March 2, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Zumreed Hybrid Headphones

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Take your pick of how to use the Zumreed X2 Hybrid Headphones, whether you prefer them to be a singular noise cancelling experience or as a pair of desktop speakers. The ear cups rotate to stand erect on a flat surface and its Lithium-Ion battery lasts about four hours before needing a recharge via USB. Also available in both black and white, the phones come with both 3.5mm and 6.3 mm gold-plated stereo plugs.

Via Zumreed

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February 21, 2012

Energy Sistem Radio & TV 120

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Energy Sistem's Radio & TV 120 can stream from over 15,000 Internet Radio channels and 2,000 TV stations. It can store up to 2,000 tunes or up to 16 hours of video. Almost every audio/video file type is supported and it can transfer data and charge via USB. The radio/player has a 2.4" screen and displays a favorites list, and audio can be matched with speakers or 3.5mm headphones. Add a MicroSDHC card for 16GB additional storage.

Energy Sistem

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February 8, 2012

JVC Speaker Dock Nightstand

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JVC doesn't want to simply replace your clock radio, they want you to have an entire new nightstand. The N-BX3 iPhone/iPod Speaker Dock is made of wood with a glass top. At a size of 500 x 300 x 110mm and available in black or white, features include an FM tuner and SRS StudioSound for HD at a price of ¥400,000 (~$520.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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February 2, 2012

Sony Walkman New E Series

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Sony's latest Walkman E Series, due out in Japan this month, is thinner than ever at 9.1 mm and weighs a mere 37g. It has a 1.4" color LCD Display, 30 hours per charge and a 98% noise cancelling option. Both have FM tuners, equalization, clear bass and stereo, and DSEE. The 2GB NW-E060, that comes with earbuds, lists for ¥9,000 (~$117.00) while the 4GB NW-E060K has a plug-in speaker at ¥11,000 (~$143.00.)

Via c/net

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January 19, 2012

SOL Unveils Celeb Audio Products

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SOL (Soundtrack of Life) Republic, a company created from Monster Cable Kevin Lee's son Noel, made a huge splash at the CES 2012, bringing out audio products that ranged from Livestrong in-ear headphones ($179.95) to Nick Cannon's line of N-Ergy Earbuds ($70.00.) Other offerings from the company included sweat-proof iSport headphones and Gratitude, a line of earwear co-designed by the group Earth, Wind and Fire (because one can never find enough products endorsed by '70 stoner rock bands.)

Via Soul Republic

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January 18, 2012

Ludacris Celebrates Party in a Box

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For those musicians who aspire to loftier products to put their name on than perfume or nail polish comes Ludacris' Soul Electronics line of audio products including headphones and Party In a Box. Okay, the name is a bit silly, but the speaker system can dock an iPad, is both Bluetooth and AirPlay compatible, and has a 5.8GHz 2-way transceiver and FM RDS tuner. It features two 6.5" woofers, four 1" tweeters and two 3" drivers and made its debut at the CES 2012.

Via Soul Electronics

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January 11, 2012

Lynx Portable Radio is Sirius

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SiriusXM wants you to have more tunes with this Lynx Portable Radio. Running Android, you can create a library with about 200 hours of tunes from various stations. The satellite radio is compatible with both WiFi and Bluetooth. One of the coolest aspects is that it will automatically play the current song from the beginning when you create a Favorite channel. Look for a $250 price.

Via SiriusXM

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January 9, 2012

Samsung Docks Bi-Useful

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Samsung has a couple of new audio docks that support not only Galaxy S phones and players but Apple devices as well. The DA-E750 Speaker/Dock has "hybrid vacuum tube amplifier technology" that reportedly combines clear digital sound with a natural one produced by a vacuum in its preamp. The DA-E670 lacks the tube, but both stream wirelessly with AllShare or Airplay and charge while you listen. They make their debut at the CES 2012.

Via Samsung

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January 2, 2012

Archos 35 Portable Radio

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The Archos 35 is an Android-based 4GB radio that will stream your tunes anywhere you like. The compact device can reach over 50,000 stations with its pre-loaded TuneIn Radio Pro app. Other available apps include weather, traffic, sports and social networking. With a 3.5" touchscreen for ease of use, it has two built-in stereo speakers, alarm and headphone jack for privacy.

Via Archos

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December 19, 2011

Get to Audio Heaven Via Audio Hell

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While the American Burger King offered Free Fries Friday to get the word out on their new product, the Swedish electronics store Pause showed a lot more creativity. Visit XmasCarolTorture.com before December 21, listen to the endless droning of Jingle Bells and you may just win a Geneva 5 Stereo System. At the very least you get a discount if you can manage to go through several choruses (you have to press a Santa button occasionally to prove you are still listening.)

Via Xmas Carol Torture

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