Sonos announce a trio of new speakers with a fat sub and a brand new Dolby Atmos soundbar

Sonos have revealed three brand new speakers which will enhance upon three of their existing speakers. This week a bunch of leaks seemed to suggest that Sonos had some new speakers in the works. A…

New Sonos leaks reveal massive sub and a follow up to the Play:5 and Playbar

New online leaks seem to show a bunch of new devices in the pipeline for Sonos with an official announcement on the way this week. New images were posted in a, since deleted, tweet that…

Devialet want to save the planet by getting rid of car subs but not fat bass

Makers of some of the most interesting egg-shaped speakers of recent years, Devialet are laying out their plans for in-car audio. We’ve gotten hands on with Devialet’s creations before. The French company have made their…

Moog unveil their smallest synthesizer ever to replace the Phatty

Moog have unveiled the Subsequent 25 which delivers their famous fat sound in their most compact package ever. Moog have unveiled an upcoming, 25-note synth that is only just longer than 20 inches. The release…

Vizio just revealed a bunch of new soundbars and a multi-room speaker

Yesterday Vizio announced six new soundbars joining their quality speaker collection as well as an awesome new wireless multi-room speaker. The new reveals from Vizio add a giant load of new soundbars ranging from 28…

Nab this free Techno Ableton Live set from Marc Houle

Marc Houle has decided to share a Live set of his techno sounds from an experiment project called Buji Tek through Ableton┬áso that other users can use and develop them. Items & Things main man…

Experience music as a full-body experience with this wearable sub

LA startup SubPac are making devices that take music beyond just listening by letting you feel the bass, literally. Los Angeles startup, SubPac, have created a wearable music device on a new level. Using sub…

Feel the bass wherever you are with Basslet’s wrist device

Have you always felt like something isn’t quite right when you’re listening to music with ear/headphones, like something is missing? Well if the missing piece was a wrist-worn subwoofer then you’re sorted, I guess. The…