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iLogic Sound Hat with headphones built-in

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2008

iLogic Sound Hat with headphones built-inThe iLogic Sound Hat actually lives up to it’s name by being fairly logical. It eliminates the need for headphones or earbuds, with the added benefit of keeping you warm and in style if your style is a plain beanie hat with a fake equalizer on it.

The speakers fit snugly over your ears and it’s lined with comfortable fleece. Just put it on and connect it to your iPod or mp3 player. Forget hassling with earbuds and carrying around headphones. Plus, others still won’t be able to hear whatever it is you listen to.

DJ Mobile could be the loudest car ever

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2008

DJ Mobile could be the loudest car everOne look and you can tell that this vehicle is all sound. It would probably drive down your street one early morning and break every window so that when you woke up, window replacement companies would be on the move and busy all week. That’s not what it was designed for however. It’s the creation of Dutch artist Olaf Mooij, who prefers his sound loud and on the outside of his car rather then inside.

The DJ Mobile is designed to be used as a mobile PA system. It houses two turn-tables and as you can see, a rear full of speakers. Find a party, park this monster, then operate it from a DJ platform while you stand through the sunroof. All I can say is, anything driving behind the DJ mobile best not tailgate as it could surely make you deaf.

Harmon Kardon see-through speakers are ice cool

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2008

Harmon Kardon see-through speakers are ice coolHarmon-Kardon offers the latest in the speakers that look like ice trend. At last Superman has many speaker options to choose from, for his Fortress of Solitude. Wonder Woman is pretty happy too, because these match her invisible plane.

I like the angles on these. They look vaguely alien. Harmon Kardon unveiled the GLA-55 see-through speakers at IFA 2008. They offer a 100-watt bi-amplified digital amplifier coupled with DSP equalization along with proprietary tech like the Atlas AL drivers and woofers and a CMMD tweeter, plus optimization for digital sound. They sport touch sensitive controls and they do stand out. They should be available in autumn 2008 worldwide. No word on pricing.

New Polk Audio speakers look like garden accessories

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 27th, 2008

Polk Atrium

You want outdoors audio to compliment your peaceful garden but you don’t want something pumping out sound which looks like your dad’s subwoofer. Polk Audio thinks it has an answer to your prayers with its new Atrium outdoor speaker system, consisting of the Atrium Sat 30 satellite speaker and Atrium Sub 10 subwoofer, priced at around $180 and $330, respectively.

The Atrium Sat 30, according to Polk, looks like an outdoor light fixture in shape and style. It can be mounted in a variety of spaces, looking like it was made to fit into your garden. The Sat 10 subwoofer, meanwhile, resembles something like that of a plant stand or pedestal table. Both reportedly “are constructed from sealed, weatherproof designs,” meaning you should be able to enjoy them even in the pouring rain.

Sleek Boston Acoustics speaker system docks iPods

Posted in iPod Accessories by Nino Marchetti on August 18th, 2008

Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS2

Boston Acoustics is geared up for a crack at iPod accessories with a new all-in-one speaker system. It is called the Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS2 and you’ll find this guy pricing around $180.

The Boston Acoustics Horizon i-DS2 is a one-piece design sporting dual 3-1/2″ speakers and 60 watts of power, according to its maker. It measures 5-1/2- x 12-3/4- x 5-13/16-inches and has, among its design touches,  a gloss cabinet and perforated metal grille. This grille can come in a variety of colors.

Crystal USB speakers for your desktop

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2008

Crystal USB speakers for your desktop
Speakers that look like ice aren’t just for the desktop in Superman’s Fortress Of Solitude somewhere in the arctic. They’ll look good on your desk too. And they are extremely portable and said to be the smallest performance stereo USB speakers you can get for your desktop and notebook.

They only have a 1 watt per channel rating, but hey, they’ll look good on your desk. Like icy bling. They’ll probably make you feel cool on a hot day just looking at them. They’re powered via USB, and acoustically engineered to direct sound waves towards an adjacent chamber for $39.99.

The ultimate bike sound system

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 14th, 2008

The ultimate bike sound system
You don’t want to leave this bike sitting unattended on the sidewalk. Anyway, it’s not like you can secure this thing with a standard lock chain. You’d need a lot of chain. Clearly, this bike was built by a man who loves sound and wants to pedal down the street like the ultimate speaker pimp, tipping his hat at people, acting like the booming bass doesn’t phase him, while his leg muscles burn from moving these mammoth speakers. Ain’t nothin but a G thing yo. G as in geek. Word.

See, a group of Trinidadian teenagers in Queens are customizing their BMX bikes. They all have one of these speaker bikes. I would imagine that it’s great exercise. Nicholas Randall and Joe Stevens made a movie about it it called Made In Queens. Check it out below.

Elecom MS-130 wood speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2008

Elecom MS-130 wood speakers
Elecom has some new wooden speakers that are fairly clean looking and cheap. Which I guess is appropriate, since they look like everyone’s cheap prefab entertainment centers etc. They Measure 80mm × 110mm × 130mm and weigh just 1.15Kgs. The new MS-130 amplifier speakers also have an output of 3 W × 2ch with a frequency of 20 Hz to 20kHz. Some other features are a stereo mini input, microphone input and output for headphones. The Elecom MS-130 should be available in Japan later this month for the price of $45.

Tikitoonz Tiki speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2008

Tikitoonz Tiki speakers
Summer will be over before you know it, so enjoy your pool by cranking out the tunes in these Tikitoonz Tiki speakers. They’ll add a touch of tropical paradise to your pool area, while sitting sternly in judgment over all.

They’re based on Polynesian carvings and feature 80 watts per channel and they’re also weather-resistant. Just do not anger the Tiki Gods. Remember what happened to the Brady Bunch in Hawaii. This pair of speakers will cost you $149.95, but you’ll be partying in style and rocking the Luau as you listen to Tiny Bubbles for the millionth time.

Boston Acoustics showcases new flagship Vista speakers

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 10th, 2008

Boston Acoustics VS 325C

Boston Acoustics recently unveiled its new Vista flagship line of loudspeakers. Four models make up the mix, ranging in price from around $400 upwards to $1,700.

Introduced in this new line up are a floorstanding loudspeaker, center channel, bookshelf and subwoofer. All look to be well made, feature laden products which should be fully available by the end of the summer. You can get full details after the jump.

USB Wine Glass speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 6th, 2008

USB Wine Glass speakers
Trying to romance your lady? Forget about roses and wine. She already knows you’re a geek so use some gadgets while you romance her.

It’s a tough call as to whether or not she will find these wine shaped usb speakers romantic or not. Who knows how a woman thinks. But just imagine a candle light dinner with this pair of wine glass speakers on the table and some soft music. They feature 2.1 channel subwoofers and who knows you might get lucky. Just be careful that you don’t pour wine in them. $21.99.

Dell taps Creative for color-coordinated speakers, headphones

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on August 4th, 2008

Creative Inspire T10

Creative has contributed two different types of products – speakers and headphones -to Dell’s “Designed for Dell” program to match accessories from select manufacturers with Dell computers. These two products are the Inspire T10 speakers and EP-610 headphones, priced at around $40 and $24, respectively.

The Inspire T10 speakers are available in a variety of colors to pair with Dell computers. Key features on these include individual tweeters, bass enhancement, magnetic shielding and separate controls for volume and bass. A headphone connection is included as well.

Jamo jams with R 907 tower speaker

Posted in Speakers,Supercomputer by Nino Marchetti on August 1st, 2008

Jamo R 907

Jamo recently released a slightly cheaper (we assume) version of a flagship tower speaker. This particular model is called the R 907.

Jamo is a brand of Klipsch and concentrates on mostly making speakers. This particular speaker features dipolar engineering and electrodynamic speakers to deliver what is described as “the impression of a larger room.” In this environment the audio comes out from both sides of the speaker.

Samsung wants you to love its wireless sound bar DVD player combo thingie

Posted in Home Theater,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on July 25th, 2008

Samsung HT-X810

Samsung has done a rather unique spin on the whole sound bar in front of the flat panel thing, unveiling the other day a sound bar which doubles as a self-contained DVD system. It is called the Samsung HT-X810 and pricing is said to be around $700.

The Samsung HT-X810 is, according to Samsung, a virtual 5.1-channel system which incorporates an upconverting DVD player and FM tuner. It makes use of 5.8 GHz technology to connect with the included wireless subwoofer and also incorporates Bluetooth so one can stream from Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices and home theater components.

Aperion debuts new tower home theater speakers

Posted in Speakers by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2008

Aperion Intimus 4T

Aperion Audio announced a few days ago a new two-way home theater tower speaker designed to put out big audio in a compact design. It’s called the Aperion Intimus 4T and pricing is set around $650 per pair.

The Aperion Intimus 4T tower speakers feature dual 4″ woven fiberglass composite mid-woofers and a reportedly audiophile grade 1″ silk dome tweeter. A pair of these speakers is designed to be used as either the main speakers in small to medium sized rooms, or they can be used as surrounds as part of a larger system. Body colors to choose from include gloss black or real cherry.