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Keep on rocking in the free world – in higher resolution

on Monday, March 17th, 2014

Digital music has changed how and where we can listen to music, but there are trade-offs for the portability.  Digital files often sacrifice some of the resolution for size so you can fit more music on your portable player, which means you loose some of the details and nuances the artist intended you to hear.Read More…

The Mikey Digital from Blue Microphones is a simple, yet powerful little device.

Blue Mikey Digital Microphone Review

on Monday, October 8th, 2012

Everyone, except, of course, the tech “pundiots” (pundit idiots) of the world, knows that iPads and iPhones and even the lowly iPod Touch can be used for more than just playing music or games. There are hundreds of thousands of apps out there, as well as cases, speakers, holders, lens attachments, and tripod mounts forRead More…


Bring a High-Quality Audio Experience to All Your Devices With the SRS iWOW Universal

on Thursday, May 10th, 2012

If you love everything about your tablet or smartphone or computer except for its wimpy sound, the iWOW Universal from SRS Labs is an inexpensive way to boost your sound quality.  Last year, we reviewed the Apple-specific iWOW 3D audio enhancer, and SRS Labs responded to the request for a non-device specific enhancer.  The iWOW-URead More…


Antelope Audio Rubicon Atomic AD/DA Preamp

on Thursday, April 26th, 2012

I may not know a lot about audio technology, but I know what I like when it comes to audio equipment.  And I like the Rubicon Atomic AD/DA Preamp from Antelope Audio.  (Click the picture for a better view.)  Ignoring all its features for a moment, this has to be the most gorgeous piece ofRead More…


Klinggon Earphone Cable Cord Manager

on Sunday, February 12th, 2012

No matter how great your earphones are, there’s always one flaw that everyone hates – the earphone’s cord.  The most annoying part is when the cable flops around or get caught in something while you have the earphones on.  Klinggon solves that problem by providing a stable holder to keep the cable from moving aroundRead More…


Stoweblank TinyMix Review

on Friday, November 25th, 2011

I may have one of the more original stocking stuffers for that gadget/audio freak. It’s the Stoweblank TinyMix, a – well,  I’m not sure exactly what you call it. It’s not an amp or a sound processor. What it does, is allow you to connect up to four devices to one set of powered speakers.Read More…

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Logitech Wireless Headset for iPad Review

By: Ken Schoenberg
on Friday, November 4th, 2011

Logitech is one of the premier manufacturers of technology peripheral devices. They make some of the bestkeyboards, mice and their Harmony line of remote controls is fantastic. One of their newest products is the Logitech Wireless Headset. I’ve spent the last few days using the headset with a variety of devices and it has performedRead More…

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Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air Speaker/Dock Review

on Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

I’ve read in a few audiophile articles that a good, reasonably priced set of stereo speakers paired with an amplifier will trump the best iPod speaker/dock no matter the cost. While that may be true, when I heard the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air, I began to have some doubts. The British company, Bowers & WilkinsRead More…


Ion Vertical Turntable

on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

The Ion Vertical Turntable from Hammacher Schlemmer is for people who still have vinyl records but don’t have a lot of room.  Although it can be used on a flat surface, the Ion Vertical Turntable is designed to hang on the wall to save space.   A locking mechanism holds your albums firmly in placeRead More…


Tunebug Vibe Speaker Review

on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Ever wish you had great speakers everywhere with you to jam to your tunes on your mp3 player or even pump out better bass from the iPad, but don’t want to carry around a bulky speaker system?  Tunebug solves that problem with a device called Vibe.  What this small and very portable device does isRead More…


Kidz Gear (Wired) Headphones for Kids Review

By: Ryan Preston
on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Spring and Summer will be here before we know it (yes, my fingers are crossed in hope of sooner rather than later) and with warmer weather comes an increase in travel.  Whether it is a 12-hour drive south for spring break or a 30 minute drive to a local water park or beach, when the kids areRead More…

The iFrogz CS40s in their heat-sealed cocoon.

iFrogz CS40 Headphones Review

on Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Headphones are the bane of our modern living style. We want to hear things that we have chosen – TV shows, music, podcasts, etc. – but we want to isolate those around us from what we’re hearing. The folks at iFrogz have a Comfort Series in their Earpollution line, which offer a seemingly nice balance between size, separation, and style.


Save your jack with Replug

on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

MacBook owners are familiar with MagSafe, the breakaway magnetic plug design that prevents damage if the power cable is yanked away from the laptop.  Replug can help do something similar for 3.5mm headphone jacks.  It features a flexible elbow and a non-magnetic breakaway plug tip that can protect your device from undue stress.  Available inRead More…


Yurtopia Yurbuds Review

By: Andy Simmons
on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Ears.  Everybody has them, and everybody’s are different.  So different, in fact, that it has been suggested that our ears might be suitable as a basis for biometric identification.  So if our ears are as unique as our fingerprints, why is it that our earbuds are not?  Yurtopia is a company that was started inRead More…