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During my visit to Indonesia back in February, I ended up reviewing two speaker systems handcrafted there, with pricing at either end of the spectrum. On the starting end, I tested Aurel Bryan speakers, which I will report on in a different article. And on the top end, I tested the Vermouth Audio Little Luccas mkII Limited Edition Upgrade 2. Both speakers are famous beyond Indonesia, in places like Australia and European countries.
Sometimes the mobile accessories that garner the most attention are the simplest, whether it's a ring you can affix to the back of a phone case, a remote button-operated selfie capturing device, or some other cute trinket. These types of gadgets shouldn't be discounted for a number of key reasons.
While The Frame from Samsung isn't quite state-of-the-art, it's a very good TV. Its signature feature - the ability to display static art when it's not being used for video - makes it the coolest TV on the planet right now.
Last year's 900E series was Sony's hottest television, offering the best price-to-performance ratio amongst the entire Sony TV line-up. How does the latest model stack up? I took an in-depth look at the 55X900F XBR-series UHD TV to gauge.
Huawei unveiled its latest flagship smartphones at an event in New York City today, the P20 and P20 Pro, as the Chinese brand looks to gain further traction in North America.
Bass is a difficult creature. Any room almost inevitably wreaks havoc, no matter how good the speaker is. Below 100Hz, the speaker's sound is reflected around the room and the direct sound arrives to your ear in one big lump with the room effects.
The Sonos One has been out in Canada since October 2017, but it was only today that Alexa, Amazon's digital voice assistant, rolled out as an update for the speaker north of the border. But we've been playing with it for several months now.
Swedish audio brand Defunc is anything but a household name in Canada. But its Duo Bluetooth wireless stereo speakers speak to a pretty wide user subset.
I've never been a fan of powered speakers, other than ones from Mackie and Genelec. I find that too many powered speakers don't sound natural, but rather have boomy bass and shrill treble. Mackie and Genelec speakers, on the other hand, sound extremely accurate without unnecessary "spices." But there's one problem: they are very expensive, running around $2,000 to $3,000 per pair.
Truly wireless earbuds have become a growing sub-category within the crowded personal audio space. And newcomer Rowkin is trying to get noticed with its Surge earbuds, which boast a hybrid-style design.