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Tag: Speaker

Fiio Ps1110 Walkbox Portable Speaker: Boom for Your Buck

Fiio Ps1110 Walkbox Portable Speaker: Boom for Your Buck
anythingbutipod’s Andreas Ødegård recently reviewed FiiO’s PS1110 Walkbox, a portable speaker. The Walkbox turns out to be a good deal, churning out surprisingly loud sounds in such a small package while still being cheap. As in Chinese product cheap.

Big Bang Speaker is the Bomb

Big Bang Speaker is the Bomb
Crank out some explosive sounds from your media player with this speaker that looks like a bomb. The Big Bang Speaker (a.k.a. the “Sound Bomb”) has the look of one of those ACME cartoon bombs that blew up in Wile E.

Puffy Stereo Backpack: Take the Spirit of 1998 With You

Puffy Stereo Backpack: Take the Spirit of 1998 With You
Fydelity’s Stay-Puff Stereo Backpack is just begging to bust out some Beastie Boys or Q Tip. Equipped with a 3000 milliwatt amplifier, the backpack’s built-in speakers can play music for up to 8 hours on 4 AA batteries.

Mur-01 Seat With Built-in Speakers: Now That’S a Seriously Rocking Chair

Mur-01 Seat With Built-in Speakers: Now That’S a Seriously Rocking Chair
Feel the full force of Mastodon on your butt with the MUR-01 rocking chair from Irisohyama. The built-in 8.5-watt 2.1 speaker system will assault your body with sound. Or will it just massage your body? How loud is an 8.5-watt speaker system anyway?

Super Mini Cube: World’S Tiniest (and Most Useless?) iPod Speaker

Super Mini Cube: World’S Tiniest (and Most Useless?) iPod Speaker
Welcome to another edition of Cute or Stupid?, a feature that I personally don’t want to do anymore but fate seems to want me to continue, so. Here we go: up for deliberation is the Super Mini Cube, allegedly the world’s tiniest speaker.

Halo Rocket Launcher Boom Box Fires Tunes Not Projectiles

Halo Rocket Launcher Boom Box Fires Tunes Not Projectiles
Now this is my kind of boom box… Halo fan Mordacil’s SPNKR rocket launcher boom box has speakers built into the barrels, and a slot on top for connecting an MP3 player. While you could use it to play an aggressive tune like Bang Your Head, or something more whimsical like Blow the Man Down, I think I’d rather play the Halo theme music to preserve the illusion.

Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Goes for a Swim

Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Goes for a Swim
With the warm weather season finally upon us (sorry Australian and New Zealand readers), you’re probably hoping to spend lots of time in the pool this Summer. But just because you’re floating around on an inflatable raft with a piña colada in hand doesn’t mean you have to be separated from your digital music collection.

Eggshell Speakers Amazingly Don’T Shatter When You Play Music Through Them

Eggshell Speakers Amazingly Don’T Shatter When You Play Music Through Them
After he made himself a delicious omelet (I made that part up), Modder Gomhi managed to turn a couple of brown chicken eggs into a pair of miniature speakers. Each one is loaded with a tiny 1-inch diameter Hi-Vi B1S driver.

Mini Mp3 Amps Don’t Go to 11, but Will Rock the (Doll) House

Mini Mp3 Amps Don’t Go to 11, but Will Rock the (Doll) House
These nifty little speaker systems look just like classic electric guitar amps, only a whole lot smaller. Modeled after classic amps by musical greats Marshall and US Blues, these teensy little amps are perfect for the rocker in your house.

Octopus Trap Speakers May Only Look Versatile

Octopus Trap Speakers May Only Look Versatile
In what has to be one of the oddest trends I’ve seen, Japanese company Bird Electron has produced a set of speakers built to resemble octopus traps. As you might have guessed, octopus traps are used to catch octopi.

Relive the Big and Chunky Days of Gadgets With Fauxsure Shirts

Relive the Big and Chunky Days of Gadgets With Fauxsure Shirts
Remember when controllers had corners and not curves? When speakers were bigger than a house? When storage was limited but personal? and rectangular? Remember when synths… Nevermind. Synthesizers still look the same. Oh wait. Remember when synths had no USB connection?

Yuen’to Music Ball: Expensive Speaker in a Small, Nearly Useless Package

Yuen’to Music Ball: Expensive Speaker in a Small, Nearly Useless Package
How much would you pay for a 0.7 watt portable speaker that’s more cute than functional? $76.16!?! How the hell did you know that the Yuen’to Music Ball cost that much? Get outta here! I mean, you probably already know that it has a 3.5 mm stereo jack, so it’ll fit with most portable players.

Focal Aquatune Lets Your iPod Go for a Swim

Focal Aquatune Lets Your iPod Go for a Swim
How many times have you said to yourself – Self… Why is it that I can’t take my iPod in the swimming pool with me? Well this new waterproof sound system from Japan’s Focal is the answer to your inner prayers.

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.

Speech Bubble Speakers for the Very Literal

Speech Bubble Speakers for the Very Literal
If life was like a comic, we would always have really cool t-shirts and witty punchlines (or we would be unchanging dinosaurs) and our conversations would fit into neat little speech bubbles. Real life is messier, but thanks to the forthcoming Speak-er, soon you’ll be able to make the aural aspect of your life a little neater… and a little more like comic life.

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.

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