Wireless Speakers

by Mos Khan ·Posted
Apple has announced a new, supposedly improved, second-generation HomePod Smart Speaker. The announcement comes just a day after the reveal of the new MacBook and Mac mini, continuing Apple’s recent trend of rolling out revised products on the heels of its keynote. The revamped HomePod is the first update to the full-sized model
by John Foldi ·Posted
After three years since its last release, Ultimate Ears is announcing the WONDERBOOM 3, the latest addition to the WONDERBOOM wireless speaker line, designed for use outdoors. Proudly showing improvements in nearly every aspect of the speaker, the WONDERBOOM 3 boasts a longer range of 131', improved battery life of up to 14 hours, and two convenience features targeted at those in the Google mobile ecosystem: Google
by Rich R ·Posted
Denon expands on its line of whole-home wireless audio products with the new Home series of wireless bookshelf speakers, available in three different sizes in black or white to help accommodate nearly any décor. All three models feature Wi-Fi, AirPlay 2, and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to stream from nearly any wireless source, connect with other HEOS-enabled devices around your home, and even pair two of the same speakers together for a true stereo soundstage. They each also have 1/8", USB, and Ethernet connectivity, if you prefer
by Staff Writer ·Posted
Coming soon to B&H, the Nest Hub Max is Google’s most recent virtual assistant-enabled display. Available in both chalk or charcoal, the Nest Hub Max takes the features of the original Nest Hub to new dimensions. Starting with the touchscreen, the Max upgrades from a 7" at 1024 x 600 resolution to a 10" display with 1280 x 800