WWS Underground

Iconic fashion gets remixed with 21st-century technology: from the patented acoustic chambers to the premium grade lenses, Bose Frames are designed for sun and sound. Check out our full review.

Read More »

Comfortable, reliable, and with one of the longest battery lives in its class, the new Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones deliver one of a kind Sony sound and technology. Check out our full review.

Read More »

With 13 individual high-end drivers, the Sennheiser AMBEO 3D sound bar is truly compatible with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and MPEG-H, capable of delivering an authentic surround experience. Check out our full review.

Read More »

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 blends the same Bose quality you’re used to with new tech you’ve never experienced before. Check out our full review!

Read More »

Designed to decode your music with the highest possible fidelity, the McIntosh MHA50 headphone amplifier delivers the signature McIntosh performance to almost any wired headphone on the market. Check out our full review!

Read More »

The latest addition to the JBL PartyBox Series is here: meet the JBL PartyBox 100! Although it's the smallest speaker of the PartyBox lineup, its sound is anything but small. Check out my full video review to find out more. 

Read More »

Bowers & Wilkins has set a new bar for wireless streaming speakers with their new Formation line. Sporting classic B&W design, matched with proprietary syncing and networking, the Formation speakers deliver awesome room-filling sound.

Read More »

Our CEO & Founder, Bob Cole, loves his car — but he wanted better sound and security. So he turned his Porsche 911 GTS over to his guys, Frank and Chris, and only three days later, he was rockin'! Check out the video and post to learn all about the upgrades.

Read More »

Our client wanted to bring their music, TV and lighting poolside – so we got to work and delivered one of the best-sounding rooms in or outside of the house!

Read More »

See how we packed high-performance audio upgrades into this Subaru STi, while keeping the stock interior panels intact. The result is a stealth system that can be removed and repurposed when it’s time for a new ride.

Read More »
Top