Sennheiser has entered the automotive sector with an Ambeo immersive audio solution for in-car entertainment and communication in collaboration with Southern California-based luxury automaker, Karma Automotive.
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Earlier this year, I was given the opportunity to try out the Amazon Echo Link and Amazon Echo Amp, designed as Amazon's first foray into the hifi streaming game. Both can connect to your existing stereo system to purportedly offer high-fidelity music streaming along with Alexa voice controls.
The popular navigation app Waze has announced that YouTube Music is its newest audio player partner, giving drivers a new way to listen to music while safely driving.
MSE Audio's Rockustics SquareRoot 6.5 Coaxial Planter Speaker functions as both an outdoor speaker and a planter, featuring weep holes to accommodate the watering of live plants.
The GoCube is a modern, high-tech take om the classic Rubik's Cube with a reinvented design that allows players to compete against others from around the world.
In a letter to dealers, Lenbrook has announced that it is ceasing distribution of Bang & Olufson products.
KanexPro has launched a line of certified premium high-speed HDMI cables, including Super Slim Certified Premium High-Speed HDMI Cables, Certified Premium High-Speed HDMI Cables, Active Fiber High-Speed HDMI Cables, Active Fiber High-Speed DisplayPort 1.4 Cables, and Active 18G High-Speed HDMI Cables.
ZAGG Inc. has named Erikson Consumer as the exclusive distributors of its Braven and iFrogz brands in Canada, effective immediately.
MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive, and Rockustics, will showcase its Phase Technology Variable Length Soundbar for custom fit soundbars at CEDIA Expo 2019 next month.
The NVIDIA Shield TV (starting at $229) is a full-featured streaming box that runs on the latest Android TV software. Many users and reviewers have classified it as the "King of Android TV". So I bought one a while back, but I didn't agree...until now.
Nantes, France-based StormAudio, available in Canada through Azione Group dealers, has completed in-house development of a proprietary HDMI card that, when it comes to market in late September 2019, will be integrated into its preamp/processors and available as an upgrade for 4U StormAudio processors in the field.