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Multiroom home audio is the ultimate gift. Whether you give a speaker at a time for occasions like birthdays or Father's Day, or go for a whole-home set up, multiroom audio like Sonos gives you the ultimate in versatility and easy operation.
Looking for a new pair of wireless over-ear headphones? Considering getting something with noise cancelling properties? Sony has just released two new options into its Extra Bass line. With long-lasting batteries, a corded option when you're stuck without charging, and Sony's amazing bass-laced soundscape, read about why these two options should be at the top of your list.
You really do need a speaker or sound bar for today's ultra thin flatscreen TVs. A new interesting and convenient option is the Sonos Playbase.
As you're dusting off the golf bag and inspecting your clubs you're no doubt taking inventory of all your gear. Whether you need a few sleeves of balls, a bag of tees, or perhaps some more serious technology like a GPS watch or a laser rangefinder, we've got some top picks you need to check out.
Inexpensive headphones are easy to find, and even premium headphones are becoming more common. But there's a lesser known category of ultra premium headphones. They can be quite expensive, but what do you get for the price? Read our review of the ultra-luxurious B&O Beoplay H9 wireless over-ear headphones.
Looking for a portable wireless speaker that's better than average? How about one that boasts 24 hours of battery life and a Bluetooth signal so strong you can use it all over your home and yard without breakup? Oh, and there's great sound and good looks too. Check out the B&O Beoplay A2 speaker.
It's time to stop looking at TVs as things we need to hide away. Samsung's new line of QLED TVs are beautiful enough to display anywhere plus they have some of the most advanced TV technology available meaning you'll also get top of the line video quality.
What's the difference between waterproof and water resistant? Are all water resistant speakers the same? The answer is ... no. To truly understand what you're getting, you need to know your electronic device's IP rating. Here's what the ratings mean and how to understand what you're getting.