cxc motion Pro II racer

Home Entertainment in high quality

Can’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. 

cxc motion Pro II racer

It’s hard not to love a fast car. For those who want—and can afford—a real racing sensation at home without the dirt and gravel, this high-tech simulator will not disappoint.

Klipsch Reference On-Ear

These affordable, stable-level, powerful and dynamic headphones fit comfortably whatever music you’re listening to. The perfect partner for all iOS products.

Home Entertainment to watch:

Home Entertainment to play with:

EA Sports Fifa16

More of a soccer buff? This classic game for consoles and PCs has been a must-have for real fans since 1993. FIFA 16 allows you to play in more than 30 international leagues, including the Premier League, La Liga and the Bundesliga. There are also 78 different stadiums to choose from—50 of them real, 28 fictional—and a challenging career mode. New this year: women’s team mode.



Sony Playstation 4

The PS4 console has set standards with sales of around 40 million to date. This October, players will be able to delve into virtual worlds with the PlayStation VR headset and experience a whole new dimension of gaming.

And here's another angle for ya.

A post shared by PlayStation (@playstation) on


Share Play: Gaming is twice the fun with your friends. Thanks to Sony’s Share Play, your opponent doesn’t even need to own the selected game, wherever they and their PS4 are in the world. They can either watch, take over or join in multiplayer mode.

Home Entertainment to enjoy:

Home Entertainment to hear:

Bang & Olufsen Beosound Moment

A single touch of the wooden surface launches a wireless music system with a streaming service that adapts to your personal musical mood, thanks to its MoodWheel technology.

© Bang & Olufsen // YouTube

Sony PS-HX500

Long live the LP. Whether you’re one of the increasing number of music aficionados going back to vinyl or a tech fan wanting to archive your favorite albums digitally to have them at your fingertips, this high-res turntable with audio-ripping capability is for you.


Don’t turn up the volume. Simply turn up the quality. (PS-HX500)  #SonyHiRes

A post shared by Sony (@sony) on


Multiroom: With multiroom systems, you can listen to music on multiple speakers in different rooms via Wi-Fi. The main advantage is synchronized sound without the house getting tangled up in cables. An app works as the command center to help you control and manage each room separately.

Read more
06 2016 The Red Bulletin

Next story