The ‘Stereo L’ speakers are wireless floor standing speakers for a larger ‘show piece’ room or main lounge. They have a built in amplifier and audio DAC, allowing the streaming of stored music or other streaming services such as Tidal or Spotify
KitSound is one such outfit, and the Pocket Hive is the most portable speaker in the British firm’s range. It is unusually shaped — hexagonal, mimicking honeycomb — and competitively priced at a R.R.P. of £40.
The Liberate BT has Marley’s signature look, and at £99.99 it fits into the firm’s usual mid-range price point. But can it deliver the sound quality and usability to match?
The Bluesound Node is a wireless streaming music player that finally connects all of your digital music to any existing stereo system.
The Good: Nice range of colours, decent sound, impressive battery life The Bad: Poor build quality, confused remote, no music sync The Bottom Line: The colours are pretty and the sound is decent, but it looks and Read more…
Last week the guys over at OTONE — a British audio company — took a different approach to product launches. Rather than inviting everybody to a single location to announce the launch of their new Read more…
Raumfeld’s new suite of streaming products include high quality floor-standing room fillers, very stylish book shelf cubes and a simple high quality speaker for your ‘quieter rooms’.
The ECOXBT Bluetooth speaker is meant to be completely waterproof, but can it really be that protected from H2O and still produce good sound? Time to find out.