Infinity has long been known for its in-home and car stereo speakers, but it's never been heavily involved in the portable audio game — until now. The Infinity One Speaker is the company's first portable wireless system, offering Bluetooth wireless technology, the ability to recharge your device via a powerful 2.1A USB port, a silicone-sealed, water-resistant, cylindrical body, a 10-hour battery, and a pair of passive radiators to help improve low-end performance. As for the look? Well, you have Linkin Park — the company's brand ambassadors — to thank for that.
One of the most important parts of DJing is seamlessly cueing up one song to follow another, matching the beats for a transition the audience barely notices — but if you play music from your Mac or iOS device, only having one audio output can make that difficult. With DJ Connect, you get a device that connects to your laptop, iPad or iPhone, letting you split sound between your headphones and an RCA output. When paired with their award-winning app djay, you can control volume in your headphones, cueing up a song while playing another song through the RCA output. And with three cables included (USB, Lightning, and 30-pin), there's no limit to the Apple devices you can play music through.
Sometimes your desire to share and the available methods just don't meet at the middle — live-tweeting doesn't cut it, instagramming isn't nearly enough, and a status update just won't do. It's those cases that call for the Soundsight Headphones. These wireless headphones feature full audio- and video-recording capabilities thanks to five microphones and a full-HD rotating camera, so you can record and even live-stream anything and everything. And with up to four hours of battery life while recording, and an included app that lets you edit on the fly, mix sound, and more, you'll never miss an opportunity to share again.