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Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Bluetooth Speaker: Bass The Final Frontier

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If you’re looking for a cool new replica of Captain Picard’s Enterprise to sit on your desk, check out this Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D Bluetooth Speaker. Not only is it a speaker, but it looks downright beautiful. Imagine playing Star Trek The Next Generation’s theme song on this thing when it is all lit up and in the dark. Epic!

Turning the ship into a speaker seems like something that Q would do to the crew, so he could enjoy some smooth jazz while taunting Picard. In addition to being able to play your own music, this thing can play sound effects, and has sweet LED lighting. Sound effects include: Engine hum, Torpedo blast, Warp acceleration, “Incoming transmission” and “One minute to auto destruct”.

This ship looks so good with those lights in the engines, deflector dish, and saucer section. You can turn them on or off, though why you would ever turn them off is beyond me. They’re awesome.

I have three words for you: “Make it so!” And if you don’t understand that, let me put it another way. “Shut up and take my latinum!” Grab yours now over at ThinkGeek for $79.99.



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