Don't-Miss Home Audio Stories
It’ll fill the smaller spaces in your home with sound, but you’ll need its bigger sibling for the living room.
The Meze 99 Classics are an exhilarating experience for the serious music lover.
In the ear, over the ear, or on the ear: We examine three headphone types and name the the best for music lovers.
The smallest and least expensive powered speaker in the Raumfeld lineup punches way above its weight class.
These loudspeakers only look like they came from a '70s catalog.
The combo delivers very solid performances with both movies and music, and it can be incorporated into a multi-room audio system.
Few Bluetooth speakers sound or look as good as the T7 Portable Wireless Speaker, but it has some flaws.
This could be the best sounding set of wireless on-ear headphones that you’ll ever clamp to your skull. If you can afford it.
Sugr puts a unique spin on the wireless speaker.
Small, light, and priced right (but it's also dog slow).
Pioneer's great-sounding, feature rich, Android-based player's only major drawbacks are its lack of MacOS support and its bulky size.
If you can get past its functional quirks, Questyle's player will reward you with lush, satisfying sound.
The Zipp and Zipp Mini sound good, but they illustrate the distinction between a multi-room audio system and a whole-home audio system.
The small and lightweight Riva S is a music-lover and audiophile’s portable dream-come-true
For professional recording engineers, Pro Tools is this industry standard, but creative types will find it surprisingly suitable—there's even a free version to get you started.