This pocket-sized speaker may look like nothing much, but it has some unique design properties that help it crank out some serious low-end.
The XMI X-Mini Capsule Speaker features a special vacuum chamber which opens up like an accordion.
These freshly baked cupcakes from Semk may look tasty, but you’ll probably chip a tooth on ’em if you try to bite in. That’s because they’re actually speakers, not cupcakes. Bummer.
Yep, no delicious frosting, just bass and treble.
Denon today revealed their latest home theater sound system, the DHT-M380. The new system has one major distinguishing characteristic… the speakers have beautiful hardwood cabinets.
The clean, elegant design lets the system integrate nicely into any living room.
It seems like a day doesn’t pass where a new iPod docking stereo comes out of the woodwork. At least these guys are doing something a little different from the rest.
The Audio Pro Porto takes the traditional iPod stereo and flips it on its ear.
Bearing more than a passing resemblance to Yamaha’s YSP line of home theater surround systems, this new Marantz ES7001 Sound Bar is designed to produce a fully-immersive home theater experience with a single box.
Like the Yamaha, the ES7001 crams all the amplifiers, speakers and surround processing gear into the same box.
There’s nothing like that deep, low frequency rumble when watching a movie on the big screen. Now you can really shake your moneymaker with this new subwoofer from Soundmatters.
The SUBstage200 Stealth Subwoofer fits neatly underneath most couches thanks to its 4-inch height profile.
Usually, I just write off most stuff that mall-dweller The Sharper Image puts out as either too pedestrian, too tacky or both. However, I’m gonna give them a break on this one. Their new iTower Omega is actually quite striking, integrating an entire iPod-ready stereo system into a handsome looking black tower.
Sure, there are countless “home theater in a box” systems out there, but most of them are generic, cheap looking silver boxes that look like something that only belongs on a shelf at your local Best Buy.
Single-box surround systems seem to be all the rage these days, with systems like Yamaha’s YSP line of sound projectors and the iLive Virtual Surround System recently in the news. Now Philips has revealed their entry into the virtual surround market with their Ambisound HTS8100 system.
Looking for a bookshelf speaker system for your digital music player that doesn’t suck? Audioengine’s Speaker System 5 has the specs and looks of a true audiophile speaker system but costs just $349, including free shipping.