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Hitachi intros two new portable audio players in Japan

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2011

Hitachi Japan has announced two new audio players for its i.μ line of portable audio players. Both devices offer 4GB of internal storage and support MP3 and WMA files. The HMP-S104 is pretty basic with a small 128 x 64 pixel display and will cost you just $49.

The HMP-V204 features a 2-inch color 176 x 220 display and supports JPEG and BMP files as well, and also has FM radio. It will cost you $61. Both players will be available in Japan starting February 14th.

New Griffin iTrip works with most any portable audio player

Posted in FM Transmitters by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Griffin iTrip Universal

The iPod accessory loving people over at Griffin Technology were showing off this week the latest iteration of the popular iTrip family of FM transmitters. This one is called the Griffin iTrip Universal and it will cost you around $40 to own one.

The Griffin iTrip Universal is actually designed to be compatible with most portable audio players. It allows audio to be played via FM by connecting a audio source to its 3.5mm headphone cable. It includes a three station memory and backlit LCD screen.

COWON iAUDIO F2 Portable Entertainment Player

Posted in Digital Audio,Digital Video by Paul Patterson on October 2nd, 2006

iAUDIO F2Cowon Systems recently launched the sophisticated ultra-mini MP3P, the ‘iAUDIO F2‘. The iAUDIO F2 incorporates a stylish and unique design into a user-friendly and functional player.

You can play videos and view text or images with the 260,000-color high definition LCD – all while listening to music. The 1.3 inch TFT-LCD allows users to navigate all the device operations with ease. The 9 function buttons are integrated on the front control and can easily be operated with one hand.

The iAUDIO F2 can be used as a pendant as it weighs in at an …

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iriver P8 player shows up on Russian site

Posted in iRiver by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2011

iriver has not updated its P series of large-screen portable media players in quite some time, so you are likely as surprised as we are that this five-incher has shown up on the company’s Russian site. With a battery life of up to nine hours of video and 40 hours of audio to boot.

The P8 comes in 8GB and 16GB sizes, sports a microSD slot, and an HDMI port for pushing HD content to a TV. We have no idea if it will ever land on American shores or how much it will cost when it does, but we like what we see.

Sony Outs Two New Portable DVD Players In Japan

Posted in Sony by Reuben Drake on June 14th, 2011

Sony is launching a pair of new portable DVD players in Japan. The 9-inch DVP-FX970 and 7-inch DVP-FX750 both feature a 12Bit 108MHz Video D/A converter and 96kHz 24Bit Audio D/A converter. Both also support MP3 and JPEG files, which are stored on CD.

The Sony DVP-FX970 also has a 180 degree swivel display. The Sony DVP-FX970 and DVP-FX750 will be launched in July for 30,000 ($374) and 20,000 Yen ($248).

Mai Metal Portable Speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2011

If you are looking for a lightweight speaker to travel with you, why not check out the Mai Metal Portable Speaker. It’s a lightweight speaker that features a 1.5 Watt amplifier and a built-in rechargeable Li-Polymer battery that delivers enough juice for up to 8-hours of music.

The speaker connects to your portable CD player, MP3 player, music phone, laptop, iPod and iPhone via a 3.5-mm audio jack. The Mai Metal Portable Speaker is just $29.99.

USB Bombshell MP3 Player

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on June 12th, 2011

Looking for something unique in an mp3 player? This one is the bomb. Literally. The USB Bombshell MP3 Player is shaped like a bundle of dynamite sticks. The portable speaker also doubles as a MP3 player. Features include: Getting you detained at the airport, a USB port, SD card Slot and it will connect to all iPods, MP3, CD players, notebook, mobile phones and other digital products with the 3.5mm stereo audio connector.

The USB Bombshell MP3 player retails for $43. Time to blow up your tunes.

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Cambridge Audio iD100 Digital iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will transform your iPad into something more suitable for an audiophile. The device is designed for those users who store or stream video on their devices and it will allow you to enjoy portable content from YouTube, iTunes, iPlayer and more on the big screen.

The Cambridge Audio iD100 comes with a full remote controller, allowing you to control the iPad dock from anywhere nearby. The docking station is also compatible with iPods and iPhones. The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will set you back $299 on Amazon.

Lookee TV Wi-Fi Internet TV And Radio Player

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2011

The Lookee TV is an internet TV and radio player that connects to your home network. It comes in three models: a table-top model, a portable model, and a set-top box. All are equipped with TV out with support for resolutions up to 720 x 480 pixels.

The Lookee TV can receive over 30,000 streaming radio stations and over 1,000 streaming TV channels for free. You can also use the Lookee TV as a digital picture frame or a media player. It will play videos or picture slideshows from the integrated SD card slot and it has a line-in audio jack for connecting with your iPod or an MP3 player.

Audiology Samurai AU-100 Over Ear Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2011

If you want to be an audio Samurai, you are going to need the right gear. The Audiology Samurai AU-100 over ear headphones will surely help. They are available right now at Amazon. These headphones will play nice with iPods, MP3 players, portable DVD players and PMPs of your choice.

The Audiology Samurai AU-100 produces a 20-20000Hz of frequency response, features 32-Ohm of impedance, 102dB of sensitivity, a max input power of 50mW and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Razer Ferox portable speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Razer has launched a new pair of portable speakers for mobile gamers to use on their laptops. These Ferox portable speakers emit sound in all directions instead of the typical 90-180 degree angle of regular speakers, giving you a much wider sweet spot.

The speakers will last for a nice 12 hours on a single charge, which should be plenty for most gaming sessions. They work with any media player that has a 3.5mm audio jack. The Razer Ferox speakers are available now for just $59.99.

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iRiver U100 media player

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

iRiver’s next generation portable media players has been unveiled. Made for the Korean market, the U100 features a 3.1-inch, 320×480 touch screen, and built-in memory from 4GB, 8GB and 16GB sizes. The device comes in a several colors, including black, green, pink, black with pink accents and black with green accents.

Other features include Wi-Fi, a microSDHC slot, an FM Tuner and broad file format support for audio, photos and video. It also supports playing 720p video, though as you might expect, the display limits the output. It is sure to be trendy in Korea.

Cowon 3D Plenue portable media player

Posted in Cowan by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

The Cowon 3D Plenue will run on the Android 2.1 operating system, with a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, USB support, and a T-DMB TV tuner. It will also deliver full HD video content. It comes in three different capacities of 8GB, 16GB and 32GB.

Despite the name, it won’t display stereoscopic 3D images or video, but it will handle most of the popular audio and video formats. Hopefully we will see it arrive Stateside sometime soon.

Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Bluetooth audio system

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

Elegant form meets superb function with the Soundfreaq SFQ-01 Bluetooth audio system. It is basically compatible with any cell phone or portable media player available that accepts Bluetooth commands. The system features Kevlar-reinforced balanced drivers measuring 2.75-inches each, an acoustically tuned dual-port chamber and a UQ3 spatial enhancement processor. They all work together for the best audio quality possible.

There is also an integrated FM radio tuner and a 3.5mm auxiliary input. Target is selling the Soundfreaq SFQ-01 for $199.

Samsung’s Pink Beat R1 Media Player gets a price and date

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2010

Samsung has now priced their Beat R1 portable media player. It comes in two capacities, 8GB and 16GB, for $149.99 and $179.99. The device measures just 8.9mm thin and weighs 50 grams, allowing the R1 to be smaller than a credit card with a 2.6? LCD touchscreen display.

Some other features include an integrated FM radio and recorder, Bluetooth and it will last for up to 50 hours for audio playback or 4 hours for video. here’s also DivX support for video files, as well as Samsung’s Digital Natural Sound Engine (DNSe) 3.0 sound enhancement technology.



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