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If you plan to dictate often and want a comfortable, flexible solution, and, especially, don’t want to wear a headset, the SpeechWare USB 6-in-1 TableMike is the best choice out there.
Seeking access to millions of tracks? A subscription service can provide it.
If you need a small, high-quality microphone that's at home with your Mac as well as with your iPad or recent iPhone, Apogee's Mic is worth your consideration.
If you're looking for an inexpensive interface for digitizing your LPs, Behringer provides it in the form of the U-Phono UFO202.
We tested four desktop amplifiers, each with a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), aimed at turning your Mac into a quality desktop audio system.
Philips recently released Mac OS X software for their SpeechMike Pro LFH3200 handheld microphone allowing it to be used with Macs and with Nuance's Dragon Dictate.
The Tunebug Shake will turn your helmet into a loudspeaker, so you can safely listen to music while riding your bike. And it works, for the most part.
Apogee Jam is the first product to support the iPhone 4—and use the dock connector instead of the headphone jack.
The Denon RCD-N7, an AirPlay-enabled receiver, packs a heck of a lot of functionality into a compact package.
They say good things come in small packages. In the case of the Meteor Mic, it's a mixed blessing.
Want to be a DJ? Gemini First Mix is an easy and fun way to learn the basics and rock your next house party.
Sonos' latest portable amplified speaker is highly portable, sounds great for its size, and best of all, at $299 is a reasonably affordable way to enjoy Sonos' multi-room music streaming experience.
Musicians seeking a way to easily connect multiple music making devices to their iPad have a solution in Alesis' iO Dock.