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The Lars & Ivan Hybrid iPod dock

Posted in iPod Accessories,music by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2007

The Lars & Ivan Hybrid iPod Dock

Whoever Lars and Ivan are, one thing is clear. Well, two things. They know design and they sound like a swedish/Russian adventure movie duo. This PA-40Ti Hybrid iPod Dock is a true work of art, resembling something like a techno hammerhead shark or manta ray from some far off future. It looks as if it may even eat the iPod.(In a cool way) They even left the tubes exposed so you can see them.

They’ve skipped the built-in speakers entirely and instead focus on giving you 40 watts of stereo amplification that can power your speakers.

cy-fi wireless iPod bike speakers

Posted in Exercise Gadgets,iPod Accessories,Outdoors,Speakers by Reuben Drake on September 26th, 2007

cy-fi iPod dock and speakers for your bikeWhile we’re pretty sure we’ve seen bicycle speakers before, including ones for the iPod, cy-fi is a new product designed to dock your iPod and the first we’ve seen to provide wireless speakers mounted on your bike to “ride louder” according to the company.

The idea comes from bike riders who wear headphones to listen to music and are unable to adequately hear traffic around them. The cy-fi system lets them bring their music along in a compact package without the ambient sound restrictions by most headphones.

Nokia’s Flip-Open Portable Speakers

Posted in Nokia,Speakers by Darrin Olson on September 9th, 2007

Nokia Mini Speakers MD-6 are portable and the top flips open for useNokia has some new, small portable speakers that were launched along side their XpressMusic phones to give a handy and portable way to share music on the go. Nokia says that the Mini MD-6 speakers give “great sound” in full stereo from your mobile devices when you on the move, but what we really like about it is the case design.

The MD6 comes in just under a 5-inch case in which the top hinges open to expose two small speakers, and protects them when closed. They then connect to your media player through 3.5mm AV connector (headphone jack?). The specs also mention that the speakers have a built-in FM radio antenna which must be for bringing better FM reception to your player since the speakers don’t appear to have any FM tuner controls on it.

Macally TunePro

Posted in iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 8th, 2007

Macally TuneProThe dawn of a new day brings us yet another iPod speaker system. This time around the folks at Macally, a computer accessory company, are unveiling the TunePro flat panel speaker system for around $130.

The Macally TunePro makes use of NXT flat panel loudspeaker and SRS WOW technologies to create what it says is a full, rich sound with a small footprint for iPod owners. It has a nice looking design which charges an iPod while letting one enjoy it at the same time. Integrated into the TunePro is a digital clock with alarm features.

Blue Raven Maestro 1070

Posted in Blue Raven,iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 6th, 2007

Blue Raven Maestro 1070Blue Raven Technology, one of the horde of smaller consumer electronics companies which once in awhile surfaces with a new product, apparently recently unveiled a new iPod speaker system. The Blue Raven Maestro 1070 is priced at around $200 and available now.

The Blue Raven Maestro 1070 has a sleek look to it, being reminiscent of the Apple iPod HiFi. It comes with a 12-button remote control which lets you control music and we assume select iPod features from a distance. There’s also an auxiliary cable for using this system with other audio devices as well as a video out port so you can watch your iPod video content on a television or monitor.

X-Mini Capsule pocket-sized speaker

Posted in Speakers by Darrin Olson on August 5th, 2007

XM-I X-Mini capsule pocket sized speaker for portable playersAt only 52mm at its widest point when closed the X-Mini capsule speaker from XM-I adds some serious sound to your portable player in a very compact package. The X-Mini opens up with an accordion-like middle to 54.5mm tall to expose a patented vacuum bass chamber which is designed to “mimic the resonance of a sub-woofer,” according to the company.

It’s also built with s high-fidelity 2.4W speaker to give good sounds in the mid and high ranges as well. The X-Mini connects through a standard headphone jack and also has a USB connection which will juice up the built-in rechargeable battery which lets you share your music with others without the need for an external power source. The pocket-sized speaker’s battery can charge via a DC power source taking 2.5 hours or through the USB connection to your computer …

iPod Shuffle Speakers

Posted in iPod Accessories,Shuffle,Speakers by Reuben Drake on July 5th, 2007

iPod Shuffle SpeakersHere’s a nice little set of speakers custom made for the iPod Shuffle. They come in five exact-match colors that the Shuffle comes in and provide a measly .5W output from each, but do allow you to share the music.

These little portable speakers are from a Japanese company called Corega and are custom made to fit the Shuffle connecting through the headphone/data transfer jack. When docked, you can connect to a computer with a USB cable which will also charge the shuffle. The speakers themselves can be powered through the USB connection or through two AAA batteries to make this mini sound system truly portable.

Corega is planning on launching the Shuffle speakers later this month with a sticker price of about $30.

via CrunchGear

Cuby iPod Shuffle Dock / Speakers

Posted in Dock,iPhone Accessories,Shuffle,Speakers by Darrin Olson on June 26th, 2007

Cuby dock and speakers for the second generation iPod ShuffleMeasuring only 59mm tall and weighing 95 grams, a Japanese company has come up with a dock that can match the second generation iPod shuffle in its tiny-ness.

The Cuby dock will hold the iPod shuffle similar to how its standard dock connects through the headphone jack where it can charge the iPod sync up files via a USB connection. The dock also has two tiny speakers putting out 0.5 watts. The Cuby from Princeton will retail for around $33 in Japan and is expected to be available sometime in July.

via NewLaunches

Cuby iPod Shuffle dock from Princeton

iPod Bicycle Speaker/Dock

Posted in Dock,iHome,iPod Accessories,Outdoors,Speakers by Chris Weber on June 26th, 2007

iH85B iPod Bicycle Speaker for iPodiH85B iPod speaker/dock for bikes with mounting bracket and remoteThe iH85B iPod speaker/dock from iHome is a water resistant, impact resistant cylinder that houses your iPod to mount onto your bike to enjoy your music through a built-in speaker on the go.

Slide the iPod speaker chamber apart and the iPod fits snugly inside the center where it’s protected from the elements while still outputting sound through a speaker in the end of the device. Special inserts accommodate the different sizes of iPods, and a cap protects the speaker when not in use and can be mounted on the bottom of the cylinder during playback.

The speaker/dock also includes a disc-shaped wireless remote control that fits into the other end of the cylinder when not being used, to easily manage playback while riding. Both the iPod bike speaker and remote control …

DOC Portable Speaker Dock for iPod nano

Posted in Dock,iPod,Speakers by Darrin Olson on May 20th, 2007

DOC portable speaker dock for iPod nanoWe have to wonder about a lot of the iPod accessories we’ve come across lately, but here’s a handy looking little portable speaker with a built-in dock for 2nd generation iPod nanos. It comes in colors to match the different nano colors (pink, green, black and white), and has a custom-sized dock that fits nicely inside the device while still exposing the navigation controls of the nano.

The DOC speaker dock also has a carrying case and runs on 3 AAA batteries. This portable speaker system appears to be a reasonable solution for those who want portable music without having to wear headphones all time, and it also has a pretty reasonable price. You can pick up the DOC portable speaker dock from Brookstone for $39.99.

via popgadget

Sharp SD-SP10 1-Bit Virtual Surround Sound System

Posted in Home Theater,Sharp by Paul Patterson on December 3rd, 2006

Sharp SD-SP10Surround sound systems don’t always need to be complicated and the Sharp SD-SP10 Virtual Surround Sound System is a great example of such a system. The SD-SP10 incorporates a simple, two-component design that takes just minutes to set up and gives you many options for setup with rooms of varying shapes and sizes.

Sharp’s 1-Bit audio technology makes the most out of this minimalist home theater system. The 2.1 Channel Home Theater System simulates 5.1 Channel Surround Sound from just one speaker box.

Sharp incorporates two technologies to create and enhance the virtual surround sound experience. The Dolby Virtual Speaker delivers 5.1 surround sound by using a unique digital signal processing technology and with the Audistry by Dolby technology you can customize your sound depending on your personal preferences.

The slender profile and small footprint of the SD-SP10 offer many flexible setup options and there is …