Creative's original Sound Blaster Roar was quite the runaway hit when it was released, and now the new Sound Blaster Roar 2 looks to fill the needs of customers who loved the sound of the original Roar, but wanted something a little more portable. We put it through its paces to see how it fares.
Creative’s Sound Blaster Roar blew us away with its combination of features, performance, and price last year, so when we were invited to Creative’s headquarters for an exclusive sneak preview of the brand new Sound Blaster Roar 2, we were understandably excited. Pictures and first impressions after the jump.
Both a speaker and a smart table lamp, the Yamaha Relit LSX-70 exudes elegance thanks to its sleek design. We run it through our tests to see if it sounds as good as it looks.
We saw the Creative Sound Blaster Roar earlier this year at CES and were blown away by its sheer output at its price point. Our initial preview article captured our first impressions of this punchy little wireless speaker after spending some time with it in a special session held at Creative's HQ. We've now obtained the final retail unit for review, so dive in and find out our final verdict!
After experiencing success with their line of circumaural, street-inspired headphones, Beats is entering the speaker market with the Beats Pill. Armed with Bluetooth wireless and NFC pairing technology, as well as Apt-X audio coding, the Pill seems to have all the right features.
As part of its diversifications efforts, Antec presents the a.m.p. SP1 portable Bluetooth wireless speaker. We play some tunes on it to see how it fares against the current bumper crop of portable wireless Bluetooth speakers.
If portability is the primary feature you desire from your wireless speaker, look not further than the Aigo BT300. Design-wise, it resembles a salt and pepper shaker. But how does it sound? We find out.