With education and businesses conducted over video conferencing becoming a regular affair, your fellow coworkers and friends may have forgotten how dashing you look. Let’s face it: some webcam makes us look hideous, as Lumina wants us to believe.
If you like extra sleek gadgets, then I am very confident that you will like Matt from DIY Perks’ latest build, the DIY USB-C Microphone. Trust me, you probably won’t want to look at any other microphone after seeing Matt’s build. I know I won’t.
If you have read my review of the AIAIAI TMA-2 HD Headphones, you will know how I swear by it. But however good the sound is, not everyone fancy being tethered. Understanding this, the Danish headphone maker has introduced two new wireless models: TMA-2 Move Wireless and TMA-2 Move XE Wireless.
Apple-owned Beats is late in the TWS game, but it is catching up quickly. After introducing its first-ever TWS earbuds in June, the headphone maker is quick to follow up with another pair: Beats Fit Pro. As the product name implies, it is of higher-end.
You know how it is when running with earbuds stuck in your sound holes. You can’t hear shit and that could be a dangerous thing in open environments. With this in mind, Sony presents its solution: Sony Off-Ear Headphones.
The soundbars Bose has hardly can be considered immersive cinema audio. That changes, though, with the new Bose Smart Soundbar 900 – its first Dolby Atmos-enabled soundbar.
This is the third time we are reviewing a GravaStar product and it is also the third time we are blown away by the sound. That’s right, folks. We are back with another GravaStar review. This time, we are auditioning the GravaStar Mars Pro.
Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin has come a long way since the days where it had a dock. The super high-end speaker system ditched the dock back in 2015 in favor of wireless audio streaming. Fast forward to 2021, the Zeppelin is back, reimagined for the streaming age and it is now better-sounding, better-looking, and well, …
The new Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones is lightweight and plush, and can be worn all day – thanks to the smooth cushions with no pleats, luxuriously plush synthetic leather, and minimal clamping force, and 24-hour battery life.
The last soundbar we saw from Sony is awesome and all, but with a starting price of US$1,299.99 it is definitely not wallet-friendly to everyone. This is where the new Sony Dolby Atmos/DTS:X 5.1.2ch HT-A5000 Soundbar comes in.