I'm no stranger to consumer audio products, and definitely very familiar with Bluetooth speakers - ranging from weirdly shaped speakers that look like telephones, golf balls, grenades, and even sound bars. Now, I have this Zeon III sitting here. How does it perform though?
At this point of time, I'm pretty sure most of you have already seen the ZenFone 2 (which we also reviewed here) - and we're not done with it.. When we opened the package, we saw one special thing that was included - the earphones. That pair of earphones is the closest to the unreleased ZenEar, which currently can only be acquired through bundling of the ZE551ML version with 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.
There aren't many simple solutions if not none to convert speakers into wireless streaming devices. These devices are targeting an extremely niche market - those who want to stream music to their existing speaker. Logitech heard what we want, and we now have the Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter in the house to do just that job.
We've seen small multimedia speakers for laptop users who want a more compared to their built-in laptop speakers - and we know most laptop speakers are horrifying to the ears. Understanding that, SonicGear made a speaker - the Quatro 2 - a multimedia 2.0 speaker.
Here comes one higher-end headphone from Beyerdynamic. The trick up this one is that it is a lower impedance variant of the 3 siblings - 80 ohms instead of the 32 ohms or the 250 ohms version. Beyerdynamic is known to manufacture some of the finest headphones out in the market, and here we're going to look into one of them - the DT 770 Pro.
Or plainly called the CriCri+ on the box. Amplifiers are essential if sound clarity is something to be desired, but most amps have unnecessary bulk. Many have said that if you want the best ever amplifier, get one with vacuum tubes - so how does this one fare out?