April 20, 2009

Sonos Adds iPhone Playability and More

Sonos has added some new features to its Multi-Room Music System. Create multiple alarms, set timers to turn off the tunes and playback DRM files, including those purchased from iTunes. The system now supports 6 more languages and computer free set-up. If you have an iPod or iPod touch and a home stereo, you can get Sonos on the ZP90 for a price of $349.00.

(Thanks, Thomas)

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April 17, 2009

Orb Audio's Customizable HT Express Pro


Orb Audio offers one of the best solutions for customizing a home theater. Choose from audio receivers from Yamaha and Denon, Blu-ray and DVD players and combine them with Orb's Speaker packages . The HT Express Pro can support 5, 6, or 7 surround speakers. Their Satellite Speakers come in metallic black gloss, pearl white, hand-polished steel, or hand antiqued copper or brass. Prices start at $1,139.99 and all HTs come with an iPod adaptor.

Via Orb Audio

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April 9, 2009

BFG Phobos Deluxe Media Server


The BFG Phobos Server is so technically correct that it is built by hand. The gaming/home theater system offers an interactive touchscreen LCD with multimedia control and system performance data, a water-cooled CPU, Nvidia GTX-series graphics card, your choice of Core i7 Processors and even an iPod/iPhone syncing dock. Choose from the $3,000.00 for the performance model, $5,000.00 for the advanced system or $8,000.00 for the elite.

Via Think Computers

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March 30, 2009

Zemote Turns iPhone Into Remote Control


Turn your iPhone or iPod touch 2.0 or higher into a wireless keyboard, touch pad and remote for your HTPC or desktop with Zemote from Zigzix. Utilizing your WiFi network, you simply have to install the receiver application, then it will automatically find your computer. Control your mouse with its motion sensor. Download Zemote at the App store for $3.99 if you have a PC with Windows XP/Vista.

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March 24, 2009

Optoma Pico Transforms iPhone Into Projector

The Optoma Pico can turn your iPod or iPhone into a projector. The 4.1" PK-101 can work as close as 8" or up to 8' away and still display sharp images. Shine it on a wall, a piece of furniture, a car seat or your cat (if he/she is dozing) and the image will still be true. The Pico only weighs 4 oz. and has a rechargeable battery life of 1.5 hours. Included in the $399.00 price are two batteries. Time liked it so well they made it one of their top ten gadgets of 2008.

Optoma Pico

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March 4, 2009

Panasonic Deluxe 5 Home Theater System


We do so dig hunting around for bargains. The
Panasonic SC-PT760 Deluxe 5 DVD Home Theater System
is a case in point. The DVD/CD home theater system comes with their Whisper-Mode Surround for super sound at low volumes. It handles up to 5 discs and comes with 1 center speaker, a Kelton subwoofer, 2 tallboys, and 2 surround speakers. Of course it features Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic and DTS decoders and has 1080p up-conversion to your HDTV. The SC-PT760 also has an integrated iPod dock/charger and Viera link display for control at a price of $314.70 with free shipping.

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February 26, 2009

URC PSX-2 Does More Than Your iPod Can


The Universal Remote Control's PSX-2 is more than your average dock. It has hundreds of IR codes that not only cover every one on your iPod or PMP, but has some that aren't, such as alpha searches and EQ command settings. Connect to a TV and get metadata like cover art, songs, album and artist. Shortcut keys have access to genres, playlists, music videos and podcasts and there are 12 different shuffle options. An HD video output means you can hook it up to your HDTV and it can sync with your computer on a home network. URC also has an optional wireless keypad and touchscreen that can be used en lieu of a television making your house even more connected. The PSX-2 will debut with a $399.00 price, high for a normal dock, but not so bad for a super-system.

Via Ubergizmo

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February 5, 2009

Dragon I iPod Dock - 4-in-One Speakers

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The Dragon I iPod dock works with iPod, iTouch, iPhone, iBook, Macbook and most MP3 players. The device features four 5W bendable speakers and this new and improved version has a 10W subwoofer. There is also a USB port, a 3.5mm input mini-jack, an FM tuner, an alarm clock so you can arise to tunes and a remote in case you wake up on the wrong side of the bed. The Dragon is available for €149,95 ($193.00.)

Via MegaGadgets

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January 29, 2009

VUDU Offers Free iPhone and iPod touch Applications


VUDU is at it again. To keep us all interested, they are now offering iPhone and iPod touch owners a free download for browsing selections. So instead of taking up your valuable weekend time, you can search, rent or buy your choices on your lunch hour, coffee break or while on the tram on the way home. The deal includes HDX titles 1080p for screens that are 40" or more at no extra charge.


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January 23, 2009

Polk miDock10 Perfect for Travel


Polk's miDock10 can handle almost all docking iPods. At a size of 6 x 14 x 4", the audio system has two 3.25" full range drivers, a headphone jack so others won't gripe about the noise and an auxiliary input to connect to other music sources such as an iPhone or iPod touch. Plug it into your USB port and you can sync to iTunes. Of course, it also recharges your iPod. Plug it in or use batteries (not included) for traveling with its carrying handle. The miDock 10 comes with three cradle adapters, a remote and AC adapter. Grab one now for $179.99.

By the way, Polk has two miDocks that they previously released. Their Studio Portable Audio System is available for only $49.95 and their mini-sized Portfolio Dock for iPod with a price of $55.00.

Via Polk Audio

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