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acoustic energy ae-29

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Acoustic Energy AE-29 Bluetooth speaker system

The Acoustic Energy AE-29 is a decent--if slightly overpriced--Bluetooth speaker system.

By December 7, 2008

3 stars Editors' rating December 7, 2008

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Acoustic Energy AE-29

The Acoustic Energy AE-29 streams sound from most Bluetooth-enabled phones and media players.

November 25, 2008

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Acoustic Energy AE-29 Bluetooth Speaker coming to America

Britain's Acoustic Energy is bringing its AE-29 Bluetooth Speaker to the North American market.

By October 21, 2008

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Researchers invent tiny sonic screwdriver

Using an array of loudspeakers, researchers have created swirling vortices of sound that were used to manipulate microscopic particles.

By May 28, 2015

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Take a look at the very first images of thunder

We all know the belly-shaking sound of lightning, but now scientists have visually captured its sound waves for the very first time.

By May 6, 2015

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Sound obsession: The Morel Octave 6 Limited Edition speakers

Can a "Made in Israel" speaker go toe-to-toe with the best British and American speakers?

By May 2, 2015

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AKG K3003i: Can a headphone sound too accurate?

Mate these in-ear headphones with a great amplifier, and prepare to be astonished!

By February 21, 2015

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Do you like loud music, or prefer to listen quietly?

At home or in your car you're in control, how loud do you like your music?

By September 20, 2014

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Plants muster defenses when they 'hear' an attack

Plants vs. Caterpillars? Nope, it's not a video game mashup. It's a very real battle, and the plants are using a unique method to win.

By July 5, 2014

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Researchers bypass blood work, favoring lasers to detect malaria

Using the same tech a destroyer uses to detect a submarine, a new diagnostic tool listens for the sound of popping vapor nanobubbles -- a telltale sign that malaria parasites are dining.

By January 8, 2014