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Tag: Sound

Fils Sound Film is a Flexible, Transparent Speaker

Fils Sound Film is a Flexible, Transparent Speaker
Here’s another cool find from the aisles of this year’s CES show. Developed by Korean electronics manufacturer FILS, this innovative material might look like a piece of acetate, but it’s actually a transparent speaker. Fils Sound Film is a flexible, light transparent sound technology which can be used to create speakers pretty much anywhere you’d ever want.

Woof Dachshund Speaker: More of a Tweeter Than a Woofer

Woof Dachshund Speaker: More of a Tweeter Than a Woofer
This little desktop speaker is just like a real dachshund – cute from a distance, but horribly annoying once it opens its little yap and won’t shut up. The WOOF Dachshund speaker plugs into your computer or MP3 player’s audio port, and lets you listen to your tunes through a pair of tiny, tinny speakers.
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Arabesque Glass Speakers Are Fragil-Eh, but Not From Italy

Arabesque Glass Speakers Are Fragil-Eh, but Not From Italy
These towering speakers from Crystal Cable are really unusual, thanks to their see-through design. And by the way, they’re constructed out of something you don’t usually build speakers out of – plate glass. The 55.7″ tall, 227 pound Arabesque speakers are hand-assembled from large sheets 3/4″ facet-cut glass, carefully glued together to form a sound enclosure.

USB Speaker Looks Like a Vacuum Tube Amp, but Sure Doesn’T Sound Like One

USB Speaker Looks Like a Vacuum Tube Amp, but Sure Doesn’T Sound Like One
While this thing certainly looks like some sort high-end audiophile device, it’s actually a cheap desktop speaker for your computer that’s just masquerading as a schmancy tube amp. Created by Japan’s Hanwha, the tube look-a-like speaker plugs into the USB port and audio jack on your computer, and lights up in a cool blue when powered on.

Nixon Master Blaster Headphones: Blast Your Ears in Comfort

Nixon Master Blaster Headphones: Blast Your Ears in Comfort
After a few too many days wearing those dainty little earbuds that ship with most media players these days, it’s easy to forget what a real pair of headphones look and sound like. That’s what Nixon’s Master Blaster headphones are all about.

Guitar Hero Drums Hacked to Play Real Music

Guitar Hero Drums Hacked to Play Real Music
While word on the street is that future versions of Rock Band might actually teach you how to play real instruments, modder Andy Lunn couldn’t wait that long and figured out a way to make real music with his Guitar Hero drum kit.

Sound Pot Porcelain Speakers: Handle With Care

Sound Pot Porcelain Speakers: Handle With Care
I always thought that making speakers out of something as fragile as porcelain would be a bad idea. But these bulbous clay speakers look intriguing enough that I might be willing to risk breaking ’em. Korean design firm Studio Lim created these unique speakers called Sound Pots.

Never-Ending Records: Don’T Disturb This Groove

Never-Ending Records: Don’T Disturb This Groove
When I think of how I might get a record to play continuously, I think back to my childhood and all those stupid square cut-out records you got inside MAD Magazine or on the back of a box of Super Sugar Crisp and had to tape a penny to in order to keep them from skipping.

USB Big Panda Speaker: Truth in Advertising

USB Big Panda Speaker: Truth in Advertising
Why can’t products just tell you what they are? Do we really need non-descriptive names like Wii, Kindle, Nook, and Droid to describe our gadgets? Really? Product naming doesn’t get much more concise and descriptive than this here thing, the USB Big Panda Speaker.

Minivan Speakers for Tiny Soccer Moms

Minivan Speakers for Tiny Soccer Moms
One of my recurring nightmares is about the day I end up driving a minivan. Thankfully, that particular dream hasn’t come true, but this new gadget might keep that idea in the back of my mind if I kept it in my pocket.

Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt: Air Guitar on Steroids

Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt: Air Guitar on Steroids
The thinking geeks at ThinkGeek recently unleashed one of their most awesome creations: WEARABLE ROCK. Their Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt features a semi-guitar with 14 major chords – which were recorded from a real electric guitar – assigned to different areas on the neck, so you can play songs for real without really knowing how to play the guitar.

Q-Acoustics Q-Tv2 Adds Serious Sound to Flat Screen Tvs

Q-Acoustics Q-Tv2 Adds Serious Sound to Flat Screen Tvs
While plenty of flat screen televisions have decent built-in sound, you really need to add on a separate speaker system if you want some real stereo separation and bass thump. The new Q-TV2 speaker system provides a unique way to improve your TV’s sound without cluttering your room with extra boxes and wires.

Table of Sound Integrates Speakers Into Its Legs

Table of Sound Integrates Speakers Into Its Legs
Everyone has surely heard of bookshelf speakers. But have you ever heard of coffee table speakers? Well now you can say you have. The innovative Table of Sound (ToS) coffee table was created by designers Wout Fierens and Miquell van Meelen of Wondering Boys for a recent competition over on designboom.

Wire Recorder Lets You Record Your Voice on Random Metal Surfaces

Wire Recorder Lets You Record Your Voice on Random Metal Surfaces
Building on some of the same basic principles that eventually gave way to the cassette recorder, this kit lets you transcribe the sound of your voice into magnetic charges and play them back with a swipe of your hand.

Caribbean Finger Steel Drums: DIY Desktop Reggae

Caribbean Finger Steel Drums: DIY Desktop Reggae
Ever wanted to know how to play the steel drums? Nope, me either. Maybe it’s the fact that I just don’t have room for a couple of sawed-off 55 gallon oil drums in my living room.

Ecohime Covers Up Your “Bathroom Noises” [Weird Japan]

Ecohime Covers Up Your “Bathroom Noises” [Weird Japan]
Nobody wants to talk about it, but who really wants to listen to your gaseous emissions? Not me. This weird gadget from Japan lets you mask your bathroom activities while you “do your business”.
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