It’s easy to find a Bluetooth speaker these days, but not always effortless to find one that delivers consistently good sound. That becomes more of an acute consideration when size is a factor. The Sony SRS-XB3 is small enough to wield almost anywhere as a travel companion, yet boisterous enough to keep a small party entertained. With water-resistance and the ability to sync two speakers together, there is a lot to like here.
Polk Audio has been a long-standing player in the loudspeaker market, producing respectable speakers at price points with wide appeal. Their latest entry into the wireless market, the Omni S2 Rechargeable wireless speaker sure looks great, let’s find out if it should be on your audio wish list.
When you’re lining up some smooth tunes to keep you company, the last thing you want is the stress of a difficult set-up. Everything seems to be going wireless nowadays, from cameras to keyboards, and Monster pulls off the art of the wireless speaker beautifully–no stressful fiddling necessary.
Your computer’s built-in speakers are fine for system notifications, but for playing music, watching movies or gaming? You’ll be much happier connected to a sound system. For the ultimate PC audio experience, that connection can be wireless. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi speakers let you boost your PC audio experience, while being able to place the speakers virtually anywhere in a room.
Upgrade any stereo system into a wireless Sonos one with the Sonos ZonePlayer 90. Also known as the Sonos Connect, this little white device can easily hook up to an existing receiver or set of speakers in the living room, or anywhere in the home, depending on your needs.
February 6 is the birthday of one of the musical greats, Bob Marley. In celebration of the reggae star’s birthday, here’s a sneak peek at new House of Marley speakers and audio gear on display at CES 2016, courtesy of Best Buy’s Elliot Chun.