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SoundMagic E30 Pro-Fit In-Ear Earphones

Tech Made Easy (RATED: 7.5/10)
Tech Made Easy 'Overall, the SoundMAGIC E30′s are a worthwhile set of headphones in the £30-40 price range. If you enjoy an active lifestyle then they should definitely make your shortlist, the included over-ear mounts make them some of the most comfortable wired earphones that I’ve used while running. At the same time, the broad range of rubber tips supplied mean that the E30′s should be comfortable for couch potatoes as well.' Tech Made EasyFull Review
Date Added: Friday 30 September, 2011
RATED: 7.5/10

SONOS PLAY:3 Wireless HiFi System

RegHardware (RATED: 90%)
RegHardware 'Sonos has at last built a wireless music box for the less well-off - and built a rather good one too. The Play:3 is physically small enough to be easily sited in any lounge, office or bedroom but produces a big enough sound to act as a primary stereo.' RegHardwareFull Review
Date Added: Thursday 29 September, 2011
RATED: 90%

SONOS PLAY:3 Wireless HiFi System

PluggedIn
PluggedIn 'The great thing about the Sonos PLAY:3 is that you’re in control. You can add more of them when your finances can cope and mix and match these into different rooms with no hassle at all. They’re very lightweight and plugging it into an electric socket gets it working in seconds.' PluggedInFull Review
Date Added: Wednesday 28 September, 2011

Brainwavz B2 Dual Balanced Armature In-Ear Headphones

Tech made Easy (RATED: 8/10)
Tech made Easy 'I know it sounds strange, you would think that more wires would mean more tangling, but the clever weave means that the leads are incredibly flexible while somehow managing not to tie themselves in knots.'Full Review
Date Added: Friday 23 September, 2011
RATED: 8/10

Brainwavz B2 Dual Balanced Armature In-Ear Headphones

Gizmodo
Gizmodo 'Brainwavz has clearly played the supplied accessories and a pair of foam tips extremely comfortable and highly insulating. This accessory is ideal for isolation from outside noise and fully experience music.'Full Review
Date Added: Monday 19 September, 2011

SONOS PLAY:3 Wireless HiFi System

Trusted Reviews (RATED: 9/10)
Trusted Reviews 'For years now, Sonos has been known as an expensive, high-quality streaming solution. But now that it has dropped the expensive bit, is the quality going to drop off too? Not in the slightest.'Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 09 August, 2011
RATED: 9/10

SONOS PLAY:3 Wireless HiFi System

Engadget Review (RATED: 7/10)
Engadget Review 'The Play:3 is more than adequate for casual listening. It's clear, loud, and punchy enough to start up a small dance party if need be. And, unless the units unpacked themselves, sprouted legs, and walked to where we wanted them, setting them up couldn't have been any easier.'Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 02 August, 2011
RATED: 7/10

Brainwavz B2 Dual Balanced Armature In-Ear Headphones

Registered Hardware Review (RATED: 85%)
Registered Hardware Review 'The B2s have a stand-out personality. As you can see from the picture, they're far from subtle in design with a twisted-pair colour cable giving a flamboyant zebra-skin feel that should appeal to every man's inner pimp. The style of cabling makes it less susceptible to knots too and when it does tangle, it's easy to fix.'Full Review
Date Added: Friday 29 July, 2011
RATED: 85%

SoundMagic E10 In-Ear Earphones

Macworld Review (RATED: 4/5)
Macworld Review

In terms of audio quality, the E10 has fairly strong bass and, for those upgrading from Apple's earphones, sound in a whole other league; especially considering the price.

If you’re thinking about buying a new set of earphones to replace the standard issue iPod ones, SoundMAGIC’s E10 is definitely worth considering.

Full Review
Date Added: Friday 29 July, 2011
RATED: 4/5

SoundMagic E10 In-Ear Earphones

Head-Fi
Head-Fi "Bass reaches down deep to sub-bass and hit with good impact, almost to a point of being bass dominant but lacks really good texture to be a monster of its own. Mid is only a tad recessed, still relatively sweet and clear but not a strong point in the overall presentation. Treble extends very well, not particular analytical but not lacking either. It has enough highlight to draw out the ‘sss’ in the vocal when called for, but not enough to sound bad with permanent sibilance. Soundstage is average due to the forwardness of presentation. In many ways the E10 shares a lot portion of its sound with ECCI PR300. While E10 has a deeper bass and slightly warmer tone, PR300 has more sparkle and hotter on the treble. This is quite different to that of PL50, which is smooth and mid focus though I still consider to be the same sound quality level as E10 and PR300."Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 12 July, 2011

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

TechWorld
TechWorld "While not quite an audiophile’s dream, these stylish little speakers do an excellent job. If you’re moving on up from the integrated speakers in your laptop, you’ll be more than satisfied with the SoundScience QSBs. On the other hand, if you love your bass-heavy tunes or require absolute precision in your sound reproduction, perhaps they aren’t for you. The QSBs are selling for around £90, and at that price are an extremely tempting proposition if you can’t stretch to a fully featured home audio system, or absolutely have to retain portability."Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 05 July, 2011

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

MacUser (print only) (RATED: 5/5)
MacUser (print only) "The QSB speakers are a considerable improvement on the general run of portable speakers for the desktop. While they're more in-your-suitcase than in-your-pocket, they deliver good-quality sound from nothing other than a single USB lead. If you want music or a movie in your hotel room or holiday let without having to plug in earphones, these speakers are a decent solution."
Date Added: Tuesday 05 July, 2011
RATED: 5/5

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

The Scotsman Review
The Scotsman Review "The design is clean and simple – all that was required was a union with my laptop's USB port. Recognised immediately by Windows – the QSB sprang into life with a balanced, powerful rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody, while the edgy tones of Glasvegas echoed with the sonic sharpness of shattered glass. The treble was shrill, the bass powerful – with a width of soundstage that such small speakers have no right to produce."Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 14 June, 2011

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

Trusted Reviews Review (RATED: 9/10)
Trusted Reviews Review "The Soundscience QSB USB-powered speakers may seem pricey, but their great sound and build quality justify the outlay if you frequently work on a laptop and are not chained to your desk. Cool and convenient, they're probably the most desirable USB speakers around."Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 24 May, 2011
RATED: 9/10

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

Gadgets and Technology News Review
Gadgets and Technology News Review

We literally could not believe how powerful the sound was, considering the small amount of power being delivered into the device. Many of us have got used to the idea that if something is not powered externally, then it just will not be very loud. But QSB's are a real engineering masterpiece, quashing those preconceptions.

And at 85mm square they are small enough to fit in any suitcase and to find room on any desk. Simply perfect.

Top marks on all accounts.

Full Review
Date Added: Monday 16 May, 2011

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

Computer Active Review (RATED: 3/5)
Computer Active Review "The £90 price tag might seem high for a pair of small speakers but this kit frees the user from the mains power point, making it a great choice for people who need good sound on the road."Full Review
Date Added: Monday 16 May, 2011
RATED: 3/5

SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi

Tech Made Easy Review (RATED: 8.5/10)
Tech Made Easy Review

We've given the QSB speakers a bit more of a test than you might expect for a simple set of speakers. We felt it important to test them in a variety of different circumstances and in different types of location. Not once did we find them to be of less use than the speakers or headset that they were replacing, and moving them from place to place was an absolute breeze. It's a bit of a shame that they won't work with other devices such as Android tablets, but then this is down to a lack of support within Android, not any fault of the speakers themselves.

They are definitely more impressive at higher volumes than you might expect. Speakers of this physical size often struggle when pushed too far but if anything these speakers improve the higher you set the volume. They're not going to fill Wembley stadium, but for medium to large sized rooms you shouldn't experience any problems whatsoever.

In terms of price, the QSB's are on sale at AdvancedMP3Players for just under £90, which is a lot for a set of portable speakers. But these simply blow every other set of portable speakers that we've used out of the water, both in terms of performance and style. If you're in the market for a set of portable speakers then you could certainly do a lot worse in this area of the market, these chomp at the heels of speakers that cost two or three times as much while offering comparable levels of performance.

Full Review
Date Added: Monday 16 May, 2011
RATED: 8.5/10

Archos 70 - 250GB (HDD) Android 2.2 'Froyo' Internet Tablet with 7" Screen

Trusted Reviews (RATED: 7/10)
Trusted Reviews It lacks the desirability of other more expensive tablets and its display is average, but thanks to its good touchscreen and decent processor, the Archos 70 is a budget winner.Full Review
Date Added: Thursday 28 April, 2011
RATED: 7/10

Grado SR-80i Open Back Headphones

Head-Fi.org Review (RATED: 4.5/5)
Head-Fi.org Review They are know as the rock headphones because of their dynamics and attack. Attack is the speed that a note is started. So if a track goes quiet and then starts again, the Grados can startle with how suddenly the new passage begins. This also creates strong dynamic swings, which work well for rock and orchestral music. Their open backed design makes for a wide sound stage, where instruments feel as if they are around you and not trapped inside your head.Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 26 October, 2010
RATED: 4.5/5

Grado SR-80i Open Back Headphones

Cnet Review (RATED: 4.5/5)
Cnet Review Grado's made-in-Brooklyn headphones kick butt on CDs and DVDs...All in all, the Grado SR80 performs splendidly with music and home theater. However, the step-down SR60 is more efficient and probably better for use with portable MP3 players.Full Review
Date Added: Tuesday 26 October, 2010
RATED: 4.5/5
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