If you’re an iPod owning Bose loving rich person then you’ll be excited to learn that the SoundDock 10 has arrived for a mere $599. This new sound system for the iPod and iPhone looks great on your shelf, sounds great when you play it and say’s “I have a lot of money” to anyone who visits and views itRead more
I’ve got a Logitech Squeezebox Boom that is an absolute pleasure to use. It’s one of those products that seems interesting but maybe not necessary, until you actually get one and start using it. That’s when you get spoiled…quickly. I use mine to listen to Sirius Radio inside the house, but I also use it for exploring internet radio andRead more
I was searching for a Bluetooth speaker system to use with my T-Mobile G1 and lo and behold I came across the Cy-Fi Wireless Sport Speaker. This nifty little speaker can attach to the handlebar of your bicycle or motorcycle allowing you to rock out as you ride.
This spacey looking speaker weighs only 5 ounces and is very slim.
I was looking for a new speaker system to use in my kitchen with my laptop or mp3 player, when I came across the expressionist PLUS system from Altec Lansing.
The Altec Lansing expressionist PLUS is a attractive speaker system that not only looks good, but sounds good as well.
High Quality Audio
Full Bass response 40-20KHz
Compact and Portable
Up to 20 hours battery life
(recharge via USB)
It is available nowRead more
One thing I like to do when cleaning house is listen to podcasts or music. I don’t have much of a stereo system in my home, and I wouldn’t want to make to have the whole household suffer from me listening to the latest from one of my many Linux podcasts. So most of the time I have earbuds orRead more
My buddy Dimitri recently had the chance to review Audioengine’s A5 speakers over on WhatsOniPhone. He loved the big sound and excellent build. I’ve recently had a chance to take a look at the far smaller A2s; at about 1/3 the size of the A5s, the A2s are like the smaller sibling and while they don’t pack the SAMERead more
Speakal is announcing availablity for a line of iBoo iPod docks in red, white and blue. The price is $89.99 and the dock includes numerous cradles to fit various iPod devices as well as a 3.5 mm input jack for those devices refusing to play nicely and sit in a cradle. There’s a remote control included and the iBoo canRead more
Woofers. Get it? Speakers shaped like (headless) dogs. All the benefits of canine companionship with none of the messy cleanup. I’m unsure if these are actually in production or just a design concept. The site lists them as being made from polyester with 60 watt – 180 watt RMS 4 ohm impedance. Wouldn’t these be the perfect conversation starter inRead more
Back when Judie was a fixture The Gadgeteer, she and I would occasionally write dually reviews. This was a term we coined that basically consisted of a review where we would chat back and forth about the product in question. Today we’re going to revive that fun format, with a review of the Squeezebox Boom Network Music Player fromRead more
My wife calls it the silver bullet. I think from behind, it looks like a twisted alien face, staring out at you. In reality, however, it is one of the most unique speakers I have ever used. Modeled after the Zeppelin flying machine, if this speaker sounds half as good as it looks, then I think we will haveRead more
When I was in college, it seems like someone was always throwing a house party. For those of you who are not familiar, it is a pretty basic concept. You throw open the front door of your house, condo, apartment, dorm room, or wherever you live; set out some refreshments; crank the music and wait for the people to showRead more
In case you have not been able to tell from my plethora of media player and headphone reviews, I am something of an audiophile (heck, I was even a DJ at parties and weddings in college). I have built my home theatre system over the past couple of years, carefully selecting each component. The one thing which has always eludedRead more
Back in the late 80s, when every spare dime I had went into car stereo components, I bought my first KICKER product. It was a subwoofer speaker box which fit perfectly into the space behind the seats in my silver Alfa Romeo. Never mind that it took up valuable cargo space; I still had a trunk, and I got aRead more
A couple of months back, I asked my LEGO friends Beetle and Maynard with their girlfriends Sunshine and Faith to check out the new Fingertip Mini Cube Speaker that Thomas at USB Fever sent from overseas. (see the review: Make Some Music)
Sunshine: “We were looking for an upgrade to a dual speaker setup. It was then that