The soundbar is a solid concept. If you’re in a room that just doesn’t need a whole audio system, but you want something better than TV speakers, you get a soundbar. If you don’t want to deal with setting up speakers and a receiver, you get a soundbar. That’s been just fine until recently.
It’s not uncommon for a soundbar to offer iPhone support, but nine times out of ten, that just means that there’s a place to plug in a headphone cord. Every once in a while a product offers a full iPhone dock and a nice on screen display. Yamaha’s new YSP-4100 and YSP-5100 soundbars go above and beyond even that.
Let’s face it, no matter how old you get, things that turn into other things – Transformers, if you will – are still cool. The idea of a pool table and a wet bar rising up from the floor is awe inspiring, and there’s even a little part of you that really wants a Murphy bed. Enter the Boxetti Thrill.
The Edition 8 Palladium Headphones were built with the idea that high quality headphones can look as good as they sound. They’re based off of the original Edition 8 headphones, but they’ve added a few things to make the headphones look and sound even better.
MartinLogan has a new series of electrostatic loudspeakers that are designed for the home theater or music system. The series comes in three sizes: tower, bookshelf and center. The speakers can be mixed and matched and combined easily with any Dynamo subwoofer.