AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
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Instead of the usual Bluetooth connection, Sennheiser went the Kleer technology route with its CES 2008 debutant, the MX W1 wireless stereo earphones.
Except for Apple's iPod, it can be hard to decide which MP3 player to get. The latest one is the flash based Sony NWD-E020F.
With its user-friendly menu and access to unlimited music around the world, the Freecom MusicPal is for you if you don't mind its mediocre sound quality.
While expensive, the Bowers and Wilkins iPod speaker system may just be the best in the market, satisfying even the most stringent audiophile.
Better bass than most and at a price that isn't too exorbitant for its class of audio fidelity. That's what you'll get from the Audio Technica ATH-CK10 headphones.
Discover why the Sony NWZ-A826 Walkman Player holds its own against the competition with a great overall package at an attractive price.
The DViCO TViX HD M-6500A is a versatile HD playback machine with comprehensive format support and hassle-free operation.
Not getting a response from a friend who's jacked into a pair of Sony's MDR-NC500D noise cancelling headphones? Read on to find out why.
Transforming your notebook into an entertainment powerhouse can be as easy as attaching it to the Logitech AudioHub portable sound docking station.
The Philips GoGear SA6025 is a decent flash based media player for those looking for something simple and competent.