Seems like every musician you can name has a pair of headphones with their name on 'em. Dr. Dre, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Quincy Jones, Ludacris, Bob Marley, and Miles Davis. We need a battle royale! Well, here you go...
The speaker cones on a brand new set of speakers—even cheap ones like these—shouldn't look like that. Nope that's definitely wrong. I hope it's fixable. Someone at Brando Workshop is going to get fired.
Seeing the success B&W’s had with the Zeppelin and Zeppelin Air, another British hi-fi company wants in on that lucrative iPod dock money-maker. Monitor Audio's i-Deck 200 is a dead ringer for the first Zep, with cool curves and audiophile aspirations, albeit without the Wi-Fi and at a lower price.
Portable speakers sacrifice sound quality for size. That will always be the case. But some really sacrifice. Soundmatters' foxLv2 Platinum Bluetooth speaker, however, promises big sound in a little package.
Pigs. Pork. Bacon. Ham. Belly. Shoulder. Chops. Sausages. Iberian. Serrano. I don't care I love it all. And the only way to properly honor my love for pork is to buy Speakal's ridculous pig-shaped speaker where you change the volume by pressings its ears.
Genelec's 6000A speaker is roughly as powerful as a pair of Harman Kardon's Soundsticks (minus the sub), comes housed in an attractive aluminum body and, given the company's history, probably contains quality components.
One reason even sound nerds are abandoning high-fidelity audio gear is that its ugly. The appearance of these products doesn't always sing. This USB interface will improve the sound of your digital music, and it's handsome enough that you'll care.
MOG finally released a desktop app for OS X to accompany their web and smartphone-based players, which is great. But what makes it really interesting is that it's one of the first non-Apple desktop apps to offer native AirPlay support.