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Creative Gigaworks HD50i speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2009

The Creative Gigaworks HD50i speaker system aims to deliver maximum stereo impact on your desktop thanks to Creative’s High Definition Driver technology, the Titanium Super Tweeter, and BasXPort technology.

They look pretty good for their size. The front knob will adjust volume/power, and a blue LED lets you know when the speakers are powered up. And of course you can dock your iPod and enjoy all of your favorite tunes. The Creative Gigaworks HD50i speakers will cost you $169.99 and comes with a remote controller.

ELAC Art Edition FS 247 speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 13th, 2009

ELAC Art Edition FS 247 speakersGood speakers cost quite a bit, so why not make sure they fit into your lifestyle? ELAC’s Art Edition FS 247 speakers want to blend in with your environment. These speakers feature a high gloss finish, and can be had in a variety of decorative themes.

The tattoo motifs will also help protect the speakers from scratches. And don’t worry, you aren’t stuck with just one look. They can be removed and switched if you get tired of your current motif. Pricing starts at $1500. Sure, that’s pretty steep, but I’m sure one or two of you out there can afford it and start a club where the pair of you swap motifs and trade stories about how you used to have money.

Cassette iPod speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2009

Cassette iPod speakerCheck out this retro cassette speaker. The device will work with any MP3 player that has a 3.5 mm audio jack. Yes, it’s yet another thing that looks like a cassette tape. In this case, it’s a speaker. One that will immediately make your player look ugly, while adding some girth. But if you want some retro in an MP3 speaker, this thing will only cost you $19.99.

Ah, you’ve noticed that male receptacle hanging from the bottom of the cassette. Well, let me explain. When a cassette speaker loves an MP3 player very very much…

Audio-Technica BoogieBox Speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2009

Audio-Technica BoogieBox SpeakersAudio-Technica’s AT-SPB5 BoogieBox Speakers look like boomboxes that have had a makeover. They sport a rugged design that makes them perfect for going with you everywhere. But they are also packing some power, thanks to a few 70mm full range speaker units and an amplifier.

They sell for $159.99 and feature a battery life of about 10 hours. They come in your choice of red, black or camouflage. Seems a tad expensive, but if you want an “active speaker with street style”, I guess you have to pay.

USB Panda Speakers look sad

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2009

USB Panda Speakers look sadAre you in desperate need of a giant animal head on your desk? One that has large black eyes that hold sadness like an abyss? It’s just what it appears to be, a giant honking Panda head with speakers in it’s eyes.

Why you would want one, we can’t begin to guess. How you interact with it, we don’t want to know. It will cost you $27 if you want this USB-powered speaker. He looks pretty depressing to me. As if he’s begging you to save his dying species.

Logic3 unveils iStationGo travel speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2009

Logic3 unveils iStationGo travel speakersLogic3 has introduced a new and colorful line of portable speakers named the iStationGo. The speakers are all about portability with a foldable design and rounded edges that should help it easily fit into your bag.

The iStationGo comes with a protective cloth carrying case and 4 AAA batteries. Some other features include a 3.5mm headphone jack which allows you to use whichever mp3 player you want and a battery life of 15 hours.

Retro Mini Speaker with MP3 player

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2009

Retro Mini Speaker with MP3 playerFu-bi of Japan has dropped this Retro Cube Mini Speaker with MP3 Player. It’s just like it sounds, a retro 3W x 2-channel speaker with built-in MP3 playback capability. It allows you to hook it up to your ipod or PC via USB 2.0.

The internal battery provides up to 3 hours of audio, and you can also play music directly from an SD/SDHC memory card. It’s available in Japan now for $50. We have no idea if it will show up elsewhere.

Must Have Mini Speakers for girls

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2009

Must Have Mini Speakers for girlsAre these stylish speakers a Must Have, as their name implies? You decide. One thing we know for sure is that these are for girls. Seems like a rather desperate name to us, but what do we know? They are available in several colors and designs.

All of which are full of girl power and cooties. These portable mini speakers should come in handy while on the go with your MP3 player.

TerraCycle wraps speakers in delicious junk food wrappers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2009

TerraCycle wraps speakers in delicious junk food wrappersTerraCycle does something useful for the environment. They recycle the world’s garbage into nifty electronics, bags and other things and they sell them for a cheap price.

These Cheeto speakers sell at Radio Shack for $20 and the company’s online store. They won’t blow out your ear-drums, but they make an interesting statement. That statement is probably about how you like snacking to music.

JVC SP-FT 31mm thin home theater speaker system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2009

JVC SP-FT 31mm thin home theater speaker systemThe problem with super thin HDTVs is that your bulky speakers tend to stand out like a sore thumb. Well, JVC has the cure with the above pair of 31mm thin speaker satellites. The SP-FT1 comes in black and the SP-FT2 in white with the AX-FT amplifier in the middle.

The amp delivers 80W of total output over 4 independent channels, and supports Dolby Digital, DTS and AAC formats. Expect to pay around ¥24,000 (or $267) for the amp and ¥20,000 (or $223) for the speakers when the black versions hit Japan later this month. The white ones will be available in November.

LaCie’s Sound2 USB Speakers look good

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2009

LaCie's Sound2 USB Speakers look goodLaCie’s Sound2 USB speakers almost look too good. What are they hiding? Are they overcompensating for something? Hmmm. You don’t usually think LaCie when you think audio, but these look so nice we are willing to believe that they must sound good too. We hope.

The Sound2 laptop speakers are USB-powered, with the audio coming from Cabasse, a French audio company. They were designed by Neil Poulton and will cost you $100. Like Fox Mulder, we “want to believe” that these beauties sound good at that price.

JVC TH-BA1 and TH-SB100 4.1 channel soundbar speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2009

JVC TH-BA1 and TH-SB100 4.1 channel soundbar speakersJVC’s latest pair of soundbars, the TH-BA1 and TH-SB100 are basically the same unit, but the TH-SB100 has a JVC Blu-ray player along for the ride for your home theater needs. The low-profile soundbars include four individually housed 3 3/16″speakers, an amplifier and a sound processor with 220 watts of total system power.

They decode Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS decoding. The two outside speakers deliver the left and right channel information, while the middle two deliver center channel information plus the surround/left and surround/right channels.

Sony SRS-GD50iP iPod dock with USB speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2009

Sony SRS-GD50iP iPod dock with USB speakersThe first thing you may notice about the SRS-GD50iP is the oversized subwoofer. Which makes the whole setup look a bit odd. Despite that, Sony is all about convergence here, with the speakers able to serve as a 2.1 PC set via USB. They can also use the same connection to sync up and charge your Apple device if you like.

The SRS-GD50iP features 60 watts of power and comes with a really tiny remote control to make that subwoofer look even more menacing. The entire setup will run you $199 and it can be had right now.

Wooden iPod speaker bags

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2009

Wooden iPod speaker bagsLooking for a reusable bag so that you can be environmentally helpful? These wooden iPod speaker bags from Japanese artist Yoshihiko Satoh are perfect. They function as actual bags and play music from your iPod while they carry your goods to and fro.

They’re available in dark wood or maple and will cost about $335. Sure, that is one expensive iPod dock, but just think of all the geeks you will impress while you’re out and about pumping tunes. Plus you aren’t contributing to still more plastic bags in landfills.

ASUS uBoom USB Sound-bar Speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2009

ASUS uBoom USB Sound-bar SpeakersAsus has unveiled its first ever multimedia speaker series. The uBoom and uBoom Q soundbar speakers will deliver high fidelity audio and bass through a maze-like reflex port, which is then channeled through speakers specially designed to be positioned within the audio sweet-spot of most rooms.

Both models have USB 2.0 connectivity for audio output along with an interesting design that lets you “dock” your notebook, with the 2.1 notebook speaker able to pump out 24W of audio power.