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Updated: Dec 18, 2014 23:16
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#226
alaScore 90

Paradigm Shift A2

TECHNOLOGY Paradigm engineers have surely put in a lot of effort to make an entry into the Active speaker segment. The A2s should not be looked upon as studio monitors but as any other home-entertainment speakers. The only fact that will separate them...

9 expert reviews

#227
alaScore 90

Creative Gigaworks T40

This Creative piece has been around for few months now, and we've finally gotten our hands on these flagship new speakers. A high-end 2.0 system, these speakers are something that we at Tech2 itch

51 expert reviews | 1608 user reviews

#228
alaScore 90

Yamaha YSP-2200

Well, we're not new to digital sound projectors like the Yamaha YSP-2200, and the traditional sound bar has several speakers that replace the speakers on your TV. The is much more than that.

15 expert reviews | 188 user reviews

#229
alaScore 90

McIntosh McAire

High-end hi-fi with a massive sound from a brand with serious heritage

6 expert reviews

#230
alaScore 90

Sony HT-CT660

The Sony HT-CT660 46" Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer promises to deliver immersive audio in an attractive and affordable package. Read on to see if we think this sound bar is worth a second look.

3 expert reviews | 191 user reviews

#231
alaScore 90

KEF T-301S

Exceeded expectations! They are truly thin, just an inch and a half thick total, and easily mounted to a wall for a very discrete look. They sound very powerful with a surprising amount of bass. I have a pair of T101s, which are amazing in their own...

3 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#232
alaScore 90

Pioneer XW-BTS3

On the features side, power output is quoted at 30W, plus it supports the A2DP Bluetooth profile but sadly not apt-X or any other audio enhancement technology. The bass reflex speakers feature 3in full range drivers and cover a frequency range of 65 –...

2 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

#233
alaScore 90

Sony SA-NS510

Although the retail version of the product has yet to be finalised, we were certainly impressed by the pre-production model that we saw in action. As a standalone speaker, the SA-NS510 brings a lot to the table, but as part of a multi-room system with...

9 expert reviews | 103 user reviews

#234
alaScore 90

Edifier iF335BT

Most portable Bluetooth speakers in the $100 price range are small, with a focus on internal, rechargeable batteries and tote-bag-friendly dimensions. The Edifier Bric Connect iF335BT ($99.95) laughs in the face of these guys. It's comparatively large...

2 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#235
alaScore 90

Bayan Audio Soundbook

One of the best portable wireless speakers on the market

4 expert reviews

#236
alaScore 90

Altec Lansing Octiv Mini M102

The Altec Lansing Octiv Mini is an ideal option for anyone seeking an affordable, minimalist iPhone speaker for the bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen.

1 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

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#237
alaScore 90

Altec Lansing inAir 5000

iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 4.2 or later, or Mac/PC with iTunes 10.1 or later; Wi-Fi network

15 expert reviews | 108 user reviews

#238
alaScore 90

Libratone A/S 8087708

Libratone markets their new Live and Lounge AirPlay speakers as "Scandinavia in your living room." Well, apparently this isn't the Ikea Scandinavia but the more expensive, "cashmere-wrapped" Scandinavia. The speakers do boast not only the ability to...

20 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#239
alaScore 90

HMDX Jam Plus

The HMDX Jam Plus speaker will cost you Rs 3,990 for a single jar, which is a too expensive for mono sound. The speakers have a great design and a novel feature of pairing two together for stereo sound and spending almost Rs 8,000 for a stereo setup...

2 expert reviews | 578 user reviews

#240
alaScore 90

Sony SRS-T77

It won't rock the house, but this featherweight portable stereo speaker sounds immediate and clear.

1 expert reviews | 75 user reviews

#241
alaScore 90

Pioneer SBX-N700

For those without an ARC-compatible TV, there are two optical digital inputs. The SBX-N700 boasts built-in Wi-Fi, which lets you connect to your network wirelessly, but there’s an Ethernet port too. Finally, there’s an input for the supplied infrared...

3 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#242
alaScore 90

Denon Cocoon Home

The price is, of course, the sticking point with many of these new AirPlay devices. The larger Denon Cocoon Home will retail for $599 while the smaller Cocoon Portable will run $499. While not overpriced compared to other AirPlay speakers, the Denon...

10 expert reviews | 63 user reviews

#243
alaScore 90

Harman-Kardon SB 30

The more soundbars we test, it becomes more apparent that this particular category is all about compromises. The Harman Kardon SB 30 ($799.95 direct) is a high-end soundbar speaker that includes a small, companion wireless powered subwoofer. The SB 30...

10 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#244
alaScore 90

Toshiba TY-SP1

Despite its small size, Toshiba's TY-SP1 can put out a decent amount of power. It can be used effectively in a wide variety of locations, from a kitchen to a boardroom, and it also has a speaker phone function for calls.

2 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#245
alaScore 90

Bayan Audio Soundbook X3

An NFC-enabled Bluetooth speaker that looks great but falls short of star status

3 expert reviews

#246
alaScore 90

Wren V5PF Play-Fi

Despite their immense popularity, Android smartphones still get short shift when it comes to wireless speakers. Sure, you can connect any Android phone over Bluetooth or with a 3.5mm cable, but the new Wren VP5F Play-Fi ($399.99 direct) does something...

2 expert reviews

#248
alaScore 89

Bowers and Wilkins FP35378 - 600 Series HTM62 S2 Dual 5" 2-Way Center-Channel...

So this replaced my lame Sony speakers I had. After replacing this I started to hear sound effects and dialogue like never before. This is also just the right size for a normal but advanced home theater. B&W is the way to go and i doubt you would...

10 user reviews

#249
alaScore 89

CCM663

I have these speakers in 5.1 and 7.1 systems. These speakers are top of the line, The Kevlar backing provides a clear optimal sound, amazing.

13 user reviews

#250
alaScore 89

HTS201

Whilst these are designed to compliment a home cinema system, I purchased these speakers to replace some ageing ones for my HiFi. Tannoy themselves advertise these larger home cinema speakers as suitable for HiFi use alone. I have a Marantz MCR-603 and...

10 user reviews

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