Not long ago, I reviewed the Inateck BTSP-10 Bluetooth speaker. As you may remember, I was extremely impressed by its great audio in a small package. The price was on the high side for a budget company, but man was it worth it. Now Inateck has released a follow up to ... Read More »
Back in the day of the original Galaxy S, audiophiles were thrilled with the Wolfson DAC built into the devices. This, along with a mod called Voodoo Sound, allowed the Galaxy S to pump out some seriously high quality audio that blew other Android devices out of the water. It was ... Read More »
My last review on an Inateck Bluetooth speaker was on a budget model, and that speaker really excelled for its price. The audio was surprisingly high quality and clear, and the build quality was pretty decent, especially considering it was one of the cheapest Bluetooth speakers I’ve ever had. ... Read More »
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We’re no strangers to tough speakers. G-Project and many other brands have built speakers that can withstand impacts, drops, and even getting run over by a car. However, something I haven’t gotten the pleasure to test so far is a feature that can save a speaker from the one place I’m afraid ... Read More »
The Samsung Gear Circle is definitely an interesting accessory, and it’s finally out in the U.S. The Gear Circle is a set of Bluetooth earphones that are designed to magnetically clasp together at the ends and become a necklace for easy carrying. And to warn you that you’re getting a call, the piece on the ... Read More »
I previously reviewed the Soundfreaq Sound Spot and quickly fell in love with it, due to its portability and powerful sound. And when Soundfreaq announced the Double Spot, I was intrigued. It looks like two Sounds Spots glued together, but takes a more stationary design standpoint. How ... Read More »
My friend recently bought a ~$20 portable speaker from a Walgreens. He didn’t care about audio quality, he just needed a louder speaker than what’s built into his smartphone in a pinch. I understand that point of view, but I couldn’t imagine sacrificing audio quality just to spend so little, as Read More »
Sounfreaq’s original Sound Kick portable Bluetooth speaker blew my mind. Back when I thought my options were an expensive Bose speaker or a small (but still expensive) Jambox that sounded pretty bad, taking a chance on a company I hadn’t heard of wasn’t easy. But that thing impressed me in every way, and I fell ... Read More »
In a move to take on companies like Beats and Bose, Samsung is using their name to push a new brand of premium audio products called Samsung Level. Originally announced several months ago, starting tomorrow Samsung’s Level premium audio products will finally be available in the US.
The starting lineup for Level includes four accessories:
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A favorite company of mine, Soundfreaq, has just launched the new Pocket Kick Bluetooth speaker. The Pocket Kick is the successor to the Sound Kick, the first Soundfreaq speaker I ever used. Though it’s similar in many ways, it changes things up by shrinking significantly and adding a longer lasting battery.
The little speaker is only ... Read More »