January 30, 2013
Wireless audio is beginning to become an accepted formula for listening to music around your house, or wherever it is you want to go – but the protocol itself still has much development needed to become something that will replaced wired audio. Whenever a new technology is brought to the public, it always suffers the need to show itself off. By this, I mean companies who want to take hold of a new technology and push it to the public as fast as they can, before it is fully developed. Since the technology is new, the public might not see the high initial price as defect, rather, the price to obtain something that nobody else owns.
Wireless audio devices around the house being produced and revamped into more successful models every day, but the price of these objects aren’t cheap. The “Party in a Box” by Soul will cost you …
January 3, 2013
With complete DJ systems shrinking to the size of something that will fit in a backpack, you’d expect other peripherals to shrink down as well – and they have. That’s not to say that a smaller size lighting devices or a smaller sized speakers are a better option, since they usually suffer from problems that involve performance. Consider the laptop like a Macbook, and why it costs nearly twice as much as the same desktop PC that will deliver the same amount of performance. In order to keep the performance output of the laptop high, it must use specialized parts that cost more to produce. Likewise, you can over clock a desktop PC – but you also have to increase things like cooling and durability. Try that on a laptop that cannot be physically cooled and you will have an expensive paperweight on your hands.
Small and mini speakers …