Philips Fidelio SoundSphere DS9800W/10
It’s rather fitting that these AirPlay speakers from Philips look like their eyes are out on stalks because that’s exactly what happens the first time people catch sight of them. Of course, the SoundSphere’s protrusions aren’t actually eyeballs (probably due to audio being a largely ear-based medium – and the fact it’d be a bit weird) but tweeters to complement the wood-encased drivers below. Within each speaker is 50W of music-pushing power plus Apple’s AirPlay tech for streaming tunes over Wi-Fi from your iThing. A separate dock deals with charging duties while the SoundStudio app allows you to tweak the (excellent) sound to your audiophile heart’s content. But just try to keep those eyeballs of yours under control, okay? Read review
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