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The MOCREO Wireless Portable LED Lamp Bluetooth Speaker

Posted in Bluetooth by Tam Yue on July 3rd, 2014

Mocreo Bluetooth Wireless SpeakerThis is kind of cool, a bluetooth speaker that is a also a LED lamp. This little bit of joy can plug into any standard light socket and provide you light and sound.

The MOCREO Wireless Portable LED Lamp Bluetooth Speaker comes with a remote control and syncs up with your digital music player to play your tunes from any standard lamp. Sounds a little crazy, but you have to admit that it is better than most speakers on your MP3 players.

You can order one (or more) of these on Amazon for $43.98 and it comes in 4 different colors; white, blue, green or pink. Great deal if you ask us.

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Dell Adds 23-Inch Monitor with Webcam and Speakers

Posted in monitors by Darrin Olson on May 12th, 2014

Dell UZ2315H 23 inch monitorDell had released a new 23-inch monitor that includes a couple common, but handy features. This is a full HD, LED backlit multimedia monitor that retails for around $374, which certainly doesn’t make it the best deal you’ll find on just a similar monitor. But, in the UZ2315H Dell has included a built-in 2.0MP webcam and integrated speakers, all optimized for Microsoft Lync.

The Dell monitor has a 178 degree viewing angle, meets the latest regulatory and environmental standards and has a highly adjustable stand and cable management, because you are going to have a couple extra cables connecting up the camera and speakers.

Pebble’s Aria Charger Speaker Combo

Posted in Accessories by Darrin Olson on May 3rd, 2014

Pebble Aria Speaker ChargerIt seems that regardless of the model, if you use your smartphone with its full smartphone capabilities all day long, you’re going battery is not going to make it through the day. There are a multitude of chargers available on the market to aid in this task, with one of those being the Pebble Aria.

This small, portable device carries a 3500mAh battery with enough juice to charge most phones a couple of times, but the Aria also comes with another significant feature. It has a built-in speaker that can run on its own for up to 70 hours. The speaker is not wireless however, undoubtedly saving on power, and connects with a standard 3.5mm jack. The charger works through a standard USB connection.

The Pebble Aria is available now and can be picked up for a little under …

Jerrycan Gas Can speakers

Posted in Speakers by Reuben Drake on August 3rd, 2011

Just because these speakers come in a gas can form, doesn’t mean they will cost you a fortune on gas to run. They will just cost a fortune. These Jerrycan Gas Can Speakers are a gas. My jokes have run out of fuel at this point.

They will cost you £285 ($470) and weigh about 55 lbs, and are even available in a variety of colors.We’ll let you decide if they are worth it.

Apple 27-inch Thunderbolt display with FaceTime HD camera and built-in speakers

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2011

Apple’s new Thunderbolt display is a 27-inch model with a 2560 x 1440 resolution 16:9 IPS display. It packs in Apple’s new connectors, an integrated 2.1 speaker system, and a Firewire 800 slot. If that isn’t enough, there’s also a built-in FaceTime HD camera and Mic, Gigabit Ethernet, three USB 2.0 ports and MagSafe charging for your MacBook.

The DisplayPort hookup can daisy chain up to six high speed devices. It will cost $999. Just when Apple fans had some money in the bank, they now have something more to buy.

Acoustic Lab Zeta 2.0 speaker set

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2011

Dutch designer Christian M Andersen has designed a set of high-end performance speakers called the Acoustic Lab Zeta 2.0 speaker range. The range pairs good looks with high functionality. The shape helps to enhance the sound and it has a linear sound spectrum, which will provide clear sounds.

They can easily be placed on the wall or any other surface with the help of additional wall brackets. These speakers have a frequency range of 110 to 20.000 Hz, while the amplifier works in a range of 20 to 20.000 Hz.

Mark Neumann Coliseum XLS Speakers For $40,000

Posted in Speakers by Reuben Drake on June 28th, 2011

If you have a spare $40,000, these Mark Neumann Coliseum XLS speakers are what you want. Only 13 pairs will be produced. They reproduce audio using 360 degree disbursement capabilities inspired by the grand piano.

Made from wood, these speakers each measure 43.75-inches tall, 18-inches wide and 22-inches deep. They also feature a few 7-inch E7 reference drivers with high frequency tweeters on each channel and a bass system that features two 8-inch woofers with a frequency range of 20Hz to 20,000Hz.


TDK Life On Record Sound Cube

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on May 22nd, 2011

The TDK Life on Record Sound Cube packs in two 5 1/4-inch coaxial drivers that deliver space-filling sound in a unique, compact design. It also has an equalizer to visualize your music with and retro rotary dials to control everything. It’s a speaker system, it’s a cube.

Digital data streaming allows premium audio decoding and playback while it’s charging your Apple iPod and iPhone. Other features include a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB port and Apple’s 30-Pin dock connector. We love the look of this one.

Creative ZiiSound Dx Wireless Modular Speakers

Posted in Creative by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2011

Creative is on a roll. Now the company has announced the availability of the ZiiSound Dx series of pure wireless modular speakers. The ZiiSound Dx series includes the ZiiSound D3x wireless modular speaker, ZiiSound D3x wireless one-piece speaker and ZiiSound DSx wireless subwoofer.

These speakers are sure to sound great and they connect independently to stereo Bluetooth devices like your iPhone, Blackberry, Android smartphone, iPad or Creative ZiiO tablet. The ZiiSound Dx series also uses apt-X audio technology for superior sound.

Creative outs new Bluetooth speakers

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2011

Creative has unveiled the wireless one-piece D80, a Bluetooth speaker that is pretty much identical to the previous D100, except for a lower price at $50 and a loss of battery power. Not much to get excited about.

The $300 ZiiSound D5x on the other hand, is compatible with the new D3x modular speaker and DSx modular subwoofer, which are both priced at $150. The D80 arrives this month and the ZiiSound’s components will arrive this summer.

JBL ships OnBeat iPad Speakers

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

JBL has announced that it is now shipping the OnBeat speakers for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. The OnBeat is an attractive dock that will hold your iPad, iPhone, or iPod and features dock rotation when holding an iPod or iPhone, side-mounted volume buttons, dual Phoenix full-range transducers, DSP equalization, charging, USB syncing, a 3.5mm auxiliary input, composite video output, and a remote control.

The company is proving that they care by also announcing that it is shipping the system with a revised bracket that will fit the iPad 2’s somewhat slimmer design. If you already purchased an OnBeat, don’t worry, you can request a replacement bracket at http://www.jbl.com/OnBeatipad2. Make sure you use the promo code “BRACKET.” The device will cost you $150.


JBL Cinema 300 Speaker System and Cinema 500 Home Theater Speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

JBL has some new home theater speakers in the Cinema 300 and Cinema 500. Both speaker systems feature four satellite speakers and a 150-watt subwoofer. The JBL Cinema 300 is among the smallest speakers that the company has offered yet. Pretty good looking too. These will look great in the home.

The JBL Cinema 500 consists of dual-midrange center and satellite speakers, and a down-firing 150-watt powered subwoofer. The JBL Cinema 300 and Cinema 500 retail for $499 and $699.

Trembo Trunks amplify your earbuds while using no power

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2011

Sometimes you want to share the music on your iPod, but all you have are tiny speakers that sound like crap. Well, two designers from Sydney, Australia have your back. Trembo Trunks are rubber “speakers” that will help you amplify the sounds coming out of your earbuds.

They are lightweight, durable and best of all they require no power. Just plug your headphones into the speakers and hit play. It’s that simple. Any sound played through the headphones is amplified up to 80dB and they can be placed anywhere you want, so you can get stereo sounds from them. They are looking for funding on Kickstarter, and have met their goal.

Logitech Z906 speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2011

Logitech has announced a successor to their Logitech Z-5500 speakers. The Z906 are 500W and THX Certified and are designed to create a theater quality experience in your living room. They boast 5.1 surround capabilities, so you will really get into your movies and hear things in all directions.

The Logitech Z906 also offers ported, side-firing subwoofers that pump out 165W of distortion-free bass. The Logitech Z906 speakers will arrive in stores later this month for $349.99.

Krator Neso 04 speakers inspired by Sydney Opera House

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2011

While these speakers are inspired by the Sydney Opera House, they look like they belong in Star Trek. They are some good looking speakers, that’s for sure. Most speakers are pretty ugly. There’s the Neso 04 Drop to the nature, the Neso 04 Surrealism and the Neso 2, which is handcrafted from wood. The best ones are the Neso 04 Opera House, pictured above.

No idea how expensive these will be, but they will likely cost quite a bit since you don’t see good looks like this often in the world of speakers.