The iPhone accessory market is full of very cool products, and Arcam’s new MusicBoost case is the latest to join that list. At a light weight of just 100 grams and enough juice to fully recharge your iPhone, the MusicBoost has four uses in one: it’s a protective case, DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter), headphone […]
The Good: Huge sound, decent looks, good connectivity The Bad: Poor trebles, plasticky build quality, expensive for its features The Bottom Line: For the audio perfectionist, the Boom Evolution may fail to impress. For bass lovers, it will probably be unrelentingly pleasing. Any speaker with “Boom” in its name tends to fall into one of two categories — […]
The Pros: Well-made, classy design, good comfort, superb audio clarity and depth The Cons: No head strap cushioning, and no clip to stop the arms folding The Bottom Line: Exceptional sound with pleasing build quality at a competitive price — what’s not to like? When you find the words “Made in England” emblazoned across a […]
The Good: Decent design, wireless connectivity, good remote control, loud and bassy sound The Bad: Lacklustre looks, plasticky parts, poor touch controls, sound quality degradation at high frequencies The Bottom Line: At £200, the Cayman is far from the worst speaker you could buy in this price range, but neither is it the best Modern […]
The Good: An aesthetically perfect companion for a mobile music lover that adds depth and character to any high quality music source. The Bad: Nothing to speak of apart from the cost; your headphones will need to be good to get the full value of this product. The Verdict: This maybe a game changer for music […]
Ministry of Sound, the world-famous nightclub and music brand, this week launched its Ministry of Sound Audio Range, featuring a host of premium audio devices including portable wireless speakers, Wi-Fi connected multi-room home speakers and high-quality headphones. The new range of audio products have been developed in collaboration with the sound engineers and DJs from […]
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.
OTONE’s Blufiniti speaker is a curvy but great sounding portable Bluetooth speaker. At £49.99 it comes across as a bargain, but is it worth your money? Read the full review to find out!
This is a review of Damson’s British-made bone conducting headphones called Headbones. Priced at £99.99, they work using a Bluetooth connection and sit on the temporal bone, just level with and in front of your ears.