If you’re interested in some seriously inventive and powerful computer hardware, you’re going to want to check out the Keecker project up on Kickstarter. It’s called the world’s first ‘HomePod’, but it looks more like an 80s throwback of a futuristic robot pet. Don’t distract yourself with its appearance; you can always add decals, racing more »
Google really wants its hardware behind all the content you might enjoy on your home television sets. If you’ve been interested in a competitive alternative to Apple and Amazon, you’ll be able to preorder the Google Nexus Player soon, with the device hitting major retailers at the beginning of next month. The Nexus Player will more »
Although LED lighting is becoming more mainstream, we aren’t quite at the point of having a large variety of options. This is especially so, if you’re looking for something more than a standard bulb that screws in a lamp socket. Don’t get me wrong; those smartbulbs are pretty fantastic, especially the multi-color ones. The problem more »
Doors and locks are no strangers to advanced methods of operation and security. For years, homeowners could purchase and have installed locks with pinpad access. But with recent tech and the internet of things making its way into the home, options are plentiful and more affordable. If you’ve ever found yourself fumbling around for house more »
Phorus, of DTS, Inc., introduced the company’s new wireless home audio speaker, the Phorus PS5 Speaker, yesterday. The speaker utilizes DTS Play-Fi technology and can stream lossless, high-quality audio from users’ iOS, Android and Windows PCs for Wi-Fi-enabled multi-room audio.
Jamo (a Klipsch Group, Inc. brand) unveiled four new subwoofer models, named the J 10 SUB, the J 12 SUB, the J 110 SUB and the J 112 SUB. The four subwoofers comprise equal parts of the Jamo Studio line and the Jamo Concert line.
When it comes to saving, doing more doesn’t always generate the best results. At least when it’s the only action chosen. Quite often, less means more. Don’t believe me? Lets say you wanted to save up 5% more annually in an emergency fund. It’s very likely that trimming from overall spending will be easier than trying to get that 5% raise from your boss.
What if there was something you could introduce that would boost your wireless range? Well, you’d be dancing for joy, right? Enter the Sonos BOOST, and enter your Saturday night dance moves. It works by connecting directly to your router to create a dedicated Sonos network that boosts your wireless router’s range by 50 percent. Keep dancing!
Today is a big day for SVS as they have announced multiple new products hitting the market: the PC-2000 subwoofer and the Prime Series speaker line. The PC-2000 cylinder subwoofer is a new take on SVS’s original cylinder subwoofer, and it will be on display at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
Denon announced its newest sound bar yesterday, the DHT-T110. The TV Speaker Base is a single unit bar that supplies extra depth to TV sound that intends to live up to the high standards set by the age of 4K HD. Denon notes that as TVs get thinner, sound quality lessens. The DHT-T110 is meant to return more »
There are a lot of products coming out with a wireless feature for remote operation. Everything from sprinkler systems, AC units, thermostats, and fans can now come with an app for iOS and Android. More products are soon to follow – such is the nature of the Internet of Things. While some of these wireless-enabled more »
Klipsch has announced the launch of three new Reference subwoofers that will join the line’s R-10SW and R-12SW. The new R-110SW, R-112SW, and R-115SW are light and rigid and supply low-frequency response with minimal cone breakup and distortion. The all-digital amplifiers in each subwoofer delivers high efficiency power and accuracy in reproduction for a better audio experience. more »