Audiophiles have no problem spending a little extra scratch to get quality wireless speakers from the likes of Sonos, but the company just released a diminutive model aimed at those with lighter wallets.
With the iPad rumored for a refresh this month, there are plenty of refurb models of the current, soon-to-be-previous-generation models out there on the refresh end of things. Now, if you were the kind of person who might be interested in something like that, this would be a good place to save some money.
The Compact Disc recently celebrated its 30th birthday, but for most people, digital files stored on a Mac (or streaming from a cloud) have completely replaced plastic discs shoved inside a stereo. But despite recent improvements to the speakers inside many late-model Macs, they're still lacking when it comes to listening to your favorite tunes. Palo Alto Audio’s Cubik is a pair of desktop speakers built to wring as much sound as possible out of your files, without hogging much space on your desk
I hate to be the one to break it to you, but, well...your computer speakers probably suck. Don’t worry, you’re not alone; most desktop speakers and even many surround-sound systems are designed to minimize size and cost, with sound quality coming in at a distant third in terms of priority. And for many users, that’s just fine. For general computing and most gaming, fidelity isn’t quite as important as, you know, just getting the sounds to your ears. But if you create multimedia, or do anything that requires detailed, accurate sound reproduction, Cerwin Vega’s XD3 speakers deliver great performance for a reasonable price.
All we need to say can be summed up in the words Superpig Speaker Docking System. After that, all these other deals are gravy on top of our favorite deal we've ever offered. I mean, just look at that adorable thing. Impulse buys like these you never regret.