Music & Sons

March 26, 2008

These Italian-made t-shirts feature a pocket for your MP3 player, and a washable cord that runs though the shirt. The top of the shirt has an audio jack and comes with super-short headphones. Music & Sons shirts ($70) are perfect for anyone who gets frustrated by holding their ipod, and for people who hate getting tangled up in their headphone wires.

Logitech Squeezebox Duet

March 12, 2008

Logitech has made yet another wireless music system. The Squeezebox Duet tops all previous models. It also has support for nearly every operating system and a bevy of media players. The device allows you to stream music directly from your computer to speakers or receiver. You could also bypass your computer and keep your music online, or stream your music from online services such as Pandora, Slacker, and Rhapsody. The base can hook up with its digital optical, coax, or analog audio connectors, features 802.11b/g wireless, and a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port. The controller looks looks like a compact Logitech Harmony and has a 2.4-inch color LCD TFT display with backlight, rechargeable Li-ion battery, and built-in 802.11b/g wireless. The whole thing costs $399.99 and is available now. CNET has a complete review. See more pictures.

Everex mini gOS Linux PC

March 4, 2008

Well all know that Everex struggled to release the Cloudbook on time but now we have something new from Everex, the mini gOS Linux PC. The new Everex mini featues a small form factor with a 1.86GHz Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core Mobile Processor, 120GB Hard Disk Drive, 512MB DDR2 SDRAM, DVD+/-RW, Intel GMA950 and Realtek ALC268 Audio. In addition the Everex mini is loaded up with Everex gOS linux operating system and will retail for a price of $399

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The JL Audio Gotham G213 Subwoofer ($11,000) is perfect for you audiophiles who want to feel like you are in the music. This new audio system features a pair of 13.5-inch subwoofers at 3,800-watts! The whole things weighs 360-lbs and is 34-inches tall. The real seller is that it will electronically set up itself with an automatic room equalization system. It uses a microphone that figures out how much subwoofer is necessary. [via] More Pictures.

Woofer

September 18, 2007
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The Woofer Speaker System ($900)is a co-axial speaker system consisting of two dogs. The are available in either black or white. They feature a custom engineered electronic filters for excellent sound. The speakers can handle 60watt – 180 watt RMS, 4 ohm impedance. You could be really cool and pair them with these.

Dodecasub Subwoofer System

September 11, 2007
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The Dodecasub ($2,500) from Elemental Designs features an array of 10 subwoofers each measuring 10-inches. Each speaker can pump out 600-watts making the total output of this death star, 6000-watts! [via]

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Bowers & Wilkins celebrated 40 years of excellence in the loudspeaker business with their Signature Diamond Hi-Fi Speakers. Its cylindrical cabinet is a Kevlar® midrange/bass drive unit. A first-order crossover of individually-auditioned components provides a simple, pure signal path. But the crowning glory is the marble tube-loaded tweeter, whose dome of synthetic diamond delivers high frequencies with jaw-dropping precision and clarity.

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The Soundmatters Substage100 (Buy Now $300) is a flat self-powered (100W RMS) subwoofer. You can put this almost anywhere, like under your seat for extra BOOM in your room… Now, if only it were wireless.

[Source: Soundmatters]

Dragon Speakers

May 10, 2007
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Made in Sweden, these speakers follow the new trend of having speakers not look like speakers with this classical sculpture. They currently come in white, red, or black, and are made from plastic. Other colors can be special ordered. This $150 speaker has a 1″ peerless tweeter, and a 4″ peerless/vifa midrange magnesium chassis, NRSC cone, and NR rubber surround. It will max out at 140 watt and its sensitivity is (8ohm) 85dB.

[Source: axelsson.co.uk]