Mass Fidelity delivers The Core that will please music lovers

If you have a great love for all things musical, then you would most probably be pleased to hear that Mass Fidelity Inc. has come up with what they call as ‘The Core,’ where this is a product which was specially designed to be the center of users’ musical universe. The Core happens to be a beautiful, compact wireless speaker that will merge “better than stereo” sound alongside an impressive feature set which comprises of portability, multi-room functionality and crystal-clear audio.

How does The Core work? For starters, it will rely on a range of innovative acoustic technologies in order to develop a stunning sound which mimics the experience of two separated Hi-Fi speakers, and yet does not look blky since the a beautiful box that it arrives in will for all practical intents and purposes, be able to fit in ‘the palm of your hand.’

Ben Webster, CEO and Co-Founder of Mass Fidelity, has this to say about The Core, “What makes the Core truly revolutionary is the use of innovative Wave Field Synthesis technology. Wave Field Synthesis is an entirely new way of rendering audio where a sound image is produced by recreating that sound in space – similar to a hologram. This astonishing sound image can be ‘viewed’ from anywhere in the room. It is purer and sounds better than traditional stereo, because it does not rely on the listener’s position or on ‘tricking the brain’ with psychoacoustics.”

Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) is a revolutionary audio rendering technique which results in an astounding sonic image that will sound as though a couple of widely placed Hi-Fi speakers are there in the room itself. Wave Field Synthesis will cause sound to emanate from virtual starting points, and this will continue to move along pathways, resulting in a lifelike sound image as each of the waveforms collide at a point in space. It will be different from conventional stereo that was designed to trick the brain with clever psychoacoustic processes, as WFS will be able to reconstruct the sound field physically, resulting in what is deemed to be one of the purest and cleanest audio representations.

Your ears will definitely enjoy sound that is accompanied by smooth highs, crystal clear midrange and bone shaking bass, courtesy of an array of four custom-designed mid/high frequency speakers and a downward-firing subwoofer, driven by 120 watts of precision digital power.

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Star Wars Imperial Chronometers – go all Vader on your time!

The Star Wars franchise has certainly seen its fair share of releases in the past that will definitely keep you wondering just when will George Lucas get tired of milking this particular franchise for all that is worth. Today, we have something else that deals with time – where the richest and poorest man in the whole world have an equal amount of each day, 24 hours – no more, no less. If you already own a Star Wars alarm clock of sorts, and would like to bring some Star Wars love with you on your wrist, then the $129.99 Star Wars Imperial Chronometers would certainly make plenty of sense.

With a couple of iconic Star Wars watches that will help you tell the time, you might be coaxed to be punctual from now on thanks to Vader’s design that sports plenty of red details, or if you happen to have an aim in life but somehow never really managed to hit the target, then the Stormtrooper model with white details would definitely come in handy. After all, the Imperial army did not manage to rise to its position of power without making sure that everything else ran like clockwork, could they? The Star Wars Imperial Chronometers are officially licensed Star Wars timepieces, where the multiple dials depict day, date, and time, and it sports Japanese movement instead of something from the planet Naboo.
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Bang mini speaker lets you share your favorite tunes wherever you are

What you see above happens to be the Bang mini speaker which would allow you to share your favorite songs regardless of where you are, thanks to the folks over from Coloud Headphones, who have now delivered yet another option which you can utilize to let your neighbor or family members listen to the genius that is Justin Bieber – assuming you love his music to bits and pieces, and think that he is way better than the late Elvis himself. All right, I digress, as this is supposed to be more about the Bang mini speaker compared to what some might see as an insult to The King himself.

Let’s face the facts – life without music can get to be rather boring and dull, especially when one goes through life in an extremely monotonous manner. A road trip could feel as though its distance is twice as long as it actually is if all your ears were subjected to was the sound of tire threads rolling on asphalt, and some children at the back asking for the umpteenth time, “Are we there yet?” If only you had your favorite band playing in the background, you thought, and you would have felt as though the entire length of the journey would be halved.

Well, the Bang mini speaker is not only highly portable, it is also more than capable of delivering incredible sound quality in a modern design, where the saying “good things come in small packages” is proven correct. Apart from that, the folks over at Coloud Headphones have also thrown in a 3.5mm daisy chain jack for you to set your own – in other words, you are able to hook up multiple speakers together for a bigger, bolder sound, or have the choice to remain to just one for those low-key occasions.

Expect the Coloud Bang mini speaker to arrive later this October 2nd for $25 a pop, where you can choose from black, neon pink and purple, and grey and cerise shades.

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We all need the Calming Stone, because life can be scary

Forget stopping to smell the roses. No one has time for that sort of thing anymore. We’re all concerned with getting from point A to B, and the various chores that need to be done in between. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the things you have to keep up with. Of course for some of us, identifying what causes us stress is not so easy.

If you are prone to panic attacks, then you likely want ways to calm yourself down when you’re alone in an unfamiliar setting. While there are breathing and meditation techniques you can use to chill out, there’s a good chance that you’re not going to remember them when you’re nauseous, dizzy, and short on breath. If you are always looking for new ways to curb this sort of situation, then you’ll want to keep an eye on the Calming Stone concept.

This is a stone-shaped device that will walk you through breathing techniques should you be overcome with anxiety. It’s smooth, can release a calming scent into the air, and features a wireless in-ear headphone that will guide the user through several meditative techniques. There’s a built-in light should you happen to be suddenly struck with a nameless terror at night and need a way to soothe your mind, and the control panel is simple to operate. While it is currently in the prototype stage, it will hopefully be made into a reality for those who need it.

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Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones works even without a battery

The old must go, and the new ought to arrive. The time has come for the five year old Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones to finally call it a day, especially when you take into consideration that its successor, aptly known as the Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones has just been announced, where it delivers next generation performance that will boast of an entirely new design, as it goes about merging better noise reduction and audio performance thanks to a stunning new look and greater portability.

Touted to deliver a brand new standard for performance, just about every single dimension of the Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones have been improved, ranging from greater noise reduction to lifelike audio, a striking new profile and styles, and a new earcup pivot that can fold up smaller than ever. In a nutshell, Bose was not going to let the QC15 headphones call it a day until the company itself has churned out something that is a whole lot better – and different, of course, which are categories that the Bose QuietComfort 25 is able to fulfill without batting an eyelid.

The QuietComfort 25 headphones will glean its capabilities from more than 30 years of ongoing research, where it can cancel more noise than any other Bose consumer headphone in history. There are also other kinds of audio advancements that will help reproduce music with improved clarity and accuracy, in addition to a more finely tuned Active EQ that delivers a demonstrably smoother frequency response across the full spectrum of sound, regardless of listening level. Not only that, TriPort technology will be able to deliver deep, detailed low notes, while a lower noise floor helps to further reduce the common “hiss” that is normally associated with conventional active noise cancelling headphones.

Do expect the Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones to be powered for up to 35 hours on a solitary AAA battery, and if the battery runs out of juice, it will not stop the Bose QuietComfort 25 from working on. The asking price for this beauty? $299.95 a pop from the beginning of this month onward.

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Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones works even without a battery

The old must go, and the new ought to arrive. The time has come for the five year old Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones to finally call it a day, especially when you take into consideration that its successor, aptly known as the Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones has just been announced, where it delivers next generation performance that will boast of an entirely new design, as it goes about merging better noise reduction and audio performance thanks to a stunning new look and greater portability.

Touted to deliver a brand new standard for performance, just about every single dimension of the Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones have been improved, ranging from greater noise reduction to lifelike audio, a striking new profile and styles, and a new earcup pivot that can fold up smaller than ever. In a nutshell, Bose was not going to let the QC15 headphones call it a day until the company itself has churned out something that is a whole lot better – and different, of course, which are categories that the Bose QuietComfort 25 is able to fulfill without batting an eyelid.

The QuietComfort 25 headphones will glean its capabilities from more than 30 years of ongoing research, where it can cancel more noise than any other Bose consumer headphone in history. There are also other kinds of audio advancements that will help reproduce music with improved clarity and accuracy, in addition to a more finely tuned Active EQ that delivers a demonstrably smoother frequency response across the full spectrum of sound, regardless of listening level. Not only that, TriPort technology will be able to deliver deep, detailed low notes, while a lower noise floor helps to further reduce the common “hiss” that is normally associated with conventional active noise cancelling headphones.

Do expect the Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones to be powered for up to 35 hours on a solitary AAA battery, and if the battery runs out of juice, it will not stop the Bose QuietComfort 25 from working on. The asking price for this beauty? $299.95 a pop from the beginning of this month onward.

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The Razer Ferox Mobile Gaming Speakers provide all-encompassing sound for the traveling gamer

Gaming can be a casual thing, but if you start playing more, you’re going to notice how your equipment affects your in-game abilities. If your mouse can’t keep up with how quickly you move, or your keys on your keyboard don’t have a fast enough response time, then it’s going to negatively impact your performance. Of course, sound also plays a major role in your ability to react to in-game instances.

If you don’t have a very good sound system and were thinking of upgrading, chances are you want to get speakers that give you fully immersive sound. Should you happen to be an avid gamer, then you know that Razer is a well-respected name for our community. You can trust their keyboards and mice to live up to their name, so there’s no reason the Ferox Mobile Gaming Speakers can’t do the same.

These little speakers are only two and a half inches tall, and provide 360 degree omnidirectional sound. They have 30mm neodymium magnet drivers, are both 3W, and charge via USB. You can game anywhere for around 8 hours with two powerful speakers at your disposal before you would need to recharge. These plug into your 3.5mm jack, and are meant to be used for portable gaming, which makes them perfect for staying at a home away from home and wanting to feel as though you’re at your desktop setup. Of course, do use some courtesy when using these out and about. You’ll be looking at paying out $49.99-59.99 should you have interest in getting two little speakers that have some bite.

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Panasonic RP-HGS10 Open Ear Headphones introduced

Headphones are dime a dozen in the market, so which particular model should you settle for if you are interested in picking up a pair? Well, the answer really lies in what you would use it for actually. For those who are constantly involved in an active lifestyle and cannot sit still for a few minutes, a pair of headphones that are lightweight and durable – waterproof even, would come across as highly recommended. If you would like to remain at home and enjoy lossless audio, then a premium pair of headphones would be a whole lot more suitable. Panasonic has just announced their latest Panasonic RP-HGS10 Open Ear Headphones, and as the name of the headphones suggest, it will target active users who do not want to compromise on audio quality, and yet do not want to lose any kind of situational awareness.

In other words, if you tend to go jogging every day outdoors instead of spending time with the treadmill at home, the Panasonic RP-HGS10 Open Ear Headphones would be the perfect pair of headphones for you, bar none. After all, it will let you enjoy audio without losing any sense of hearing of the things that are going on around you. How does this happen? The answer is pretty simple, with the Panasonic RP-HGS10 sitting directly in front of a user’s ear, and one gets to enjoy sound transmission through advanced bone conduction technology. Vibrations will move through the bone directly into the auditory nerve, resulting in crystal clear sound without blocking the ear canal.

This means your ear drums would be freed up to do what they’re supposed to do – help you listen to what is going on around. Hikers, runners and bikers would definitely find the Panasonic RP-HGS10 useful, as they get to immerse themselves in their favorite energizing tracks, all the while remaining connected to their environment, such as a honking car or the sound of a bus’ engine from your behind.

Arriving in green/black, purple/pink and white/black options, each model features a colored refection sheet for additional safety for nighttime outdoor use. It will retail for $79.99 per pair and is already available for purchase.

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Swann Security announces its Digital Wireless Security System

When it comes to the safety of your family, there is simply no need to compromise at all. After all, money can never purchase a life that is broken, or even worse, lost. Those who happen to be extremely well off and would like to ensure their homes will remain as safe as possible will most probably have employed a security staff of sorts, and it does not hurt either to set up a rather extensive network of video monitors around. Swann Security, a name that has been trusted in such a department for some time already, has just announced its Digital Wireless Security System.

The Swann Security Digital Wireless Security System is also known as the ADW-410 Camera and Monitor with Motion Triggered Recording, where this unique plug and play wireless surveillance system will be able to offer a quick and easy do-it-yourself security solution, as well as day and night High Definition quality video which can be accessed remotely from mobile devices and tablets.

Sporting a powerful 720P high definition camera, the Digital Wireless Security System can record up to a distance of 165 feet/50 meters, which results in high quality images – regardless of whether it is during the daytime or at night, thanks to its 20 IR LEDs. Not only that, the camera will boast of an integrated microphone which would enable users to have the opportunity to see, but also to hear audio up to 16 feet/5 meters. Users will be able to monitor just exactly what is happening round the clock, and will be notified through their smartphone or tablet whenever any kind of activity is registered by the camera’s motion-triggered feature. These cameras are pretty hardy, being able to be mounted either inside or outside thanks to its IP66 weather resistant rating.

The system will come with an 8GB micro SD memory card right out of the box to help you get started, and the memory can be expanded up to 32GB. The asking price? $249.99 a pop.

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