The world’s first planar magnetic on-ear headphones. They’re quite large for on-ears and don’t reduce noise as much due to their open backs. But they produce sound on par with over ear cans while being portable. They come with both 3.5mm and Lightning cables.
Designed to produce the absolute best sound quality in a compact headphone amp, HeadRoom’s audiophile gadget packs best-in-class technology, and is focused on pristine, clean sound, rather than bells and whistles. Drops 10/16, with pre-orders available now.
A pair of standalone and versatile audio players that can play music from a variety of sources, including online streaming services such as Spotify. They also have aux, optical, USB and Bluetooth inputs. The optional app lets you control multiple units at once.
A limited edition of what is arguably the perfect speaker. The Klipschorn’s vaunted folded horn design uses the surrounding walls and floor to create a life-like range of low frequencies. This edition features an enhanced horn and exclusive walnut veneer, grille and nameplate.
A record player that streams to Sonos and Airplay devices as well as over Bluetooth. It can even turn your Spotify account into a radio channel by streaming music through the service. The catch? It has no wired output options.
The Ekko Hub is a home audio streaming solution. It comes with two or four wireless receivers that each have their own volume and mute controls, and a base station with 3.5mm, RCA and optical inputs. It also works with DLNA and Apple AirPlay.
Probably the loudest portable speaker ever. SoundBoks has four drivers – two woofers and two tweeters – each boosted by a 42W digital amplifier. Its DSP allows it to blast up to a scary 119dB, yet its swappable battery lasts between 8h to 100h per charge. And yes, it goes to 11.