HiFiMAN makes some of the best headphones on the market, offering excellent value relative to other audiophile brands. Now for a very limited time, you can grab a pair of their entry-level cans for an unbelievable price, thanks to our friends at Massdrop. (Deal ends 10/27/16).
It might look like something from the 1960s, but it’s a brand new speaker, complete with Bluetooth capability. Wrapped in textured vinyl in colors to fit a variety of decors, and embellished with the classic Crosley logo. Its aux input is perfect for connecting a turntable.
Pyle just took wraps off what could the baddest Bluetooth speaker ever. This beast blasts out an impressive 1,000 watts of power to turn any space into an instant dance party. Supports NFC pairing, and has an FM tuner and 3.5mm input. Plays for up to 5.5h on battery power.
Luxury headphones for serious audio lovers, crafted from carbon fiber, aluminum, and lambskin leather. They sound phenomenal, thanks to their open-back design and beryllium drivers, which offer precise, authentic sound the way it was recorded. Full review on Technabob.
This compact metal chassis analog amp not only looks awesome, it sounds great too. The Gemtune APPJ PA1501A offers Class A amplification using a pair of 6AD10 tubes, and is the perfect complement to your turntable and bookshelf speakers. In silver or black finishes.
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.
Department Chicago’s beautiful mid-century-style stereo console. It has a pair of speakers, each with a 100W amp, a 6″ driver and a 1″ tweeter. You can connect to it via Bluetooth or RCA. It also comes with removable record dividers and an adjustable shelf.
Place the Sounddeck under your big screen, and connect a single cable for instant theater quality sound. Six full-range drivers, two subs, and a 280w Class-D amp push out impressive volume and expansive acoustic imaging. Also supports wireless music streaming.
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.
Normal’s new wireless headphones feature custom made soft silicone earplugs and adjustable arms for a secure yet comfortable fit. They also have an integrated USB charging plug. Available with a silicone or a leather band. Sadly, Nelly had nothing to do with this.