Marantz Top 'O The Line Audio Player


As usual, Marantz delivers only the best in electronics. Their NA7004 Network Audio Player can convert digital to analog, is DLNA version 1.5-certified and has a USB front-panel input. Of course it also can receive Internet radio. Compatible with most formats, it has a M-XPort for Bluetooth streaming when used with optional RX101 Bluetooth Receiver. The player is available for pre-order now.

Via Marantz

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July 26, 2010

Coby Portable Media Player


Planning an extended road trip? Coby's Portable Media Player features a 10.2" LCD swivel screen TFT with 180ยบ rotation, anti-skip circuitry and headphone jack. The TFDVD1023 supports DVDs and CDs, and can read JPEG and MP3 files. Analog and digital outputs mean that it can be hooked up to home theaters or other media systems and an A/V input can be used for video game consoles. The device can handle multiple languages and has parental lock control.

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July 23, 2010

iHome Clock Radio/Dock is App Enabled


Clock radios have come a long way. iHome's iA100ZE docks your iPad/iPhone/iPod and makes it into an alarm clock, it has an FM tuner, features Bluetooth connectivity and has Bongiovi Digital Power Station circuitry. Even more clever, it is app enhanced with iHome+Sleep so that you can get custom alarms, social media alerts, news and weather, and more. No news yet on price and release date.

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July 22, 2010

Livescribe Echo Holds Up to 400 Hours of Notes


Livescribe has just released the Echo in two sizes, 4 and 8GB. Record up to 400 or 800 hours of audio and replay with a tap. Features include save and search, sharing your noted via email or social network site and applications are available for playtime. Prices are set at $169.95 and $199.95 respectively.

Via Livescribe Store

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July 19, 2010

Squeeze Uses iPad as Keyboard

Talk about great advertising. When the band 'Squeeze' appeared on Jimmy Fallon last week, the keyboard player was wielding an iPad as part of his performance. We don't know if the keyboard he was using could simulate a piano, but the fusing of technology was pretty cool nonetheless.

Via Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

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July 6, 2010

Roku Adds MOG Music


The online music service MOG has teamed with Roku to provide access. The basic service costs $4.99 monthly, while for $9.99, Roku owners can access MOG's 7.5 million tunes. Look for iPhone and Android apps in the near future.

Via BusinessWire

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July 1, 2010

MSpot Free Audio Streaming


MSpot is the latest in unlimited, free streaming for your PC, Mac or Android phone. After downloading the jukebox interface, you can specify folders or albums to store your tunes or connect with an existing library. The service is compatible with IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. What's the catch? You only get 2GB of storage, although MSpot compresses tracks. Larger amounts are available beginning at $2.99 a month.

Via MSpot

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June 28, 2010

Marantz's Latest CD Player and Integrated Amp


Marantz has unveiled their latest CD Player and Integrated Amplifier. The CD 5004 has a range of 100dB, a frequency Response of 2Hz - 20000Hz and RCA, digital and coaxial outputs.


The PM5004 has a 40 W output per channel, a frequency response of 10Hz - 50kHz, a S/N ratio of 103dB and two speaker outputs. Look for them to debut in July.

Via Marantz (translated)

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June 24, 2010

Viewsonic HD Media Player


Viewsonic, the company that usually concentrates on LCD screens, has come up with its own HD media player.
displays videos, music and photos from storage devices. It can also stream Netflix and access content from YouTube, Flickr, ShoutCast and other online sites. With support of Dolby and DTS, you can connect the media player to your A/V system.

Via Viewsonic

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June 23, 2010

Quisple Desktop Media Player


Register on their site and Quisple will provide you with a free, handy desktop media player that will stream from the Interweb. You simply enter an artist name and track, and your wish is automatically granted. The site also encourages playlist sharing and social networking.

Via Quispie

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