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Amazon Launches Echo Sub, Echo Link, Link Amp And More

It is a gadget galore today for Amazon. The online retail giant has announced a slew of new products that will further imprints Echo in your life, right down to your automobile. Among the gadgets announced are Echo Sub (yes, it is a subwoofer!), Echo Link, Echo Link Amp, Echo Input, Echo Wall Clock (yup, even wall clock isn’t spared either), an all-new Echo Dot, all-new Echo Plus, all-new Echo Show and finally, there’s the Echo Auto, that puts the power of Alexa inside the car. Continue reading Amazon Launches Echo Sub, Echo Link, Link Amp And More

Mass Fidelity Core is Over 1,400% Funded, Extends Campaign and Adds Core Wireless Subwoofer

the market has spoken. audio fanatics want a speaker that not only promised good sound but also looks awesome, and the result is over 1,400 percent in funding from more than 2,000 backers for Mass Fidelity’s The Core Wireless Speaker System. encouraged by the overwhelming response, the Canada-based audio equipment maker has extended its Indiegogo campaign for another month (seriously, we didn’t know it can be done) and in addition, it has introduced new perks and also introduces the Core Wireless Sub. though the wireless speaker system touts impressive bass on its own, the Core Wireless Subwoofer is here to satisfy hardcore bass heads. Continue reading Mass Fidelity Core is Over 1,400% Funded, Extends Campaign and Adds Core Wireless Subwoofer

Ceramic Subwoofer by Joey Roth

Ceramic Subwoofer by Joey Roth
Ceramic Subwoofer by Joey Roth | US$695 | www.joeyroth.com

visually impressed by Joey Roth’s Ceramic Speakers but not quite with its lack of warm, low-end thumping sound? well, here’s a good news for you bass heads out there, the Joey Roth’s Ceramic Subwoofer should fill that bass void that has being bugging you all this while and best of all, it continues with the visually pleasing legacy and matches your existing Ceramic Speakers perfectly. this sleek ceramic subwoofer features a 50-watt Class D amplifier housed inside a minimalist brushed stainless steel chassis that doubles as based Continue reading Ceramic Subwoofer by Joey Roth

SONOS Sub

SONOS Sub
(photos: SONOS) SONOS Sub | from US$599.00 | www.sonos.com/

if you happen to own a SONOS wireless audio system, you probably already contemplating adding a sub to it for reasons that we need not elaborate. it seems that SONOS understand this and wants you to meet SONOS Sub, a wireless subwoofer that will solve the inadequate low frequency woes, so to speak. this self-powered subwoofer (yes, it still has one cable tied to it: the power cable) connects to your existing SONOS amplified components such as CONNECT:AMP, PLAY:5 and PLAY:3 and features two force-canceling speakers positioned face-to-face. Continue reading SONOS Sub

Bowers & Wilkins MT-50 and MT-60D Mini Theater

Bowers and Wilkins Mini Theater
(photos: B&W) Bowers & Wilkins MT-50 and MT-60D Mini Theater | US$tba | www.bowers-wilkins.com

as a style-conscious home theater enthusiast, you probably would be concerned with how your 5.1 system looks as much as how it sounds. we have see a plethora of 5.1 systems in the market but not many can claim a look that matches its sound. the new Bowers & Wilkins Mini Theater just happens to be one of the few that can probably stake its claim on both the look and sound department. designed around its updated M-1 compact speaker, the new Mini Theater is available in two versions: the more affordable MT-50 and the higher-end MT-60D. differentiating between the two is the subwoofer used: the MT-50 is coupled with the ASW608 subwoofer, while the MT-60D is joined in holy matrimony with the PV1D subwoofer. Continue reading Bowers & Wilkins MT-50 and MT-60D Mini Theater

Soundmatters foxLO palm-sized Hi-Fi Subwoofer

Soundmatters foxLO Hi-Fi Subwoofer
(photos: Soundmatters) Soundmatters foxLO Hi-Fi Subwoofer | US$149.00 | www.soundmatters.com

what’s a good sound without a boost in the low frequency department? Absolutely horrendous I supposed, especially true to bass heads. if you are a serious audiophile who demands the best out of your desktop, laptop or whatever, then an addition of an audiophile-grade subwoofer like the new foxLO Hi-Fi Subwoofer from Soundmatters is a must. highlights of the foxLO include the patented Linear Magnetic Drive™ woofer technology with proprietary radiator system, USB-A charging port, variable bass level with power LED indicator, and full pass audio out via 3.5mm that offers a full-range signal to speakers that has no subwoofer output. Continue reading Soundmatters foxLO palm-sized Hi-Fi Subwoofer

Twelve South BassJump 2 USB-powered subwoofer

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(photos: Twelve South) Twelve South BassJump 2 Subwoofer | US$69.99 | www.twelvesouth.com

the speakers on the MacBook is anything but ideal even for non-audiophiles. you probably can’t get it to reach the audiophile benchmark without spending hundreds of dollars and weighing yourself down with external speakers or sound processor but lucky for us, there’s this nifty gadget called BassJump 2 from Twelve South. as the name suggest, it is the second generation BassJump that is designed specifically for MacBook Pro and Air to give your silver gadget a boost in the low frequency department. being USB-powered, means there is no adapter-clutter to worry about and its small foot print lets you bring it anywhere, anytime to wherever you wish. included in this $69.99 package is a custom software that blends the music from the built-in MacBook speakers with the extra bass churns out by the BassJump’s 77-mm low-frequency driver. Continue reading Twelve South BassJump 2 USB-powered subwoofer