AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
AV Peripherals and Systems Articles
If you are looking for an easy and affordable way to stream music in your home, the Sound Blaster Wireless for iTunes might be just what you need.
SonicGear says that the Xanadu X2 is an "extreme audio system" that promises excellent audio performance. We find out just what's so extreme about it.
The hand-built Sennheiser HD 800 headphones are Sennheiser's best yet. We try them out to see if it's worth the 1000 Euros price-tag.
The new Creative Inspire S2 2.1 speaker system is the latest flagship speakers in Creative's Inspire line-up. It promises big sound in a small package. We take it into our labs to see if its tiny satellites deliver the goods, and if the special DIRECT-THROW subwoofer rocks our world.
The QNAP NMP-1000 is a snappy, feature-packed network multimedia player with NAS functionality. We spend some time with it to see if it's any good.
Need iPod speakers small in size, but big in sound? The Panasonic SC-SP100 iPod speakers might be what you looking for.
The X-Mini II is the second generation of small but spunky speakers that will astound you with its audio output.
The NaimUniti music player finally reaches our shores. It can play music directly from USB flash drives, CDs, FM and Internet radio stations, and can even stream audio from your music server or PC. We had a hands-on session with this critically acclaimed music player to see what else it has to offer.
We take a closer look at Parrot's Zikmu speakers to see if it has the performance to match its Starck-designed looks.
Are you the type that can't get to sleep without music? Or perhaps you are a heavy sleeper with problems getting up in the morning? The Memorex iWakeUp clock radio for iPod promises to help