The Red Bulletin’s Guide to Home EntertainmentCan’t drop 50K on a basketball ticket? These stars of the technological world will make watching the NBA Finals (June 2-19) feel like you have courtside seats.
Sennheiser RS 195
For people who are considerate enough to keep the noise to themselves while watching TV but uncompromising when it comes to sound quality. These wireless headphones have a 328-ft. range and seven hearing profiles.
Bluetooth: Life today would be unthinkable without this industry gold standard for wireless data transfer between devices over a short distance, developed in the ’90s.
Home Entertainment to watch:
4k UHD (ultra high-definition): Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) is so last year; bigger TV-screen diagonals require a higher resolution. With a 65-in. 4K ultra-HD television (3840 x 2160 pixels), you’ll be up to date for at least the next decade.
Home Entertainment to enjoy:
Home Entertainment to hear:
Bose Lifestyle Soundtouch 535
This 5.1 home theater setup will capture the atmosphere of the stadium perfectly. The ADAPTiQ system adapts the sound to your surroundings.
This Bluetooth speaker, though only 8 in. long, produces stunningly good sound by dividing the high and low notes, with a battery that’s good for 12 hours. The Pill+ is practical, too—it will even charge your smartphone.
Streaming: Audio data is continually transferred via a computer network as you stream, but not downloaded or saved. This gives you unlimited choice of over 100,000 online radio stations all over the world, on-demand services such as Napster and Spotify and live concert broadcasts.