When I bought my 2018 Volkswagen Golf R, I was disappointed that VW no longer offers Dynaudio audio as a factory upgrade option in Canada. It was offered for my 2010 Golf GTI, but now, Fender Premium Audio is the upgrade option for the GTI line.
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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.
The Instant Pot will likely be found under many a tree this year. The small appliance has struck a chord with customers everywhere, and has become one of the hottest kitchen tech appliances this year.
The company's latest take on the Android smartphone is fairly generic, but in a good way.
Bryston's new wireless tabletop sound system is capable of high output and impressive dynamics. It's also commendably neutral-sounding. For people who are used to lifestyle audio products, the BryFi BW-1 will be a revelation.
Montreal start-up Bluewave is looking to give wired headphones new life with a small Bluetooth wireless amplifier called the Get.
A hands-on look at the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, which combines the best of both fitness tracking and smart notifications worlds.
Imagine my surprise when the Lenco brand was revived back in 2014. After a very long wait, I purchased the new L-175 turntable, which has a glass top, built in phono pre-amp, and USB output, along with a very good tone arm.
iPhone X landed in eager Canadian hands on Friday in Canada. The $600 down (64GB option) on a monthly $95 for two years through Telus (in Alberta0 plan begs the question: How does it compare to the 64GB Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the second most expensive phone costing $550 down on a monthly $95 per month?
A hands-on look at the Lemon California Roll solar-powered portable Bluetooth speaker, first introduced at CES 2017.
More than any speaker I've heard in my home, Totem Acoustic's new Signature One puts me in touch with the emotional content of the music: the raw pagan; the agonized yearning of Robert Plant singing "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" on the first Led Zeppelin album; the ecstatic rapture in Renée Fleming's 1996 recording of Richard Strauss' Four Last Songs.