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Bachpod: Classical Music on the Go

Bachpod: Classical Music on the Go
Classical music store Passionato has packed the complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach into an equally classic 120 Gb iPod classic. Classic classic classic. From the pictures on the site it doesn’t seem like the iPod has any Bachmarks on it, unlike the U2 iPod, but even at £499 ($748) this thing is still quite a steal for all Bach fans.

Sony Touchscreen Walkman [Rumor]

Sony Touchscreen Walkman [Rumor]
Sony Insider claims that a new, touch screen-equipped Walkman will be unveiled at CES 2009. The player is also rumored to have a 3-in OLED display and will come in 16 GB and 32 GB versions.
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The Perfect Unison’S Wooden Headphones

The Perfect Unison’S Wooden Headphones
The headphone geniuses over at The Perfect Unison teamed up with the equally ill Dutch artist Parra to produce a limited edition of beautiful wooden headphones called The Perfect Unison x Parra. They probably ran out of creativity before they got to naming the thing.

Atomic Floyd Airjax Titanium2 Headphones Ears-on Review

Atomic Floyd Airjax Titanium2 Headphones Ears-on Review
In my quest for the ultimate headphones for my portable media player, I recently had a chance to put these gorgeous new AirJax Titanium2 in-ear headphones from UK startup Atomic Floyd through their paces. The AirJax are part of Atomic Floyd’s line of luxury listening products, which claim to offer not just great industrial design, but equally impressive sounds.

“Ear” Speakers Give Your iPod Touch a Dumbo Complex

“Ear” Speakers Give Your iPod Touch a Dumbo Complex
If you’re looking for a way to give the sound on your iPod Touch an extra boost, check out these portable speakers that appear to poke out of the sides of your media player. With their ear-like appendages, these Green House SPA-214ct speakers do look a little bit goofy (or like some other Disney character with big ears), but they do put the speakers in just the right location to provide decent stereo sound.

Airheads Let You Make Music in the Air

Airheads Let You Make Music in the Air
These new devices let you create music by waving your hands in the air. The sensor sticks can detect the position and velocity of your hands as they move in front of them. Airheads work as a standard MIDI controller, you can connect them to most synthesizers or even a drum machine, so you can play some serious air drums.

Cheap Foldable Noise Canceling Headphones [Such a Deal]

Cheap Foldable Noise Canceling Headphones [Such a Deal]
A few months ago my friend’s globetrotting father bought a pair Bose noise canceling headphones. The reason: he felt compelled to buy one after sharing one too many plane rides with Bose-wearing businessmen. Too bad he didn’t wait for these headphones from Ableplanet, because right now they are dirt-cheap.

Drawdio Music Pencil Lets You Doodle Electronic Sounds

Drawdio Music Pencil Lets You Doodle Electronic Sounds
Feeling musically inclined, but haven’t the time or knowledge to write sheet music? Now you can produce your own sonic creations simply by doodling on a piece of paper. Designed by Adafruit (in collaboration with Jay Silver), Drawdio is an analog synthesizer circuit that straps to any soft-leaded pencil, and lets you crank out electronic sounds while you sketch.

Tiny Cube Speakers: Portable, Also Easily Lost.

Tiny Cube Speakers: Portable, Also Easily Lost.
Here’s something for people who want some boom outside of their boom – I mean room. Landport’s cube speakers are so tiny, calling them ultra-portable would be an understatement. I say they’re ultra-losable. Measuring just 26 mm x 26 mm x 26 mm (appx.

Salad Bowl Speakers Serve up Scrumptious Sound [IKEA Hack]

Salad Bowl Speakers Serve up Scrumptious Sound [IKEA Hack]
While you could fill your salad bowl with lettuce, tomatoes, bacon bits and honey dijon dressing, that would be pretty boring. Personally, I prefer my salads to be made from anodized aluminum, magnets, and wire. Yum.

Louis Vuitton iPod Trunk: Apple’S New Luggable

Louis Vuitton iPod Trunk: Apple’S New Luggable
In a show of sheer over-the-top ridiculosity, French accessory designer Louis Vuitton created this decked-out iPod carrying case for German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The custom-made Taiga leather Vuitton case is lined with rich red microfiber, and carries an insane 20 iPods, along with a charging dock, a set of JBL Creature II satellite speakers and matching subwoofer.

Sega Hitokara Karaoke Disco Ball: Just Add Off-Key Vocals

Sega Hitokara Karaoke Disco Ball: Just Add Off-Key Vocals
You’ve gotta hand it to the Japanese. They managed to take the strains of howling, tone deaf, drunken business executives and turn them into a multi-billion dollar yen industry. Now you can bring the Karaoke experience to your living room, complete with a cheezy disco light show.

Flash Beat Speaker Offers Sound-Sensitive Light Show

Flash Beat Speaker Offers Sound-Sensitive Light Show
Nope, this wild glowy sphere isn’t some sort of newfangled plasma weapon. Actually, what you’re looking at is a combination speaker/light show that’s perfect for your next big dance party. Inside the transparent red plastic orb of the Zumreed Flash Beat is a downward-firing speaker, surrounded by a rapidly spinning pink light.

Tuned Bear iPod Speaker: Louder Than the Average Bear

Tuned Bear iPod Speaker: Louder Than the Average Bear
Stuffed animal lovers, here’s a new portable audio setup that’s perfect for you – assuming that your animal of choice happens to be a faceless shiny bear, that is. Made by Hirokawa Japan, Tuned Bear is a complete sound system for your media player, stuffed inside a teddy bear.

LED Boombox Wrist Watch: Hip Hop Hooray!

LED Boombox Wrist Watch: Hip Hop Hooray!
Do you long for the days of carrying around a giant sound system on your shoulders? This watch brings back fond boombox memories without the risk of back injury. Flüd’s Boombox watch looks like a tiny version of the “portable” stereos of days gone by.

Xpod: Tiny Speakers Fit in Your Pocket

Xpod: Tiny Speakers Fit in Your Pocket
Want to share your music when you’re out and about? Sure, you could ask your friends to try on your crusty headphones, or you could reach into your pocket and pull out a pair of these tiny speakers.
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