The Ultimate Ears Loud Enough Earphones are an excellent choice for parents of tweens who want to protect their children's ears from overly loud music listening.
We put the HTC One M8's new improved BoomSound speakers up against its rivals. They're impressively loud for a phone.
Out of 14 infant sleep machines tested, all were louder than the 50-decibel limit set by hospital nurseries, while two were louder than what's considered hazardous to adult ears in the workplace.
This snore-activated nudging pillow won't sleep on the job. It detects vibrations from snoring and prods the sleeper into changing positions.
Designed with musicians in mind, this premium speaker (normally $299) features a microphone/guitar input for use with iOS music-creation apps.
Making waves for the first time in the U.S., the Pearl and Oyster wireless speakers from Damson Audio have washed up on the beaches of CTIA 2013. Both Bluetooth products are designed by the British manufacturer, but it's the first time we've seen them on this side of the pond.
The Audi RS 4 is fast, spacious and gloriously noisy. What's not to love?
Mastering engineer Bob Katz is certain the Loudness Wars will soon fade away, and music will sound better than ever.
Most folks don't want to or can't listen loud at home, but if you want to shake the foundation, the Audiophiliac is here to help.
Loud conversation and music are good for business because tables turn over faster and people drink more, but does the noise turn you off?