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.
Sennheiser has finally updated their $16,000 limited-edition headphones from 1991, packing it with even more meticulous engineering, in-cup amplifiers, and a new sound processor to deliver an even more premium version of the greatest headphones ever made.
Bowers & Wilkins finally brought their blimp-inspired loudspeaker into the modern times, removing the Lightning dock and adding wireless support for the most common streaming standards, all while fitting in five audio drivers with dedicated class-D amps for a really big sound.
The smallest speaker in Bose's SoundTouch line, it brings big sound in a compact and affordable package, making it ideal for filling smaller rooms with your favorite current hits, timeless classics, and guilty listening pleasures.
Chances are, your music never sounded as good as it will in this compact speaker that houses six drivers with dedicated amps, three mid-woofers, and three tweeters, with the ability to dynamically adjust its sound profile based on the layout of the room and its position inside it.
Embracing the styling of classic radios of old, the Revo Supersystem combines elegant design with modern conveniences. If you want a single music system that can do it all in style, this just might be the perfect fit for that empty spot in your media cabinet.
You want the best headphones money can buy, but don't really have more than three Benjamins to spend on a premium model? Meet the $250 headphones that, some say, can replicate sounds only four-figure headphones can deliver.
Instead of grooming supplies, this dopp kit is designed to carry your tech essentials, with designated compartments for every box, cable, and irregularly-shaped electronics in your everyday gadget stash.
How many speakers can you fit in a sound bar? If you're Yamaha, it's, apparently, a lot, with their new YSP-5600 model boasting a 44-speaker array, allowing it to bring 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos surround sound to even the smallest apartments.
Looking to upgrade your audiophile speakers? Bowers & Wilkins just rebooted their flagship 800 Series Diamond line, boasting a restyled cabinet, redesigned components, and audio quality the company is billing as “the future of sound fidelity.”