Audioquest’s Dragonfly Cobalt update is the best sounding DAC/amp in dongle form, but can it stand with larger, battery-powered options? This synopsis gets to the point.
The Fiio M6 is impressively petite for its feature-set, which also maximizes its DAC/amp stacking usefulness. But is it a good budget audio player in its own right?
iFi attempts to substantially shrink down their preceding tank-like flagship portable DAC that on-the-go audiophiles, such as ourselves, have adored, but can it maintain the same acoustic excellence?
Fiio’s new M9 HiFi player attempts a sweet-spot middle-ground between size and audio prowess, and upgrades the preceding M7 in a few notable ways. This synopsis lays out its key usability details.
The BTR3 is the successor to our well-received BTR1. This slick concept of a super-compact HiFi Bluetooth receiver is made even slicker with a refined design and improved audio transmission. This Synopsis runs through the key details.
Fiio’s lower-costing “M” series hits the fray with a bang with the new M7 audio player. It modernizes the lineup with a clean touchscreen interface and metal-clad build, while staying compact. But can its sound compete?
Fiio has been expanding to other forms of audio gear, but isn’t forgetting about its roots. The Q5 is the company’s newest flagship mobile DAC, feature-packed with top-end developments but not price.
When portable Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen, it’s important to up your game. This is exactly what Aukey has done. The SK-S1 wireless speaker looks more expensive than it is, and it has the audio quality to match.
Braven’s “Outdoor” series has some of its most powerful Bluetooth speakers. The new Ready Elite is a middle-ground solution, promising mighty tunes in a still transportable package. Is the perfect balance struck?
This Synopsis Ultimate Ears (UE) is one of the best Bluetooth speaker manufacturers out there. There’s a reason why I’ve hung onto my UE Boom 2…