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Eton Soulra XL solar-powered iPod boombox now available for pre-order

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2011

Miss the old days when you had to carry a heavy boombox around for portable music? Well, now you can relive those days, with the Soulra XL, the solar-powered iPod boombox formerly called the Soulra 2. Its eight speakers are said to get very loud, and the company claims it charges twice as fast as its predecessor (just five hours) and lasts five hours on a charge.

It will also charge your phone, too. It weighs seven pounds and will cost you $300. You can pre-order it now.

Memorex MI2601P TagAlong Portable Boombox

Posted in Memorex by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2011

Are you man enough to rock a boombox that looks like it could be a woman’s purse? Well, if so, check out the Memorex MI2601P TagAlong Portable Boombox. It is now available for purchase on Amazon. It’s designed to be portable, and we are tempted to say that it is strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

The handle makes carrying and sharing your music easy. It is compatible with iPod, iPhone and other MP3 players via a line-in jack. Other features include a digital FM radio with station presets, a wireless remote control, and an equalizer. The Memorex MI2601P TagAlong Portable Boombox retails for $49.99.

Darth Vader CD Boombox

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2011

Still rocking CDs? Star Wars fan? If so, you might like this Darth Vader CD Boombox sitting on your table. This Darth Vader “CD Boombox” with red LED eyes that light up, will make you feel like a Sith apprentice while you are rocking out.

This CD player comes with built-in speakers and you can connect your media player. It also has a built-in FM radio. No word on when it will arrive, but it will retail for $69.99. May the dark side of the force be with you.

JVC RD-D2 BoomBox

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2011

This strange looking boombox is designed for street dancers and musicians. Even though it looks like it was made for a Dalek. It’s the new JVC RD-R2 BoomBox, which is equipped with a microSD/SDHC slot, allowing you to store and play music from a memory card of up to 32GB of storage capacity.

The JVC RD-D2 comes with a pair of 2.5-Watt speakers, countdown timer, a USB port, an FM tuner, a guitar input, a KORG/metronome tuner and an automatic hand clapping feature to help with your rhythm. It can also record music through a built-in stereo mic. The JVC RD-D2 BoomBox is compatible with MP3/WMA/linear PCM (WAV) and AAC file formats. It will be released in Japan next month for about $460.

Retro iPod/iPhone Boombox

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

Boom boxes are probably best left in the past, but if you want to relive the old days, then check out this Innovative Technology Boom Box. It supports both your iPhone, iPod, or any MP3 player via an auxiliary audio input.

You can dock your iPhone into the cassette deck, and turn it into an expensive cassette tape. It also sports an SD card slot and a USB port so you can record live music from the built-in FM radio as MP3 files.

Dreamcast Boombox casemod crams one classic into another

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

Turn that trash down! But dad I’m just playing video games. On my boombox. Modder XCKDIY has created the awesomely retro Dreamcast Boombox casemod. The Dreamcast console has been jammed into a portable boombox, and he installed a front-facing LCD as well.

The Dreamcast’s drive has even been integrated into the player’s original drive tray, keeping it all authentic. The four controller ports are in the front, so you can easily hook up your controllers for some multiplayer gaming.

Santok SMC1000 iPhone Boombox Speaker with Visual Equalizer

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2010

The Santok SMC1000 Boombox iPod dock is a little different than your average dock as it sports a sound-sensitive visual equalizer that’s informative and stylish. Some of the features of the SMC1000 include 12-watt speakers, a line in port, a digital clock, an integrated radio tuner and a touchpad with a remote.

It also sports a sleek black finish, so it will look good just about anywhere in your home. The Santok SMC1000 Boombox iPod dock will cost you £99.99. $150 US.

JVC Kaboom is back

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2010

The JVC RV-NB50, aka the Kaboom, resembles a large pipe bomb with an iPod controlling it. The Kaboom was first released several years ago and made an impact with its high power and durability. Well, now it’s back and sports an integrated iPod dock and USB without sacrificing performance.

It delivers 40 watts of power and features a woofer at each end with bass enhancement circuitry that will rock the party. You also get a CD player, an integrated FM tuner and a front audio input. A shoulder strap makes it a easy to carry. It also comes with a remote control.

Project Cool Boombox PC case mod

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2009

Project Cool Boombox PC case modCheck out this totally funkadelic PC case mod that glows like a toxic night-lite. This one comes from modder JJ-Sky5000 and was created for a Coolermaster contest. The Project ‘Cool’ Boombox PC Case Mod. Cool doesn’t even begin to describe it.

Obviously the mod uses an old boombox from 1990s to great effect. I see some groovin’ dude carrying this thing on his shoulder, moving to the music as he strolls down post-apocalyptic streets in search of nothing more than good times.

Altec Lansing intros MIX boombox for iPod, iPhone

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2009

Altec Lansing intros MIX boombox for iPod, iPhoneAltec Lansing has released the MIX IMT800 for the iPod and iPhone. It’s designed to resemble a retro boombox and features a built-in Universal Dock, horn-loaded silk dome tweeters, two mid range drivers, a 5.25” side-firing subwoofer, 5.25” tuned passive radiator and integrated digital FM radio.

It even gives you the choice of powering it using AC power or eight D batteries, which will give you some expensive portability. It also includes an LCD tracfor track listings, artist, album, and station, a seven-band graphic equalizer, dual top-mounted auxiliary inputs and a clip-on remote control.

AT-AT Boombox destroys the rebellion with sound

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2009

AT-AT Boombox destroys the rebellion with soundWhile the AT-AT boombox is easily stopped by a headphones cord wrapped around the legs, it will destroy the morale of any rebels within earshot. Hoth bases easily fall to this beast when it’s cranking some Barry Manillow or Yanni.

This thing not only looks like an AT-AT Walker from the Star Wars movies, it actually functions as a boombox, complete with tape deck, speakers, and antennas.

JVC’s new boomboxes with touch control, iPod integration

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2009

JVC’s new boomboxes with touch control, iPod integrationJVC was feeling nostalgic, so it has upgraded that most classic of urban audio fixtures, the boombox. Make no mistake, this ain’t your grandaddy’s boombox. This is a boombox for the 21st century. How do I know this? Because it boasts an iPod dock and touchscreen of course.

Even the way that you wake the device from standby mode is futuristic. You wake it up from standby mode by waving a hand in front of the system, which illuminates all of the controls and the LED display. That’s not all, there’s a bunch of gestures and motions you can apply to the touchscreen to do stuff like control the sound.

LED boombox wrist watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

LED boombox wrist watchThis watch is great for Boom-Box enthusiasts whose arms are too frail to carry around the real thing. Flüd’s Boombox watch looks like an actual tiny version of the Boom-Boxes of yesterday. The watch even features an old school 7-segment red LED display that looks authentic to the period. Unfortunately those small speakers don’t pump out any tunes. The Boombox watch is available in shiny silvertone or gunmetal grey for $90. Unlike the real thing, half of it’s weight isn’t due to D cell batteries.

Sirius SUB-X2 Boombox image leaked

Posted in Sirius by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2008

Sirius SUB-X2 Boombox image leakedImages of an upcoming Sirius Boombox, the SUB-X2, were leaked on Monday. It obviously resembles the SUB-X1 boombox, with a front-panel headphone jack, auxiliary input that will allow users to plug in their personal MP3 players and non universal docking Sirius radios. We can also expect some other refinements with the X2. There isn’t any info on features, but it should retail for about $100.

Memorex miniMOVE Boombox, purse thing for iPod

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2008

Memorex miniMOVE Boombox, purse thing for iPodAt first glance you might think that Memorex has updated those old portable 8-Track players, you know the one’s with the handles from back in the day… Okay, they kinda have. The 8-Track cassette tape is now an iPod, but otherwise it’s pretty much the same deal. The Memorex miniMOVE Boombox for iPod resembles a purse and is obviously aimed at the ladies as a fashion accessory.

The portable boombox can go anywhere thanks to it’s innovative and retro handle technology. It’s powered by AA batteries or AC/DC. It’s even got a built in FM radio, backlit LCD display, and wireless remote. Comes in Pink, Black, Teal, or Silver and retails for $49.99. This is just the sort of odd and stupid thing that some Sex and the City character would have with her on-screen, thereby making it a hit and making every other Lemming follow suit. Am I wrong? What do you think girls? Would you buy this?


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