From speakers to headphones, here’s a feast for the ears.
The culmination of 30 years of audio experience, these handcrafted bookshelf speakers deserved an in-depth listen.
The beautiful speakers may look the same as their 2011 predecessor, but they’ve got a brand new soul.
Fit and finish have always mattered to Detroit-based Shinola, and its first headphones are no exception.
Already a hit among audiophiles, these bookshelf speakers have a bold, futuristic new look. They even glow.
Delivering 1,200 watts per unit, a pair of MC1.25KW amps have enough power to drive nearly any stereo system in the world.
The new LCD-MX4 headphones feature nearly the same design as the company’s flagship headphones in a more comfortable case.
The French manufacturer takes its “entry-level” Phantom to eleven with an upgraded amplification system that spits out 1,200 watts.
The audio manufacturer has expanded its wireless speaker line with a compact option perfect for small- and medium-sized rooms.
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