The Sonos music system is a very cool way to get whole home audio without having to deal with wires and installation. It's also pretty convenient in terms of giving you access to all of your digital music wherever you want it. Best of all, for those on a tighter budget anyway, it's nice and cheap to delve into. The Play:3 is the latest from Sonos and it comes in at just $299. It boasts three drivers - two mids and a tweeter - each of which boasts a dedicated Class-D amplifiers. It's got a passive bass radiator that fires from the back as well so you don't miss out on those lows.
Thursday, 23 September 2010
The MilleniaOne speakers from Paradigm are designed to function both as bookshelf speakers and as a satellite speaker. In fact, Paradigm boasts that these speakers could also function as left, right, or center channels too.
This weekend is one of the biggest for high-end home theater gear and it's often a time for companies to unveil new products and show off new technology. Last year, Atlantic took that opportunity to showcase H-PAS, which allows for impressive bass out of smaller cabinets.
Center channel speakers are immensely important for movie watching, but they're so often overlooked. That's not the case with the VP180. The idea came from message board users and the product, of course, comes from Axiom. And as far as center channels go, the VP180 is an absolute monster.