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Eton Soulra XL Solar Powered Sound System for iPod and iPhone

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

The Eton Soulra XL is a Solar Powered Sound System for your iPod and iPhone. It has a strikingly sexy design and features a 72 square inch enhanced monocrystal solar panel so it can catch the sun’s rays.

Some other features include a rechargeable lithium ion battery, 8 speaker drivers ( 2x tweeters, 2x woofer, 4x passive radiator), 20w output with bass boost, a carrying strap, and a remote control to control your tunes. No info yet on price or availability but this thing looks sexy and should sell well for them.

Moto GP Helmet Sound System

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 2nd, 2011

For those of you who enjoy getting your entertainment through a helmet, check out this Moto GP Helmet Sound System. It’s a lot like this one. This one is built to look like a standard sized helmet, keeping your iPod (or iPhone) just behind the visor.

Your music will play through a pair of 7 watt speakers on the top and a 15 watt sub resides in the bottom. Other features include a USB port and SD card slot for playing music from another source. How much would you pay to use your device from within a helmet? This one will cost you $240.

iLuv iMM9400 iPod sound system

Posted in iLuv by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

iLuv iMM9400 iPod sound systemiLuv has announced its new vertical CD/MP3 Hi-Fi audio system dubbed the iMM9400. This one is similar to the i9500 we featured awhile back. Not sure if this is the same model with a new name or just an update.

The design is pretty stylish, with a sleek finish and sexy looks. This system comes packed with a 4-CD/MP3 audio player, two channel speakers, AM/FM radio with PLL digital tuning, SD card slot, a USB port and the required universal dock for your iPhone and iPod.

iLuv announces i9500 iPod sound system

Posted in iLuv by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2008

iLuv announces i9500 iPod sound systemiLuv offers plenty of iPod docks these days, but if you’re looking for something a bit more stylish and elaborate than the average desktop model, you’ll be happy to see the new i9500 system. It sports a cool vertical design that can handle four CDs and your iPod.

Wait, there’s more. The system will also handle SD cards and USB storage devices, and you’ll also get all the typical stereo features like AM/FM radio and alarm clock functionality. It should pump out some decent tunes, with 45W of power and a separate, somewhat subwoofer.

A new spin on sound: Sphere sound system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2008

A new spin on sound: Sphere sound systemIt’s still a concept, but the latest Sphere Sound System rocks it’s name. Obviously aliens are designing gadgets on this planet. The entire music system is round, not just the speakers. It is copletely and utterly spherical. Even those backwards tin hat wearing believers that the Earth is flat can not deny the roundness of this thing. Plus every piece is designed with maximum function in mind.

The subwoofer has the largest speaker and the speaker cone is flanked by two tri-channel speakers, which can be used as a 2.1 surround-sound system. The holes on the sides of the speakers are not ears, but allow deeper vibrating sounds out, which helps to generate ultra deep bass. Every sound is emphasized in the spheres. When using the unit, the main function buttons and the drive glow green. When it’s off, the power button glows red. The LCD screen also glows as the system plays music. Not only is it super functional, but just look at the decorative statement it makes.

Oh by Tutondo multiroom sound system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2008

Oh by Tutondo multiroom sound system
Those of you that have your pads decked out in a 2001: A Space Odyssey theme will appreciate these speakers from Oh by Tutondo. They’ll fit right into your Sci-Fi theme and they’re also equipped with a centralized system so the whole house can enjoy the sound quality.

You can attach the speaker to any wall or ceiling, thanks to it’s multi-position design. Pricing starts at about €400 for the speaker with ground support and will cost you as much as €2500 for a home theater system consisting of 2 speakers with ground support, 3 speakers with multi-position support, and 1 active subwoofer.

Small and portable AN-Mini sound system for easy mobile presentations

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on June 12th, 2008

AN-Mini sound systemFor many business people, time on the road is long and grueling. Road warriors try and carry all they will need with them to make presentations and speaking engagements easier from mice that turn into pointers to the newest and most powerful ultra portable notebooks around. Giving a lecture to lots of people can be a harrowing experience; made all the worse if the PA system is lacking or missing all together.

That is where Anchor Audio comes in with its AN-Mini sound system. The device weighs less than 2.5 pounds so it is easy to carry with you. Despite the small size the AN-Mini can produce 109dB, which Anchor claims is plenty of sound for clear speech to a room of 100 listeners. The system can be powered by normal batteries, rechargeable batteries or AC power. Rechargeable batteries can be recharged without having to remove them from the device.