AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
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The Jawbone Jambox is a perfect example of how good design and engineering can ensure that a product has both form and function. It not only looks amazing, but also performs better than its tiny stature would suggest.
Focal is known for the high quality and the pure tone of their audio products. They have finally come to the shores of Singapore with a line-up of their new 2.1 speakers and a few first time reveals. Read on to find out more.
Despite being shaped like a desktop mouse, SonicGear's latest iON2 is in fact a portable speaker in disguise. Find out if this tiny speaker projects more volume than it looks.
Shure claims the SRH550DJ Heaphones to provide professional DJ quality sound. With 500mm drivers and the ability to flip or rotate the ear-cups, along with a threaded gold 3.5mm input jack, the headphones talk the talk, but do they walk the walk as well? Read on.
Capable of playing most video formats such as AVI, MKV, TS, RMVB, FLV at up to 1080p, will the Realtek 1185DD-powered A.C. Ryan Playon!HD2 impress us? Read on to find out.
Embodying Logitech's latest high-end offering for its lineup of speaker systems, the Logitech Z906 is a powerful surround sound system that leverages on a total RMS power of 500 watts to produce intense audio to complement your music, movies and games. Find out more about it here.
Continuing its successful foray into the speaker docking systems market, Philips introduces an entire new range of Fidelio speakers along with offerings for the home entertainment and portable media player market segments. We highlight some of the key products to look out for.
According to Philips, the SHN4600 is ranked above the entry-level and cheaper SHN2600. Does it deliver as guaranteed? We find out.
Creative's latest series of wireless speakers uses the company's Wireless Modular Bluetooth connectivity to allow users to easily expand from a single-speaker setup to a 3.1 configuration. Sounds interesting? Read on for more details about it and other new products.
While the Creative ZiiSound T6 looks a lot like a larger version of the older GigaWorks T3, features such as wireless Bluetooth connectivity and USB audio definitely points to the fact that it is keeping up with the times. We shine the spotlight on its audio performance and capabilities to see how well it fares.