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LG's answer to Sonos is a lot like Sonos

LG debuted its Music Flow series of wireless speakers last summer, offering a range of speakers targeted squarely at competitor Sonos' products. More rec

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Of course there's a band with 3D-printed instruments at CES

You have 3D systems to thank for this one. | #3Dprinting #music #CES2015

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Neil Young's high-definition Pono Music is coming to cars

He's teaming up with Harman to bring the higher-quality tracks to vehicles. | #auto #music #CES2015

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Ultimate Ears' UE Megaboom is a larger version of its 360-degree speaker

The larger option is still waterproof and wrapped in a stain-resistant skin, and it's said to last 20 hours on a charge with a Bluetooth range of 100 feet. | #Bluetooth #speakers #audio #CES2015 #UE

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Sony's expensive new Walkman takes aim at audiophiles

Sony's new player packs a lot into its aluminum alloy frame. | #Sony #Walkman #music #CES2015

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Braven's BRV-PRO modular speaker is a camper's delight

What if the portable speaker that provides your campsite with tunes could do multiple things? | #camping #speakers #CES2015

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Wu-Tang's RZA on making digital music more physical

RZA stopped by to chat with us about his unique speaker-distribution system. | #CES2015 #music #Boombotix

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Google Cast will soon send music to your networked speakers

Google has just unveiled Cast for audio, a new spin on the technology that lets you send tunes to networked speakers and receivers. | #Google #audio #Cast #CES2015 #tech

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Finally, we heard what Neil Young's Pono music player sounds like

Neil Young hopes to guide us away from the tyranny of the heavily compressed MP3, and steer us to the calm, warm waters of uncompressed audio. | #audio #music #Pono #CES2015

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B&O wants you to touch wood to control your music at home

Bang & Olufsen's new wireless home music system is called "Moment" and features a wooden touch-sensitive interface. | #design #speakers #CES2015