Fill The House With Bluetooth Speakers (Without Buying Any)
Whether you’re rocking a party playlist for guests after years of only having one tiny, tiny guest, or you’re drowning out your progeny’s noises with white noise, Vamp ($80), a small receiver with ports for traditional speaker wires, solves the problem of Bluetooth being so damn expensive by turning old school cabinet speakers into Bluetooth speakers. Any audiophile will tell you that cabinet speakers produce sound quality superior to compact digital ones (because physics), and while audiophiles can be annoying, they happen to also be right. So, go rescue your old stereo equipment from storage, and get ready to rock out. Or softly play some Cat Stevens.