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Tag: Sound

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.

Audiomatryoshka Speakers Don’T Wobble, Won’T Fall Down

Audiomatryoshka Speakers Don’T Wobble, Won’T Fall Down
The word Matryoshka isn’t exactly a part of the English vernacular, but once you realize that it’s really just the Russian name for those little nesting dolls your grandmother has sitting on her mantle, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
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Mp3 Belt Buckle Perfect for Wrestlers, Truck Drivers

Mp3 Belt Buckle Perfect for Wrestlers, Truck Drivers
What could say “I really know how to dress myself” more than a nice big brass belt buckle. You know – the type that’s so huge that you dare not try to bend at the waist, lest you puncture an internal organ?

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.

Ihome Ip1 Speaker System is Both Tubular and Flat-Ular

Ihome Ip1 Speaker System is Both Tubular and Flat-Ular
The latest and greatest iPod/iPhone compatible speaker system from iHome is here, and it sure looks iGood. The iHome iP1 features a striking industrial design with two oversize cylindrical woofer chambers, poking through a sleek smoked acrylic faceplate which also houses a pair of high frequency drivers.

IPhone Sid Player Cranks Out C64 8-Bit Chiptunes

IPhone Sid Player Cranks Out C64 8-Bit Chiptunes
Miss the classic 8-bit sounds of the Commodore 64? Well thanks to this new app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, you can listen to all of your favorite retro sounds all over again. Software Engineer Michael Lauer recently released SID Player, which emulates the 6581 SID audio circuit from the C64.

Headphonies: Little Speaker Dudes in Your Pocket

Headphonies: Little Speaker Dudes in Your Pocket
These pint-sized characters might look similar to other artist-designed vinyl toys, but take another look and you’ll notice that they don’t just look cool hanging out on your desktop, they’re actually functional. Eran Weinberg’s Headphonies combine the appeal of funky designer vinyl toys with the utility of a portable speaker.

Pew Pew: Comic Book Sound Effect Generator

Pew Pew: Comic Book Sound Effect Generator
Do you think you can be the next Leinil Yu, or the next Steve McNiven, or the next Dave Gibbons?  If you think so, then good luck. I hope you succeed. I have nothing else to say to you.

Geneva Labs Home Theater Combines Sound + Furniture

Geneva Labs Home Theater Combines Sound + Furniture
It’s been a while since the guys over at Geneva Labs wowed us with their stylish room-filling iPod stereo systems. Now, Geneva is back with an all-in-one home theater sound system that’s sure to look great in any high-end living space.

Callpod Drone: Bluetooth Audio on the Go

Callpod Drone: Bluetooth Audio on the Go
The 21st century hates wires. We have Wi-Fi, we have wireless video game controllers, even wireless external hard drives. Callpod joins in the war against wireless with their Bluetooth device called Drone. Andres from anything but iPod has a good explanation of the Drone’s functionality.

Mix Tape is Really a Portable Dj Mixer

Mix Tape is Really a Portable Dj Mixer
On the surface, this shiny box looks like an old school cassette tape that’s been 24-karat gold plated. But take another look, and you’ll see that it’s actually a pocket-sized audio mixer for combining sounds from a pair of audio devices.

Yorozu Sound Resolution: Any Surface is a Speaker

Yorozu Sound Resolution: Any Surface is a Speaker
Got a spare cardboard box lying around? How about an old suitcase? Why not turn your junk into a speaker? Fresh from the streets of Japan, the Yorozu Audio Sound Revolution kit lets you transform just about anything into a speaker.

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.

Wireless Bird Doorbells Sure to Get Your Cat’S Attention

Wireless Bird Doorbells Sure to Get Your Cat’S Attention
Personally, I’ve got no problem with the traditional “ding-dong” when solicitors come to my front door (it’s the solicitors themselves that I have an issue with). But you nature-lovers out there might like something a little more organic when the doorbell rings.

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.
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