B&O Beoplay M3 review
Humans need music in their lives. Everybody wants a sound system that easily connects, looks stylish and sounds great. Bang & Olufsen is a company that tries to take all these properties and put it into their speakers/sound systems. Their new M3 Multiroom speaker, the little brother of the M5, is a shot to take these qualities and take it to another level. Including connectivity through Apple Airplay, Google Cast and Bluetooth. With an app you can control everything very easy and to make sure you can use multiple speakers there is a coupling feature.
Ikea enters the speaker market with “snygg” design
Looking for a new wireless smart speaker at home? You might consider looking further than the speakers lying around in the neighbourhood's electro shop. After its delicious Swedish meatballs and its budget minimalistic DIY furniture, there is a new reason to bring a visit to the household store chain Ikea. Like you needed any...
Review: Philips ShoqBox SB500
Philips' newest addition to the speaker market, the ShoqBox SB500, looks very promising, but is it as good as it looks? Find out in this review.
Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus Review
While the 360 sound factor is nothing new for bluetooth speakers; many brands like Ultimate Ears and JBL have been offering similar products with the main goal to facilitate placement of the speaker, promising full audio output on all sides of the speaker.
Ultimate Ears Megaboom Review
Ultimate Ears is a branch of Logitech dedicated to audio solutions like portable audio and earbuds. Several bluetooth speakers made it to the retail market and had a pretty positive response from the public. So what's the next step? Bigger and louder of course!
Creative iRoar Go - Smaller And SplashProof
Creative has been my favorite brand for bluetooth speakers ever since I bought the first Sound Blaster Roar. With a succesful history of premium audio products for a decent price, Creative kept enriching their Roar-line of bluetooth speakers.
EtekcityⓇ Roverbeats T16 - Review
After reading about Etekcity and the products they have been making lately. We just had to contact them and get them as a sponsor. And as nice as they are, they obliged. Etekcity is now a proud sponsor of BlackHoleTec. So of course, as a sponsor. They send us in items to review, and the first item we were sent in, was the Etekcity Roverbeats T16.
The Etekcity® Roverbeats T16 is one of Etekcity’s Bluetooth speakers. The Roverbeats T16 is basically the baby brother of Etekcity’s Roverbeats T3. And a cousin of the T12, which is also a Bluetooth speaker produced by Etekcity, but this one is much bigger and comes with a crazy battery capacity. The Etekcity® Roverbeats T16 is a tiny Bluetooth speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. But boy, does it pack a punch (more about that later).