German audio gear manufacturer Sennheiser has shown a penchant for introducing its latest gear in India at a swift pace especially when compared to other international audio brands. After the launch of the impressive Momentum headphones, Sennheiser has launched a number of new headphones geared towards gamers, who seek the spatial dynamics of surround sound. For this, Sennheiser has launched the PC 363D, the U320, the PC350 and the PC310 headphones in India. These headphones start at Rs 4,490 and go all the w...
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Paying Rs 25,000 seems a bit obscene for a headphone, but if you are an audio nut then an amount four times more will also be ‘okay’ if it is good enough for the ‘Sound of Music.’ Sennheiser, of course, is a well-known German audio brand and like most things German, nothing less than perfection will suffice. The Momentum headphones are their latest and greatest and they have been designed to deliver high quality ‘audiophile grade’ audio in a smart, luxurious package that has a mobile first att...
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JBL has launched a number of new iPod docks in India and notably their entire new line up is now ‘Lightning connector’ compliant which means users of the iPhone 5, the new iPod touch, and the iPad mini can seamlessly dock with these audio products without the need of 30-pin to lightning connector adaptor. The new docks launched include – the OnBeat Micro, OnBeat Mini, OnBeat Venue LT, and the OnBeat Rumble. (more…)Google+
Of late, Philips has been making great strides in the space of consumer audio. Only recently, we reviewed the Fidelio SoundSphere and we left mighty impressed. Today, Philips has launched yet another unique audio product at CES. It is the world’s first sound-bar, that features detachable speakers that have the ability to seamlessly switch from a virtual surround sound setup to a wireless 5.1 surround sound setup – The HTL9100. Additionally, it also features a wireless sub-woofer. (more…)Google+
With the advent of modern day iDevice compliant dock speakers, people often blindly opt for the simpler solution rather than look at their daily needs. There is a vast difference between an iPod dock from say a standard 2.1 PC speaker and the difference becomes even more obvious when we delve into the 5.1 channel surround sound. People often mistake an iPod dock for a 2.1 Speaker substitute. While this can work at times if we take a look at some of the more expensive docks, 90 percent of times chances are the...
Start up a conversation about high-end audio docks and you’ll hear people talk about the B&W Zeppelin, the Bose SoundDock and other comparable offering from companies like Bang and Olufsen or Harman Kardon, but no one will talk about Philips. Philips is the perennial dark horse in the high-end audio segment. It makes some awesome products but they are neither marketed well nor easily available. Their latest offering is the Fidelio SoundSphere 9800 AirPlay enabled speaker system and mark my words its no ...
Dolby has partnered with Sathyam cinemas in Chennai to launch the first Dolby Atmos technology enabled theater in India. The Sathyam Serene in Chennai becomes the first theater in India to be equipped with Dolby’s new object oriented sound technology. Along with this, Sivaji 3D becomes the first Indian movie to have its audio mastered with Dolby’s new technology. While no changes were made to original film, the audio was re-mastered in Dolby Atmos. (more…)Google+
The German audio alchemists Sennheiser have launched their Momentum headphones in India for a not so cheap Rs 24,990. Right from the get go, these headphones seem to be high-end vintage aviator style headphones that compete in a category that has the likes of the Bowers and Wilkins P5 headphones. (more…)Google+
JBL has launched the J-series of headphones in India that start at Rs 4,490 without the microphone and Rs 5,490 with the microphone. JBL claims that these headphone come equipped with high performance drivers that can reproduce impressive audio quality with deep bass response that is powerful yet accurate. (more…)Google+
Philips has launched the DJ party machine iPod compatible dock speaker system in India for Rs 34,990. Essentially, the speaker system brings the DJ experience to a consumer product by allowing for two iPod/iPhones to be docked in turntable like enclosures. Users can mix and scratch their music and Philips even adds dynamic lighting to the product. (more…)Google+
Harman and Kardon have launched their CL headphones in India for Rs 9,990. The CL headphones sport a similar aviator design to the Bowers and Wilkins P5 headphones and are iPhone and iPod compliant via a line-in remote for controlling the volume, audio playback and phone calls. (more…)Google+
Philips has launched a slew of new home entertainment products in India that include home theater solutions, iPod Docks, MP3 players and Headphones. (more…)Google+