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B&O has taken the wraps off its high-end BeoLab 17 and BeoLab 18 wireless speakers and BeoLab 19 subwoofer, the first commercial products to use the WiSA wireless standard.
Klipsch sued Monoprice in March for selling home theater speakers that were virtually identical to ones made by its Energy brand. Terms of the settlement weren't disclosed.
In a March lawsuit, Klipsch accused Monoprice of patent infringement. Now, the speakers in question are not available on Monoprice's Web site, though the company has not commented.
For starters, there's speaker size and price, but room size is also a major factor. Also, do you listen to more music than movies?
Monoprice's 9774 speakers are virtually identical to the Energy's Take Classic 5.1 speakers, except they're nearly $150 cheaper. That makes them the best home audio value we've ever seen.
Gallo's unique technology and design helped produce a speaker that's an equally accomplished performer for hi-fi, home theater, and desktop use.
Hsu's HB-1 MK2 sats and HC-1 MK2 center-channel speaker are big enough to rock the house, but they won't break the bank!
We pick the best budget-priced hi-fi and home theater speakers, and even the cheapest one is a bona fide audiophile contender!
Pioneer's Andrew Jones not only designs $80,000 speakers, he has now crafted a phenomenal-sounding $499 home theater system.
It wasn't that long ago that HTIBs were the best way to buy a home theater audio system on the cheap, but sound bars are now a more popular option.