Bang & Olufsen Beosound Balance

After being impressed with the B&O H95 headphones, we decided to go ahead and buy the Beosound Balance. This is our impression, after about a month of listening to it. Build quality and user-friendliness are top-notch as you would expect from a €2000 speaker. The design is very basic. It looks more like a lamp... Continue Reading →

Bose Frames: from Alto to Tenor

We are a big fan of the Bose Frames since we bought the Alto version that we reviewed here. Most of what we wrote in that review still stands for the new Tenor version also. But a lot has been improved. But let's start with the things that did not improve: The Bose Frames Tenor... Continue Reading →

Remarkable 2 Review

Almost perfect Let's start with the hardware: It's amazing. Thin and build to last. Maybe a bit too heavy, but nothing to worry about. Cover and pen feel great.Just like with most tablets that have a pen that attaches with magnets: it will come off, so be careful. Having the cover on the device helps... Continue Reading →

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

This will be an ongoing review over the coming months about things we noticed. We started to use the Flip as our “daily driver” on February 22. Our observations so far:Most wireless chargers will not work with the Flip because the Flip has the charging coil in the lower half of the phone. Some desktop... Continue Reading →

Marshall Stockwell 2 & Tufton

Just as we mentioned in our review of the JBL Boombox, most reviewers do not take the phone they are using into account when judging the sound of Bluetooth speakers. Switching phones does make a huge difference in the perceived sound quality, and many phones now also offer sound quality settings like Dolby Atmos. Changing... Continue Reading →

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