Want the performance of a professional set of headphones but without the price tag? The Anker Soundcore Space NC Headphones might be some of the best there in the under $100 range. The sound quality is excellent, and the noise cancelling feature isn’t too bad either. The headphones are comfortable for long term use, and the wireless feature offers you an untangled range of movement to make the experience extra smooth. At just $99 these headphones are feature packed and top of the line at this price point.
Anker Soundcore Space NC Headphones
McIntosh MT2 Precision Turntable
McIntosh just released the third edition of their MT2 Precision and we think its their most stylish and high performance release yet. Combining the latest in turntable technology and design they are able to deliver top-notch audio quality, accurate playback and a clean, refined aesthetic. The MT2 is belt-driven and comes with a moving coil cartridge capable of handling high outputs from both moving coil phono and moving magnet inputs. The MT2 can play both 33-1/3 and 45 RPM records and is ready to play right out of the box.
Vizio P-Series Quantum
Whether you have your TV in a bright room and just can’t get over the glare, or maybe you just want to see the full spectrum of color, or perhaps you just want the best quality out there, the Vizio P-Series Quantum is the TV for you. They use what they’re calling “UltraBright 2000” technology, which just means that the TV can achieve 2,000 nits of brightness. For those of you who don’t know what a nit is, it measures brightness and 2,000 is really bright. The display also has excellent fidelity of contrast, so the bright parts of whatever you’re watching get really bright, and the dark parts stay super dark. With all the other perks of a new smart TV, this 4K display might just be the perfect TV for anyone looking to blow their friends away with an ultra bright display, or anyone fighting the living room glare.