LG's LN5300 series TV isn't big on features, but makes up for it with a sharp picture supported by excellent color reproduction, solid black levels and an approachable price.
Logic 3’s Ferrari Cavallino T350 have a look and feel that is both luxurious and exotic – just as you would expect from Ferrari – unfortunately, their sound quality does the Ferrari name a serious disservice.
As budget TV’s go, it is hard to do much better than Samsung’s UN32EH4003. Its bright, vivid picture, attractive design and nearly-unbeatable price make it a likely candidate for those looking for an inexpensive bedroom or office TV. Just don’t expect much in the way of sound quality.
If you need a refrigerator, TV or solar panel, Westinghouse has you covered…but Bluetooth speakers? Believe it or not, the company best known for its appliances and TVs has come up with a portable Bluetooth speaker that sounds pretty good and is attractively priced.
Bowers & Wilkins trickles its signature sound and elegant aesthetic approach down to its most compact, affordable wireless speaker/dock yet.
Digital Treasures' Lyrix Duo portable speaker features a removable Bluetooth receiver that will convert any old audio system with RCA inputs into a wireless wonder.
Having previously struck us as a headphone company which values form over function, we were elated to discover that V-Moda has the engineering chops to develop a stellar-sounding set of full-sized cans. The M-100 are a real triumph and shouldn’t be missed.
Native Union’s Switch offers a look and feel that is well above par, and its sound quality can be quite excellent, too. But all of that goes out the window as soon as you make the “switch” from wired to wireless.
Pyle’s inexpensive PSBV200BT sound bar delivers the sort of bombastic bass that adds excitement to movies and TV shows, but its mediocre music performance and poor Bluetooth audio quality have us wondering if the speaker really is a good deal.
Denon takes a thoughtful stab at the wireless in-ear headphone market with the AH-W200, and although they have the potential to sound great, that potential is lost to buggy wireless connectivity and transmission problems.
Audiofly’s take on a balanced armature/dynamic driver hybrid earphone delivers the best of both technologies, resulting in an engaging sound that is simultaneously rich and spectacularly revealing.
As the official licensed headset of the MLG Pro Circuit, Turtle Beach’s XP Seven headset is under pressure to deliver. And it does, big time. With spectacular sound and even more spectacular custom controls, Turtle Beach’s flagship is a winner.
We love House of Marley’s earth-centric, charitable approach to business, and we know the company makes some great-sounding headphones, but the People Get Ready are not one of them.
While it can be argued that the world doesn’t need another Bluetooth speaker dock, the folks at Soundfreaq make a strong case with the Sound Platform 2, a versatile, affordable wireless speaker with sound quality that defies its price point.
If you're looking for a no frills, low-cost option for your first foray in to the gaming headset market, MadCatz offers the Tritton Kunai.