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JBL & Harmon Kardon – New Entrants to SS market

JBL & Harmon Kardon – New Entrants to Smart Speakers market JBL and Harmon Kardon have become new entrants into the smart speaker market. Harmon Kardon the parent brand of JBL have both grown to become well-known households brand for audio devices among many other devices. The growth has allowed them to expand and explore […]

Bose Headphones – Block out the sound with Amazon Alexa

Introducing Bose Headphones Bose headphones are the noise-cancelling headphones you didn’t know you needed. ‘Two decades ago, Bose pioneered noise-cancelling headphones for consumers based on a simple belief — nothing should come between you and your music.’ Not so long ago headphones were used solely for entertainment. Not anymore. Today it has become an all-day, […]

Bose Soundlink Micro Review

Portable speakers are a great way to bring the party anywhere, but they often forgo sound quality for portability. That’s not the case with the Bose SoundLink Micro; nearly two years after its releaes, this waterproof speaker remains one of our favorites. It even has an elastic strap that can loop around your bike or […]

Roku Express Streaming Stick Review

Roku revamped its lineup of streaming devices in early October 2017, announcing updates to the Express, Streaming Stick, and Ultra, and introducing the new Streaming Stick+. It was a predictable move, given recent updates rolled out by Amazon (the Fire TV) and Apple (the Apple TV 4K) which greatly improved upon those devices’ capabilities — […]

Bose QuietComfort 35 II review

If you want a top of the line pair of headphones, then you’ll definitely want a pair that offer both wireless operation and active noise cancellation – which is no easy feat considering the issues that frequently arise around Bluetooth and audio quality. Enter the Bose QC35 II headphones, which were the first pair of […]

Amazon Echo 3rd Gen Review

Alexa is better than ever, and the latest, third-generation Echo uses the same acoustic design and drivers as the Echo Plus, but removes the Zigbee home automation hub and temperature sensor. It turns a speaker with gimmicks most people ignore into a speaker that sounds louder and fuller than the previous Echos for the same […]