Posts Tagged: "Sound"

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NudeAudio Super-M Bluetooth Speaker Review

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lot of portable speakers claim to be rugged, to bear the brunt of the elements and laugh at getting wet. They also tend to cut back on the quality of the audio in order to project this point of view in their outer shell. The results is an impressive chassis...

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Bem Speaker Band Review

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hat’s the deal with the whole “smart watch” thing when it’s the phone in the pocket doing all the heavy lifting? I don’t need little apps dancing in an LCD window, the whole purpose of the original Dick Tracy watch was that it was a telephone. Now sure the 21st...

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Yamaha YSP-1400 Digital Sound Projector Review

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ll sound bars use speakers contained inside of an enclosure. To get multichannel audio, not just stereo, either a sound bar comes with a pair of satellite speakers or uses a psycho-acoustic program to simulate the “effect” of added speakers. Where the Yamaha YSP-1400 Sound Projector differs is that it...

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iRig MIC Cast Review

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verybody knows that smart phones have replaced point and shoot cameras, and it’s no secret that the quality of the phone’s camera has improved from one model to the next. Not so mentioned is the quality of the phone’s microphone — the original purpose being for phone calls but also...

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Hitachi HSB32B26 Bluetooth Sound Bar Review

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A sound bar must server two purposes in order to succeed: the first being to provide an accurate and faithful rendering of the audio being outputted from a television (or video source device that is connected to the TV). The second purpose that must be served is to blend into...

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Proficient Audio MaxTV MT2 TV Sound Speaker Review

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Sound bars make a lot of sense, especially now that TVs have gotten so thin. There’s no space for large speakers or heavy-duty audio amplification of them. So a stand-alone set of speakers that don’t take up the space of a traditional arrangement that requires speaker stands, strung out wiring...

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First Look: Razer Ferox (update)

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Update: Checkout our Razer Ferox review. You’re probably asking yourself, why would anyone want portable speakers? Just grab some headphones or earphones and go. No need to carry extra stuff when on the go. But I’d disagree, especially now that I spend more time out of my office, working and playing...

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Aperion Signature SLIMstage30 Soundbar Review

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[rating:4] Pros: Modern design looks great and fits in with flat-panel displays Fulfilling bass production Fully customizable EQ settings Cons: No HDMI input Simulated surround sound doesn’t fully envelope Cheap plastic controller Today, technology is all about housing as much power as possible in small packages. The audio-enthused are seemingly...