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Tag: Radio

Arch Audio T2 Vacuum Tube Radio Plays Am, Fm, Mp3, Wma

Arch Audio T2 Vacuum Tube Radio Plays Am, Fm, Mp3, Wma
I was making the regular rounds of my favorite Asian technology sites when I came across this intriguing hybrid of modern and classic technologies. The Arch Audio T2 radio combines the warm analog sounds of a tube-based amplifier with the modern digital sounds of MP3 and WMA files.

Gear4 Crg-60 iPod Clock Radio Lets You Choose How It Will Ruin Your Sleep

Gear4 Crg-60 iPod Clock Radio Lets You Choose How It Will Ruin Your Sleep
Like many other iPod docks/alarm clocks, gear4’s latest iPod accessory can wake you up with music from your iPod. But the crg-60 can also be set to play music from the built-in FM radio or just do a good ol’ buzz to make you get out of bed.
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8-Bit Fm Internet Radio Offers Video Game Music 24x7x365 [Chiptunes]

8-Bit Fm Internet Radio Offers Video Game Music 24x7x365 [Chiptunes]
Can’t get enough of the retro beeps and blips of old-school video games? Then today must be your lucky day. There’s a new online radio station that’s just for you. 8-Bit FM is a new Internet radio station that plays everything from classic video game soundtracks to modern day electronic music played on old gaming hardware.

Bust Out Some Legit Block Rockin’ Beats With the LEGO Boombox

Bust Out Some Legit Block Rockin’ Beats With the LEGO Boombox
Unlike the other Lego-inspired audio gear we’ve featured here, this LEGO boombox actually bears the Danish toy company’s stamp. It’s quite cheap too, at $40. Who says authentic stuff has to be expensive? The LEGO boombox has an analog radio and CD player, but you can connect other audio players via its 3.5-mm input jack.

Brionvega Rr227 Retro 1960s Radio Gets 21st Century Renovation With Mp3, Sd and USB

Brionvega Rr227 Retro 1960s Radio Gets 21st Century Renovation With Mp3, Sd and USB
The neo-modern design of this BrionVega desktop radio harkens back to a sixties’ Italian design aesthetic. Maybe that’s because it’s actually based on a radio the company actually made back in 1965 in Italy. BrionVega’s RR227 is a modern-day update of Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper’s classic RR127 radio, which they created over 44 years ago.

Retrolicious: Areaware 2b Radio

Retrolicious: Areaware 2b Radio
Areaware’s 2B Radio lets you enjoy the “big, warm, radiant sound” that can only be produced by vacuum tubes, along with a Braun-inspired minimalist design. Aside from an AM & FM internal antenna, the 2B Radio also has an aux input and a recording output, so you can pair it with modern audio devices.

Crosley Nomad Portable Radio: Retro Look, Modern Sound

Crosley Nomad Portable Radio: Retro Look, Modern Sound
When I talk about retro tech, I’m usually going on about stuff from the late 1970s or early 1980s since those were the years that really defined me as the geek that I am today. The 1930s, on the other hand, are just a wee bit before my time.

Sonoro Stardust: Now That’S What I Call a Crystal Radio

Sonoro Stardust: Now That’S What I Call a Crystal Radio
If you’re into sparkly things, this new radio from Sonoro is sure to catch your eye. The top-of-the-line Elements Stardust clock radio is adorned with nearly 4,000 hand-placed Swarovski crystals, making the case sparkle and shine like diamonds.

Time Tuner Clock: Analog Face, Digital Brain

Time Tuner Clock: Analog Face, Digital Brain
Istanbul-based Antrepo design industry took the classic analog radio tuner and gave it a sleek makeover with the time tuner alarm clock. Instead of frequencies, the scale on the clock’s face has the hour marks arranged in a line.

Hidden Radio: This Futuristic Mushroom Masks a Cool Radio

Hidden Radio: This Futuristic Mushroom Masks a Cool Radio
The Hidden Radio by John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen is designed to make the human-radio interaction more intuitive and less cluttered. Also, it’s designed to make your radio look more like a futuristic mushroom than a regular radio.

Modern iPod/iPhone Alarm Clock Hangs Right on Your Wall

Modern iPod/iPhone Alarm Clock Hangs Right on Your Wall
Looking for a nice digital alarm clock that you can dock your iPod or iPhone in, but don’t have room on your bedside table for anything decent? Then look no further than this nifty contemporary digital clock radio which can be mounted easily on your wall.

Scratch Style: Tokidoki Turntable Watch

Scratch Style: Tokidoki Turntable Watch
Tokidoki has recently come out with a watch that looks like a turntable, and I’ll be the first to go on record as saying it looks fantastic. The Tokidoki watch is presented in a much more tongue-in-cheek rendering than this other turntable-lookin’ watch. 

Shower Radio Disguised as a Shampoo Bottle: Why?

Shower Radio Disguised as a Shampoo Bottle: Why?
This isn’t exactly high-tech, but it’s a strange enough gadget that I wanted to share it. It’s a waterproof radio for your shower that’s disguised as a shampoo bottle. Sooo… what’s the rationale behind this product?

R/C Car Puts You in the Driver’S Seat

R/C Car Puts You in the Driver’S Seat
This cool new remote-controlled car puts you right in the heart of the action, thanks to a tiny wireless camera and a pair of POV goggles. The VTS (Vision Tracking System) R/C car uses a VGA resolution digital camera to transmit a real-time image from the driver’s perspective to a head-mounted display device.

Oregon Scientific Projection Alarm Clocks Look Sharp

Oregon Scientific Projection Alarm Clocks Look Sharp
These digital alarm clocks from Oregon Scientific offer up a bold modern design that’s sure to look great on your bedside table. Featuring a striking black and white case with a futuristic, bright orange-on-black display, there’s no way you’ll miss one of these clocks when you roll over in the middle of the night to check the time.

Blythe Creates Plush Electronics

Blythe Creates Plush Electronics
Remember that oh-so-fun soft and squishy NES console? The talented crafter who made that great plush Nintendo is back with more plush gadgets, each sewn with amazing detail. Textile artist Blythe Church has just revealed a sneak preview of her latest creations which she’s preparing to show at her upcoming show “The Pitch of the Stitch”.
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