The Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 over-ear headphones goes straight into my top 3 list of best headphones I’ve had the pleasure of listening to. From their light weigh, quality materials, comfortable fit, to the clean and crisp, well balanced audio performance.
With the Soundfreaq Sound Kick SFQ-04 you get a lot of speaker for your money. The sound performance is well above what we normally experience at this price range and relative size of the speaker. Whilst slightly bigger than some well known competitors, it still delivers a good level of portability.
The Damson Jet has got some nifty tricks up its sleeve, including the completely wireless left / right stereo performance and how it uses the surface to generate a better bass performance. There are however some negatives to this method, and are the tricks enough to warrant the price? Find out inside.
The Azatom Droid has set out to prove that great things come in small packages, and when it comes to audio performance and punch-per-pound, the Droid delivers. You will struggle to find similar performance at this price range, so make sure you check out the full review inside.
While most of the dock adapter market has focused on Bluetooth or 30-pin to Lightning adapters, C4 Electronics have come up with their own dock adapter that will bring both AirPlay and DLNA streaming to your existing speaker docks in the Dolry HiFi Stone. Find out more and how it compares with other solutions inside.
Finally the Soen Audio TRANSIT has arrived following months of expectations, and to a large extent it delivers great design and audio performance as promised, bit how does it compare to other systems in the same price range. Read full review inside.
Yorkshire based Damson Audio have created a good portable speaker in the Oyster, proving that there is a growing industry of quality UK based audio devices in this genre. Sound performance is always a case of personal preference, and although the Damson Oyster delivers an overall good sound, I found it to have some minor issues.
There is no time like the present if you are in the market for a portable bluetooth speaker, as there are some great choices out there. The Bayan Audio Soundbook is amongst the better options in the market, offering up impressive audio performance in a small, portable, and stylish package.
Generally I’m not a fan of cases that add bulk to my iPad 4, but having tried out the Belkin Ultimate Keyboard case, I realize there are times when it is actually very useful. Especially when executed as well as Belkin has done with this one.
The Loewe Speaker 2Go is aiming for the high-end of the portable bluetooth speaker market, and it is doing so in style and with a punch. The combination of quality build and a strong, well balanced sound, could mean that they are on to a winner in their sector of the market.
One can’t help but love the ethos of the House of Marley brand and the legend that is Bob Marley. One of the latest products trying to live up to that history is their Chant Bluetooth portable speaker, a wireless streaming version of the earlier released portable HoM Chant speaker.
While attending the Gadget Show 2013 a visit to the Jabra stand ended with me leaving with a pair of the new Jabra Revo Wireless Bluetooth on-ear headphones that was just recently released here in the UK. While I am in the process of doing a hands-on review, here are my initial thoughts about the headphones.
We are a ‘plugged-in’ generation, but not everone can afford to pay the often high price that comes with good quality sound and style headphones. Enter RHA MA350, a set of earphones designed and engineered in the UK, offering up impressive audio performance at the budget end of the headphone market.
Over the last couple of weeks I have been trying out the latest wireless headphones from Sony; the MDR1-RBT over-ear Bluetooth headphones with NFC technology. While the full review is underway, I thought I would share my first impression and initial thoughts.
As a UK first we have got the information, and image, of the brand new AirPlay speaker from up and coming UK speaker brand Azatom. Meet the all new Azatom Stealth-Air.
If you are after something different for your iPad to protect it on travel and everyday use, check out Pack & Smooch Merino iPad sleeve in 100% German woolfelt and vegetable tanned leather.
The Azatom iWood6 is another great home audio system from this relatively new brand on the UK market, delivering a powerful and refined audio experience at a value for money price. Read full review inside.
There is no doubt that the HiddenRadio portable bluetooth speaker is unique with a great design, perhaps the best looking one I have seen, but there are still room for improvement for the next one. See full review here.
Azatom might not be a household speaker dock name, yet, but with the iWood 4 they are bringing a serious challenge in the mid-range speaker dock market with a combination of quality build, impressive power, and overall a good audio experience.