Don't-Miss Home Audio Stories
You don't need new headphones to benefit from Qualcomm's aptX HD codec.
While it has four individually switchable outlets, the Surge works best only as a manual on/off switch.
$100 isn’t chickenfeed, but this small speaker sounds like it should cost a lot more.
This boutique service hits all the right notes with FLAC streams and high-resolution downloads.
Thumbs up on the integrated headphone amp, thumbs down on the exaggerated bass.
Audiophiles might blanch at the presence of a single full-range transducer, but we have no complaints about its performance.
This tiny box will add high-res music streaming, hands-free calling, and remote control capabilities to any headphones.
Many won’t miss the extra features this tabletop radio is missing.
The Unison will stream just about any audio source in your home—including hi-res audio—while correcting your room's acoustic anomalies with Anthem Room Correction.
Decoding MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) tracks is this DAC’s raison d’être, but it can do more than that.
These cans don’t offer every state-of-the-art feature, but they’re supremely comfortable and they sound delightful.
The Crossfade 2 Wireless keeps the same style and customization options of the original while delivering an upgraded sound that will please audiophiles.
We all aspire to hang our TVs on the wall, but most of us will never get ours off the furniture.
The Playbase fits conveniently under your TV, but it’s not the best home theater speaker we’ve heard.
Blue brings its strut-like headband and a Class AB amplifier to a set of planar magnetic cans.