you can enjoy your favorite tunes on the road like never before.
Instead of a headphone jack, JBL's upcoming sport earphones for the iPhone come with a Lightning connector, allowing it to incorporate active noise cancellation and adaptive noise control without needing an onboard battery.
Yes, they look like your run-of-the-mill desktop speakers. Don't be fooled, though, as these wireless speakers from German outfit Raumfeld boast audiophile-grade hardware, true stereo sound, and the ability to stream lossless formats in native form.
A truly wireless headphone, these in-ear buds use two separate earpieces with no cables or headbands anywhere in sight, so you can move around freely, whether you're running in the streets or lifting in the gym.
Billed as "the world's loudest battery-powered speaker," this waterproof and shockproof boombox can crank up the sound levels to 119 decibels, all while allowing playback for up to 30 hours on a single charge.
Housed inside a cabinet that once served as an ammo box for the Russian Army's rimmed rifle cartridges, this 100-watt boombox is ready to wage musical wars whether in the house, in the backyard, or in the battlefield of the streets.
It may look like a regular pair of headphones, but this headset actually doubles as a neurostimulation tool that stimulates the motor cortex to increase motor unit recruitment and activate more muscle fibers during workouts.
These headphones pair AKG's Grammy-winning reference sound with a high-level active noise canceling tech, ensuring it blocks both engine and people noise, making it ideal for wearing during long trips aboard planes, trains, and buses.
The perfect way to enjoy music while going off-the-grid, this portable Bluetooth speaker comes with easily swappable batteries that can power it for up to 20 hours each. Just bring backups and you're good for the duration.
Standing over seven feet tall, OMA's "ultimate speaker" combines a sturdy metal frame with two large wooden conical horns in front and two smaller aluminum horn woofers in the back to match its outstanding sound with a similarly overwhelming style.
Armed with a modern set of sensors, Phiaton's newest Bluetooth headphones automatically pause the music when taken off, while resuming playback as soon as it's slipped back on, with a touch panel on the right can for control using taps and swipes.
Driving a classic Porsche? Lots of fun. Driving that same Porsche to a new place without turn-by-turn directions? Not as fun. This new accessory slots into the DIN-1 slot of any classic car to give the old-generation ride a current-generation navigation system.
Headphones have become a bigger business than ever, so it's no surprise seeing established brands jump in the fray. Fender is the latest outfit to join the show, bringing an audiophile-grade pair of in-ear monitors that boast specialty drivers and a custom-like snug fit.
Porsche Design takes the rear silencer and twin exhaust from the 911 GT3 and turns them into a 200-watt stereo soundbar that boasts a deep bass, a loud sound, and a unique style that will draw as much attention as the original sports car.