Review: eMotion Social-Connect Digital Photo Frame plus a giveaway

<img src="" />I've suffered much when it comes to digital photo frames. I purchased a number of frames from multip

Gift Guide 2009: Headphones

[tab:Intro][flagallery gid=6 name=”CrunchGear Gift Guide 2009″] So you’ve taken the plunge and bought (or are going to buy) a sweet new personal media player. iPod, Zune, Walkman or

Review: Alesis DM6 Drum Kit

Short Version: The Alesis DM6 drum kit is a full set of electronic drums that is extremely accessible, yet just as difficult to master as the real thing. In un-packing the box it came in, one thing wa

Review: EOS wireless speaker system

<img src="" alt="EOS" title="EOS" />To paraphrase <a href="

Review: WD TV Live HD Media Player

<img src="" alt="wdtvlivehd" /><strong>Short Version:</strong> Western Digital's newest addition to its growing lineup of med

Review: AKAI LPK 25

<img src="" />I love my keyboard. It is actually a synthesizer, an Alesis micron but I use it as a midi controller. The only probl

Review: Stylophone Beatbox

How often have you said to yourself “If only there was some way I could use a small stylus to create odd rap beats using samples from known beatboxers along with with the sounds of drum and bass

Review: Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of tech reporting it’s that you should never say Bose makes good products. Bose, like Apple, is a lightning rod for informed and uninfor

Review: Logitech Harmony 700 universal remote

The Harmony 700 just works. It doesn’t look as fancy as the 900, but I don’t care. What I care about in a remote is the most functionality for the lowest price. And let me tell you that t

Review: AKG K 340 in-canal headphones

Mid- and high-end headphones are everywhere these days. AKG, previously known for recording and broadcast equipment, just added to the bunch by outing a slew of headphones, including these totally acc

Review: Logitech Harmony 900 universal remote

I wanted to love this remote. The Harmony One has a great form factor, and I was hoping that Logitech would add its current RF system to the mix. But that didn’t happen with the $400 Harmony 900

Review: Stanton T.55 USB turntable

<img src="" alt="Stanton T.55 USB turntable" title="Stanton T.55 USB turntable" />It's been a long, long time since I've looked at turnt

Review: Cresyn C750E Headphones

This whole thing wasn’t very promising. When I got the Cresyn C750E $99.99 earbuds they came in a bland, non-descript package. The package contained the headphones, a carry bag, and 3 different

Review: Insignia NS-ND01 portable HD radio

If you have been waiting for a portable HD radio, I have bad news for you. The Insignia NS-ND-01 is a joke. It feels and looks like a generic MP3 player from 2001. Even worse, it doesn’t work we

Review: Logitech G35 7.1 surround-sound headphones

The short version: if you have the money to spare, these headphones are the only thing you need for your gaming and media PC. Logitech’s newest G-series lineup is impressive, but I noted when it

Review: BenQ Joybee GP1 projector [Update]

<img src="" alt="" /><strong>Short Version:</strong> When it comes to “pocket projectors” the BenQ Joybee GP1 is a smidge to hefty

Review: Altec Lansing BackBeat 903 wireless headphones

The era of stereo Bluetooth is upon us. While A2DP – essentially the part of Bluetooth that enables stereo transmission of audio – has been around for years, it’s taken Apple two yea

Review: The Elektron Machinedrum

The Machinedrum is not something you can easily acquire. It’s hard to find Elektron in your local drum machine shop – not that there are many drum machine shops out there but fortunately a

Review: JBL Roxy reference 430 & 250 headphones

“Aww, those are so cute!” says my wife as I took the new JBL Roxy headphones out of the shipping box. Me? I could not care less how my gadgets look, as long as they work well. But my wife

Review: Klipsch Image S4 headphones

Several months ago, CrunchGear reviewed Klipsch’s X5 headphones, which I pronounced the best in-ear headphones I’d ever used. Unfortunately, they cost $250, which kind of puts them out of
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