House of Marley is a relatively new player on the audio scene, having been founded by Bob Marley’s son Rohan in 2008. The company focuses on consumer audio and most of their output is portable and designed with the distinct House of Marley look.
Today we’ll look at the [...]
Bowers & Wilkins recently dipped their toes into wireless noise cancelling headphones with the PX. The headphones cost $400 (£330 AU$549) and have the classy looks and hi-fi audio to match. The company’s first noise cancelling design has plenty of big players to compete with in [...]
French start-up Augmented Acoustics is doing some very interesting things with onstage monitoring at the moment. Last month they launched a Kickstarter for SupraMonitor, which is a smart wireless in-ear monitoring system for musicians. SoundReview spoke to Augmented Acoustics co-founder [...]
Radsone have absolutely smashed the EarStudio Kickstarter, more than doubling their $20,000 goal. The company are producing the first Bluetooth audio receiver that offers 48kHZ/24-bit sound that also enables playback of lossless music.
EarStudio will be popular with smartphone users [...]
The delays are over and the Apple Airpods are hitting stores next week. The controversial Bluetooth design is now on sale on the Apple website, with a promised delivery by Monday, December 19 (date may vary region by region). Commentators suggested Apple were going to miss the Christmas [...]
The Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless headphones will enter the market in mid-July. The wireless, noise-cancelling model seems destined to clash head-to-head with the Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones, which were released last month. Sennheiser’s offering has a RRP of £330 (via [...]
The Beats Studio Wireless is an over-ear design with active noise cancellation. At $264.29 it’s the second most expensive headphone in the Beats line-up. Only the Beats Pro, which Beats markets as a product for audio professionals *cough*, is more expensive at $269.99. The Studio [...]