If you’re looking for an affordable set of truly wireless in-ears, then look no further than SoundMagic: the TWS50 meets your needs.
Following Apple’s example, Samsung is also dumping the headphone connection. Starting with the jumping Galaxy S20.
What a wonderful day we have had with this team of readers of Alpha Audio. Thanks again for the commitment!
We have streamed this live all day to let you watch. And it has been gratefully used. We love that! This day tastes like more! Today’s conclusion: yes… a switch does make an audible difference.
Music has completely switched to streaming for many users. There are countless interesting services with tens of millions of tracks to offer. For video it certainly goes that way too. Although it’s a little more complex there. Not everything can be found at one service. That makes it difficult for a lot of enthusiasts. Maybe […]
Connecting the Sennheiser Ambeo is very simple, especially if your TV is equipped with HDMI ARC. That way you only need one cable.
Soundmagic has launched a very good bluetooth on the market for less than 80 euros. Whether it is calling, music, movies or battery expensive, the E11BT scores very well on everything. However, the Soundmagic E11BT is only available through the Soundmagic webshop.
When we have installed the Steljes Audio NS3 on our workstation – we play via an Audioquest Dragonfly RED – it turns out to be a wonderful music partner.
We have a lot of choice at Poulissen. And for once, not to put together something obvious, we grab a strange all-in-one. The MTI100 from McIntosh is a record player, amplifier, bluetooth streamer and of course dac. In short, you can do anything. The pre-amplifier is a tube model and the power amp is a 50-watt Class D amplifier. Not a super powerhouse, but with the Sonus Faber Sonetto III we come a long way. What a lovely set this is. Plug and Play. Musical, simple and you even get a remote cont
Is the Shuttle DH02U the media player you need? Well… that depends. Yeah, dull answer. We know. But that’s the way it is.
If you have one device to power, there are alternatives that may be more interesting. The Farad Super3 just sounds a little bit better to us. But yes: relatively more expensive (per output) and multiple boxes… So on a practical level, Syntaxx wins.