From the X-mini SUPA to the TAGG Loop, these are sound devices you can't ignore, says Abhik Sen.
If you've ever come across turntable and speaker sets from the Seventies, this will look familiar.
But behind the retro look, there's a capable speaker.
I connected my Android phone via Bluetooth, put on some vintage Kishore Kumar tracks and was in seventh heaven.
The dial control takes getting used to but is nice.
Croma Boxwood 2.0
Made of wood, this pair of classic-looking speakers is heavy and feature deep bass.
I played Pink Floyd's Another brick in the wall and Mother and was impressed with the sound.
What's more, these speakers are loud and don't distort even at high volumes.
These speakers look solid and are a tad heavy.
That said, the output's quite good, especially with bass-heavy tracks and EDM.
One can listen to FM radio.
They also work as a battery bank.
Plus, you can answer calls if your phone is connected to this speaker.
Energy Sistem B2
Small enough to be slipped into your pocket, this product also comes with a three-year warranty.
But don't let its size fool you.
The dialogues were quite crisp when I watched the latest episode of Silicon Valley on my phone.
Also, while the sound won't wake up your neighbours, I quite liked the overall clarity it offered.
Energy Sistem DJ2 Black Mic
The only headphones in this round-up, these have an interesting foldable design.
And while some may find the pair a tad tight, bass-heavy tracks work well on this DJ-style cans.
Also, they double up for calls but avoid wearing them on crowded roads since they tend to cut out ambient noise.