Chromecast Audio Review: A Cheap Way to Teach Your Old Speakers New, Wireless Tricks

In 2013, Chromecast was a revelation. For $35 you could transport virtually anything you could watch on a computer or phone to a television. Easy! Chromecast Audio performs a parallel magic trick for audio and speakers. It’s a similar tech magic trick that’s lost its shock and awe.
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Sonos Makes a Play to Reconquer Your Living Room's Music 

For years, Sonos speakers and software have been our de facto choice for a wireless multiroom music system. In the face of increasing competition from the likes of Denon, Polk, Samsung, Yamaha, and others, the company’s releasing an overhauled flagship Play:5 speaker and some smart software that makes your Sonos… »9/29/15 12:01am9/29/15 12:01am

Sonos Play:1 FCC Filing Hints At Bookshelf Speaker

Sonos is primed to expand the lineup of speakers for its wireless audio system. As usual, the company's FCC filing has surfaced in advance of the actual product launch. The forthcoming Play:1 looks like it'll be a simpler speaker than its counterparts, and that Sonos intends it to be used in a stereo pairing. Is this… »9/10/13 10:04am9/10/13 10:04am

Intempo BTA-01 Adapter Makes Your iPod Speakers Bluetooth-able

Slot Intempo's little dongle into your speaker's iPod dock, and you can stream music to it from your Bluetooth-ready phone, PC or non-iPod MP3 player. The 2.4 x 2.0 x 0.4 inch BTA01 is compatible with any Bluetooth v1.2 device and speakers with standard iPod dock, and has a range of up to 10 meters. Handy if you need… »2/06/08 7:25am2/06/08 7:25am