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The Bose SoundLink is intended to serve the sound needs of users who store their music on their smartphones and are on-the-move. Does the new product deliver on its brand promise? Will its large size affect mobility? We find out.
With the Panasonic SC-HTB550 2.1-channel home theater sound system, you can choose to set it up as a modern sound bar, or as two separate freestanding vertical speakers. Better yet, the subwoofer connects to the receiver wirelessly. Intrigued? Hit the jump to find out more.
The first ever Android-compatible headphones, the Image S4a, is a modification of the standard Klipsch Image S4. Equipped with a single multifunction button in addition to 8.5mm drivers, the Image S4a will set you back by S$169. Read on to see if the headphones are worth their price tag.
We had the opportunity to experience Libratone's Live and Lounge wireless speakers earlier today. Here's more of our thoughts on the Danish speakers coupled with AirPlay capabilities.
The success of Beats has brought about many celebrity-endorsed headphones. The latest one comes in the form of a flashy SL300 - an over-ear, closed-back headphones with active noise cancelling. We find out if it is worth its S$599 price tag.
If you have an older TV model, getting a new Blu-ray player might be a great option to renew its capabilities. The Panasonic DMP-BDT320 features a good range of Viera Connect Smart TV functions, along with the ability to handle 3D content.
As its name implies, the Sonos Play:3 comes with three drivers each powered by a dedicated Class-D amplifier, and enables streaming from your music library, music services, and radio stations. Read on to find out if this compact wireless music system delivers.
The eye-popping 4K resolution is probably the next big thing to wow consumers after the arrival of Full-HD on displays and imaging devices. Here's a quick roundup of 4K cameras and displays we've spotted at BroadcastAsia to give you an idea of what's to come.
Armed with 30mm drivers, the Asus CineVibe Rumble Feedback USB Gaming Headset is described by ASUS as having "optimal bass vibration" along with "breathable and antiseptic Japan-made protein ear cushions". Find out if it lives up to its claims.
A good pair of earphones is essential in this day and age. We take a look at the two main competing technologies, Balanced Armature and Dynamic Drivers, and see what they offer to those looking for a good pair of entry-level earphones.