Logitech has just launched a new Ultimate Ears EPICBOOM Bluetooth speaker and not only is it made of 100% post-consumer recycled polyester fabric, but it boasts 360-degree sound with plenty of bass. When its oval design is coupled with a 4.6” woofer, you get both bass clarity as well as immersive sound.
These aren’t tennis balls from the 2022 Wimbledon tournament, just cleverly designed HearO Bluetooth speakers, complete with Slazenger logo. Even though it sports a felt-covered rubber compound on the surface, beneath this is a 3W speaker with a 100Hz – 20KHz frequency, along with a 500mAh battery, which means you don’t need to plug these into a computer or outlet.
The Victrola Stream turntable line looks normal at first, but they take vinyl records to the next level with Sonos speaker compatibility. Their Victrola Stream Carbon record player is now available for pre-order ($799), and after pairing it with the Victrola Stream app, users will be able to control the device straight from the Sonos app or with the illuminated control knob.
Bugatti has partnered with Tidal Audio to produce a “Royale” range of speakers that combine luxury with high-end home audio. Available in two themes, Monocoque and Duotone, you can select from piano finishes or avant-garde color / material combinations. Each loudspeaker pair can be fully customized with carbon fiber, fabrics, leather, polished stainless steel, dark aluminum or precious metal surfaces.
Photo credit: Arvin Maleki | Ayda Mohseni
Created by designers Arvin Maleki and Ayda Mohseni, the Black Hole speaker has an out of this world design that looks exactly as it sounds. Many know that a real black hole is basically a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that absolutely nothing, not even particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light, can escape from it. Fortunately, this device is used purely for entertainment.