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.
Packing a quartet of powerful drivers, built-in touch control, and onboard integration of various music services inside a compact aluminum cabinet, B&O's latest brings a versatile and powerful speaker that you can use anywhere in the house.
This thumb-sized device sits between your cheap pair of headphones and your phone, enhancing the audio using proprietary algorithms to boost volume and add definition to create a more immersive listening experience.
Philip's three-piece speaker system has detachable components for transforming into a 5.1-channel surround sound setup, with built-in spatial calibration that automatically adjusts the audio profile to conform to any layout.
Taking advantage of the surprising resurgence of vinyl, Panasonic revives their iconic direct-drive turntable, all while giving it a substantial redesign that reduces vibration to deliver the smoothest possible playback for your favorite LPs.
Designed for tailgates and other outdoor parties, this modern-day boombox delivers a powerful sound that's bigger than its size, along with a tank-like enclosure that ensures it will survive both hard falls and environmental hazards.
Fern & Roby's flagship speakers house the 4-inch MarkAudio drivers inside a machined enclosure built out of reclaimed heart pine wood, creating a minimalist design that pairs traditional styling with a modern aesthetic.
An updated version of Sennheiser's highly-acclaimed HD 800 S, these headphones retain the same innovative transducer system while adding new technology that neutralizes any masking effects in the audio's frequency response.
Measuring just 1.75 inches in height, this compact wireless sound bar crams some serious audio hardware onboard, including a 3.1-channel amplifier, four 3-inch drivers, and three 1-inch aluminum dome tweeters.
Striking the perfect balance of refined style, practical size, and sonic clarity isn't easy. Audiofly's AF240 promises to hit the mark, all while coming in at a price that's well in the zone for a sensible pair of travel headphones.
Yamaha's newest stereo receiver doubles as a wireless network audio player, allowing you to stream all your music sources to every room at the house without being bogged down by a massive amount of wires.
It might look like a high-design desktop toy, but this unusual contraption from Joey Roth is an actual loudspeaker that uses a wooden ball at the bottom to diffuse the sound evenly around a 360-degree angle.
Designed for use during travel, Audio Technica's compact in-ear headphones feature a potent noise-canceling tech that allows it to mute up to 90 percent of ambient noise, allowing you to enjoy quiet moments even in the busiest environments.
JBL's new headphones combine its noise-canceling tech with the ability to control the amount of ambient noise you let in, allowing you to retain awareness of the surroundings even while immersed in your favorite tunes.
This limited-edition version of Gramovox's retro-inspired horn speaker commemorates the centennial of the legendary crooner, bringing a new mirrored-chrome finish to accompany the sounds of your favorite Sinatra classics.
These $29 ear buds aren't likely to mimic the performance of your favorite $500 cans, but they should sound better than the stock ones that come with your phone, all while packing stylish looks and a host of handy features.
Retro aesthetics, easy-to-use design, and Audioengine's signature sound come together in the outfit's latest flagship speakers, which continues the bang-for-your-buck tradition that has made them an audiophile-on-a-budget favorite over the last decade.