Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
At a CE Week demo, these 3.0-inch thick speakers you can hang on a wall with two-sided tape rivaled competitors several times larger.
New speakers range from a 38-inch model to a new 45-inch, 5.1-channel flagship that delivers true surround sound.
Venerable British audio company Bowers & Wilkins has been snapped up by a startup that's flush with Silicon Valley cash. Little-known Eva Automation has no publicly announced products, but it has top-notch management and superstar backing. Better still, B&W's Joe Atkins will remain as CEO.
Weatherproof, paintable enclosures house 1.0-inch tweeters and either 6.5- or 8.0-inch woofers.
The new products carry the same model names, with an HS2 suffix to denote they're of the new platform.
Need a powerful outdoor stereo that's also a drink cooler? Kube is an over-the-top solution that's super cool and super expensive.
The $500 Fi70 includes 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midranges, and 1-inch tweeters and is powered by a 280-watt amp.
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.