T3 Agenda: Dynaudio's new Music multiroom system. Garmin's vívofit jr 2 fitness tracker for kids. RHA's Universal headphone range And more!

T3's daily roundup of the best new announcements from the world of tech

In today's T3 Agenda - Dynaudio's new multiroom audio system, Music; Garmin partners with Disney for its vívofit jr 2 fitness tracker for kids; and more...

Connect and power up your home with Dynaudio's new Music audio speaker system

Audio powerhouse Dynaudio has announced Music, a range of multiroom audio systems designed to simplify and enhance the music, film and TV audio in your home. It adapts seamlessly (and automatically) to any room or position, and to surrounding noise levels – so music always sounds its best.

Music 1 (£450) is battery- and mains-powered. It has one 4-inch woofer and a 1-inch soft- dome tweeter. Music 3 (£575) is battery- and mains-powered. It has one 5-inch woofer and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters. Music 5 (£700) is mains-powered. It has one 5-inch woofer, two 3-inch mid-range drivers and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters. Music 7 (£875) is mains-powered. It has two 5-inch woofers, two 3-inch mid-range drivers and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters.

Nokia's revived 3310 handset is getting a 3G revamp for the first time

The Nokia 3310 is getting a brand new 3G version (which just launched in Australia) as well as a range of new colours to get you in the mood for its retro-themed aesthetic. 

Available in October (UK pricing to be confirmed), the Nokia 3310 3G combines the talk and text appeal of the current model with a 3G data connection, meaning you can now enjoy the classic across more countries. The retro user interface has been improved to deliver an enhanced, customisable experience meaning you can now change the icon colours and positions.

Pioneer launches two brand new stereo receivers, for your audio pleasure

Pioneer has unveiled two new stereo receivers, the SX-N30AE and SX-10AE. Both are equipped with powerful Direct Energy Amplifier technology and cater for a host of analogue and digital audio sources while also supporting Bluetooth (with in-built Wi-Fi connectivity on the SX-N30AE).

What’s more, both models are fully equipped for wireless multi-room use, supporting FireConnect, DTS Play-Fi and Chromecast built-in, as well as being able to work with Google Assistant smart speakers.

The Pioneer SX-N30AE will retail for £549.99, and the SX-10AE will be priced at £229.99. Both models will be available to buy from October 2017.

Enhance your headphone audio for good with the Ear Buddy 

 British audio brand iFi has launched the Ear Buddy, a low-cost, plug-in headphone optimiser that cleans up the output signal of your device to better suit headphones with high sensitivity.

It increases useable volume range (allowing for finer adjustment), lowers background noise and improves dynamic range. It is particularly effective with good quality in-ear headphones, noise cancelling headphones and in-flight entertainment systems. The iFi Ear Buddy is available now with a price tag of £20.

Up your audio game with RHA's new Universal headphone range

Audio brand RHA has unveiled two brand new headphone models, the new MA390 Universal and S500 Universal, which deliver a sleek design and engineering with universal remotes for enhanced functionality.

The new MA390 uses RHA’s Aerophonic housing design to ensure great sound at the company’s lowest price point. The new S500 has been designed for every ear and promises comfort and sound quality in a small, powerful package.

The RHA MA390 Universal and S500 Universal are available now for £19.95 and £29.95, respectively. 

The vívofit jr 2 brings Disney, Marvel and Star Wars-themes to the fitness mix

Garmin has teamed up with Disney for the new vivofit jr 2 fitness tracker, offering Star Wars, Marvel and Disney-themed fitness trackers for kids and cartoon-obsessed adults (with small wrists).

Designed for comfort and 24/7 wearability, this swim-friendly activity tracker features a customisable color screen, a 1+ year battery life and comes with one of two kid-tough band options: a stretchy band for smaller wrists or an adjustable band for older kids.

The vívofit jr. 2 is available for purchase at retailers nationwide and has a suggested retail price of £79.99 and £27.99 for each additional band.

Dom Reseigh-Lincoln has been writing for T3 for over half a decade now, covering everything from mobile phones and laptops right through to video games and gaming peripherals. Purveyor of an excellent beard, as well as some perpetually cheeky offspring, Dom likes to wind down in his spare time by listening to heavy metal.