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New LG Music Flow speakers work with Google Cast

New LG Music Flow speakers work with Google Cast

LG is introducing seven new members to its Music Flow family of speakers. What makes these seven noteworthy, aside from being new, is that they are the first of their kin to support the Google Cast streaming technology. This means that users will be able to "cast" their music easily and effortlessly, not just from their Android smartphones and tablets, but also from iOS and Chrome OS devices. With the new Music Flow line, audiophiles will be able to enjoy the benefits of quality wireless audio, on top of LG's own special features.

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Samsung unveils curved soundbars, Radiant 360 R7 speaker

Samsung unveils curved soundbars, Radiant 360 R7 speaker

Samsung has introduced a variety of new products today, and counted among them is a new line of curved soundbars and the new Wireless Audio Radiant 360 R7 speaker. These present consumers with a few new audio options to round out their entertainment system, and is joined by the new televisions Samsung has also unveiled today. Most of the new products will be launching later on this month, though a couple of the curved soundbars are available as of now.

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Echo’s PowerSound speaker boasts 32 hours of playback

Echo’s PowerSound speaker boasts 32 hours of playback

Portable speakers have gone wireless, and that's a good thing -- you're now able to play tunes from your phone or tablet over Bluetooth, no cable tethers to be found. The downside of battery life still remains, however, and when the internal battery dies, so does the party. Enter Echo's PowerSound speaker, which has a giant battery and boasts 32 hours of playback time on a single charge -- something that'll take you through an entire weekend of camping and music listening, for example. It also doubles as a power bank.

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Inateck BTSP-10 Plus bluetooth speaker review

Inateck BTSP-10 Plus bluetooth speaker review

You have choices when it comes to Bluetooth speakers. Lots of choices. Be it bombastic offerings from big-name manufacturers or impressive boxes from smaller companies, the market is saturated. With that, we got our hands on Inateck’s latest, a Bluetooth speaker with a small footprint that wants to do big things. Dual 1.5-inch speakers promise big sound, with Inateck boasting a virtual 3D output. Portable, lightweight, attractive, and seemingly worth a look, we decided to put the Inateck speaker to the test.

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Acemile Theatre Box wireless speaker boasts full 360-degree 3D sound

Acemile Theatre Box wireless speaker boasts full 360-degree 3D sound

Speakers offering 360-degree sound are becoming increasingly popular, and standing newest among them is Acemile's new Theatre Box speaker. Unlike some competing 3D sound speakers, this one is rectangular instead of round, featuring speakers on all the side edges so that music and other audio disperses in all directions. Beyond the 3D surround sound are some more typical features, including wireless pairing and playback and an internal battery. The speaker is up for pre-order and is set to ship starting next month.

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SONOS identity remixed by Bruce Mau Design for sound blasting

SONOS identity remixed by Bruce Mau Design for sound blasting

Graphic design group Bruce Mau Design have been commissioned to recreate the Sonos brand. Not just the logo - they've decided to keep that largely the same, after all - but the whole look and feel of the way Sonos projects itself. Instead of changing the way the letters in the Sonos logo are arranged, flipping up the font or putting speakers inside the letters, like chumps, they've decided to be smart. Instead of all that, the Bruce Mau Design team have "determined that we needed to push harder to signal Sonos' leadership, relevance, and dedication to the music experience."

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Burton gets in the speaker business with Braven portables

Burton gets in the speaker business with Braven portables

An outdoor winter speaker set is being brought out to play this week by Burton and Braven, a combination of brands the likes of which the market has never seen before. Braven is a brand we've seen before - they make fine speakers of all kinds. Burton is also a brand we've seen before - they make fantastic winter clothing, creating some of the finest jackets known to snowboard-kind. Together they're making a unique set of speakers prepared for the snow, the cold, and the icy, unforgiving air of the slopes.

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JBL GO hands-on: the cutest little Bluetooth sound blaster

JBL GO hands-on: the cutest little Bluetooth sound blaster

This little beast may be cute, but it packs a surprising punch of sound quality. What you're working with here is Bluetooth connectivity to your mobile smart devices for music or audio for entertainment on the go. JBL GO is a box of sound blasting you'll be able to fit in your pocket, working with built-in speakerphone abilities and a whopping 5 hours of sound playback. This past week at CES 2015 we got to get up close and personal with the whole color collection.

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Harman hits Vegas with KISS: a photo journal

Harman hits Vegas with KISS: a photo journal

To give an extra punch to the release of their several new pairs of headphones and speakers this week, Harman employed The Hottest Band in the World: KISS. A miniature concert took place at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, and with the HTC Desire EYE, we went about capturing it. What follows is a brief account of the power of the audio brand Harman and a microcosm indicator of the year they expect to have with the products they've revealed this week - massive, that is to say.

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Chromecast opens up for streaming music to connected speakers

Chromecast opens up for streaming music to connected speakers

The greatest thing about Google’s Chromecast is not that it’s cheap (even though that’s an amazing aspect), it’s that Google made it wide open. All any software provider has to do is support the Chromecast rather than wait for it to come around to them. To that end, Google is aiming for the growing connected speaker market, and will make their dongle available for streaming to speakers and soundbars. They’ve also got a lineup of heavy-hitting partners in Sony, LG, and Denon to kick this new functionality off.

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