Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
The Sound Blaster crew has some crazy ideas about how we should listen to music.
Hubs and compoents from Insteon will soon be able to control Sonos multi-room audio systems.
The X-Fi Sonic Carrier packs 15 drivers, a wireless subwoofer, Dolby Atmos support, and an 800-watt amplifier.
Ultimate Ears is embracing the social aspect of listening to music with a new app feature that lets up to 3 devices connect to its line of UE Bluetooth speakers.
Trueplay software can customize Sonos speakers to play the best they possibly can in the rooms they’re in.
The speaker gets its name from its water-resistant enclosure—you can even rinse it off under a faucet.
Link a series of Pulse 2's together, and they'll play the same music and light show.
After a steady slew of improvements, Amazon removes the invite-only tag from its voice-controlled speaker.
This powerful Wi-Fi speaker brings the open-source concept to audio, and it can be used indoors or out.
New speakers from add a home-theater zone to HEOS networks.
Sonos speaker systems are amazing--but proprietary. Harman's SDK lets the speakers be used as intercom systems or to route voice commands to smart appliances, among other possibilities.
Its builder claims this multi-faceted emergency-preparedness power center can even jumpstart your car battery.
The low-tech, low-budget solution redirects sound waves from a TV's down-firing speakers towards the viewer.
Owners can now bark out orders to buy stuff. And thus, the endgame for Amazon’s cylindrical speaker is revealed.
Though Hitachi is the only big-name win, AllPlay has added several new vendors, Bluetooth, and line-in res-streaming, and now supports stereo speaker pairs.
The update also simplifies home theater setups and paves the way for more features in the Sonos app.