AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
The new Creative T3250 Wireless features Bluetooth connection that enables it to stream music wirelessly from most stereo Bluetooth devices. To improve performance, it utilizes various technologies developed by the company, including the Creative Image Focusing Plate and Creative Dual Slot Enclosure.
After last year's VPL-FHZ55, which was the world's first 3LCD laser light source projector, Sony has now introduced the VPL-FHZ700L with a higher 7,000 lumens of color brightness. The company also took the opportunity to refresh its C, D, E series projectors.
The ultra portable speaker segment is a curious one, while the size of these speakers makes them easy to bring around, it also limits the number of drivers manufacturers can place in them, and so the audio quality. We compare the latest such as the Creative MuVo Mini and the Logitech X300 to see how they fare.
Cooler Master's new Resonar in-ear headphones features Bass FX technology, which allows you to physically move the bass drivers to adjust the sound to your liking.
Spinning off from the award-winning GigaWorks T40 series, the Creative T50 Wireless is a 2.0-channel speaker system that supports Bluetooth and NFC for fuss-free wireless connection, as well as the aptX audio codec for high quality music streaming.
Audio-Technica’s new CKR series includes five models that promise to offer the same clean sounds and accurate balance as those found in the popular CKM series.
In anticipation of future Apple Beats audio devices, Samsung is launching its four new premium "Level" audio products in the U.S., which includes two headphones, one earphone and a Bluetooth speaker.
Monster has just announced the launch of their 2014 line-up, notably a limited edition Diamondz collection and a new flagship headphone. Hit the jump for more details.
The SB Inferno headset uses 40mm full spectrum Neodymium drivers and has a detachable microphone so that you can get it out of the way when you're listening to music or watching movies.
Club 3D has announced its new USB 3.0 to 4K display adapter. This adapter will allow you to use your Ultra HD display with current devices that have USB 3.0 ports, but are unable to output in 4K resolutions.