Beats By Dr. Dre, undoubtedly one of the hottest brands on the planet right now, is flexing its marketing muscle yet again on an ambitious social media-powered tree made entirely of Beats Pills wireless speakers.
Call it conditioning, developed over many years: Tiny speakers always make me think, “Oh boy, is this going to sound tinny.” That’s why I was so pleasantly surprised by the Democracy Revolving Portable Bluetooth Speaker. Made by folks with backgrounds in car audio, Democracy handles deep bass with aplomb and displays no noticeable distortion even when it’s cranked all the way up.
Every year around the holidays, I start to get an anxious feeling. My mind and body instinctively know deep down what’s coming shortly after New Year’s Day: another grueling trek to (and, shudder, within) Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show.
Ever get toasted with your friends late night and come up with a great (or at least intriguing) idea? “Wilfred” star Elijah Wood and his Wooden Wisdom DJ partner Zach Cowie did. And they came up with what we believe are the first headphones to be made of whiskey barrels.
Everyone loves a good comeback story, especially if the protagonist is worthy of adoration. Sort of like the Christopher Nolan reboot of the Batman movie franchise. Or Mickey Rourke’s excellent return to acting in The Wrestler and Iron Man 2. Yeah, that’s right, comics!
With the vast (and ever-growing) sea of audio products available, it becomes harder and harder to get noticed. It takes the right combination of elements to get that attention and then deliver with quality that people will love and keep.
Wireless speakers have recently been making a bit of a turnaround in terms of design vs. quality. The ultra-portable fist-size type are being eclipsed by bigger and more robust versions. People are looking for better sound quality in a design that they can still bring anywhere.
Kicker Performance Audio announced that it will debut two new products at CES: one Bluetooth speaker and one set of headphones. The mid-size Amphitheater K3 Speaker System with Bluetooth is the first Kicker wireless speaker system to possess Bluetooth aptX audio coding technology as well as NFC (near-field communication) technology. A 3.5mm auxiliary input and a USB port more »
With many newly released headphones featuring Bluetooth and/or NFC, I’m sure that many of you are starting to feel left out. It’s worse if you’ve actually tried wireless headphones, since you know exactly what you’re missing out on. Once you go wireless, it’s seriously hard to ever go back.
With the holiday shopping season practically in full-swing and counting down, the fervor for gift-purchases can get pretty competitive. It’s no big deal when you have your list and attack plan for the friends and family in mind, but what about something for that someone who practically has everything?
Let’s face it. Wireless and headphones go together like peanutbutter and chocolate. The best part is that we’re getting more and more options to choose from. Accessory Power, an electronic accessory manufacturer, has just introduced the latest wireless headphones by GOgroove. The BlueVIBE DLX Hi-Def Bluetooth Headphones boast high-quality sound and more. The BlueVIBE DLX Hi-Def has some of the right features to make it a great contender.
Many recent Bluetooth speakers have focused on rugged portability. If you’ve been waiting to hear about some indoor-mostly speakers, you got it. Wren Sound Systems, a company made of audio industry veterans, has announced the latest Wren speaker. The Wren V5BT Bluetooth Speaker joins up with its V5AP Airplay and V5PF Android siblings for sophisticated styling and rich sound.