All the same voice-control capabilities of the previous Echo Dot in a smaller, glossier form factor.
A little plastic doodad that hooks into a typical 3.5mm stereo-mini jack and splits the audio between three sets of headphones.
A great introduction to stoic philosophy, in audiobook form.
A beautiful new professional soundboard app for iPhone and iPad.
The Sonos Play 1 with Apple Music is a great way to start building a whole house audio solution.
One of the best all-in-one mics for recording podcasts.
This turntable is a great way to get started with listening to Vinyl.
Chapters greatly simplifies the job of adding chapter markers to podcasts. Your listeners will love you for it.
A fast and simple voice recorder app that syncs recordings between practically all your Apple devices. Dick Tracy would love it.
A big, cushiony cube with a built-in wireless microphone. Perfect for conferences, meetups, and the like.
A social network for sharing short-form audio stories.
A simple, inexpensive way to listen to music or podcasts in the shower while your iPhone’s in the other room.
A combination case and stand for on-ear and over-ear headphones, crafted from soft Italian leather and rugged British cotton canvas twill.
A 90-minute audio discussion/seminar on making the most of one’s precious few productive hours each day.
A great entry-level USB condenser mic for budding podcasters and musicians, especially those who might record while traveling.
I know that Beats products have long had the reputation of being about “brand” and not performance. I’d being lying if I said I wasn’t impressed by the recent Lebron James commercial about the Powerbeats 2, though. I’ve recently picked running back up as a hobby, so I wanted to get some bluetooth headphones to run with. I debated between the Powerbeats 2 and the JayBird BlueBuds X headphones. After much research, I decided to purchase the Powersbeats 2.