Audio Equipment Reviews
Dali's delectable new cans boast a special bass-boost button and an insightful, expansive listen – but they're not ready for the new era of app-powered headphones
The JBL Authentics 500 sounds fantastic, and it looks great on a shelf too, but there are some ease-of-use blunders which take a little getting used to.
If your ear desires the ultimate in spatial audio gymnastics, the Bose QCUE are ideal – but you'll have to forego multipoint.
The OpenRock Pro are top-tier sports earphones for a range of use cases, though audiophiles may not be impressed.
Sony's battery-powered Bluetooth speaker is a revelation for cinephiles with little living space, but won't make music lovers happy.
The Ultimate Ears Epicboom is a seriously good big Bluetooth speaker – but at this price, the lack of Wi-Fi support might be an issue.
If your ear desires EQ tweaks (or you're just curious about otoacoustic tests) Denon PerL Pro are ideal – unless you have smaller ears.
The Logitech Zone Wireless 2 sports great performance and solid AI tools, though the latter sometimes falls through a bit.
The Marshall Middleton is a pricey portable Bluetooth speaker that’s a little too middle-of-the-road.
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