Wireless Music

July 23, 2012

Sony Releases New Walkman Line

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Sony is covering all its bases with its new F800 Walkman. Powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, it comes with pre-installed apps for GPS, email usage and media listening/viewing. With a 3.5" display, it is both WiFi and Bluetooth compatible and comes with earbuds at a starting price of $264.00.

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The more affordable E470 is the slimmest Walkman yet at a mere 7mm thick. It features a 2" display, runs on Android, and comes with karaoke mode with lyrics as well as pre-installed games. Prices start at $79.00.

Via Sony

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September 8, 2011

Music Lites, Tunes in a Bulb

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Want music without the complicated wiring? MusicLites is a cooperative effort from Artison and Sylvania that consists of a standard socket 10W LED light. Inside is Hi-Fi loudspeaker that wirelessly works via transmitter connected to a receiver, PC, smartphone or digital audio player. On top of the tunes, you get a 65W bulb to boot. Contact the company to find price and availability in your area.

Via MusicLites

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August 26, 2010

View Quest Diminutive Internet Radio

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Claiming to be the world's smallest portable Internet radio, View Quest's 72.9 x 125.1 x 23.1mm WIFI200 gives you access to 12,000 stations and over 7,000 podcasts. The mini radio has a 1.8" LED display, Li-Ion Polymer battery good for 15 hours on a full charge and a scroll wheel for tuning. Connection to your wireless network is simple and the price £79.99 (~$118.)

Via View Quest

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July 28, 2010

Marantz Top 'O The Line Audio Player

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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 23, 2010

iHome Clock Radio/Dock is App Enabled

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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.

Via iHome

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May 12, 2010

Sony Dash - Movies, Music, 1,000 Apps

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The Sony Dash utilizes WiFi and more than 1,000 free applications to provide movies, music, games, traffic, weather and more without the use of a PC. The personal Internet viewer gives access to Internet radio and MP3s with built-in speakers or headphone jack. Check out videos and photos via USB or use it as a social networking tool. The Dash comes equipped with a clock so you can wake up to apps, alarm sounds or music.

Via Sony Style

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April 23, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Allegro Portable Internet Radio

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Grace Digital's latest product is the Allegro Wireless Radio and Streamer. The portable radio supports Pandora, SIRIUS, NPR, BBC, CNN and over 17,000 stations. It has its own recharging unit, AC adapter or can run on regular batteries. With 10 station presets and up to 100 saved favorites, it also has a class D digital amp and rear full range speaker.

Via Grace

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April 21, 2010

uPlay Connects Wirelessly

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The QED Live uPlay Bluetooth Receiver was made for iPod, iPhone, PDAs, laptops and other Bluetooth enabled electronics. The Puck wirelessly connects to your audio system, amp or home theater with a range of 5 - 10m, as long as it doesn't need to go through walls. Connect the transmitter to your Bluetooth device and the receiver to the audio source for a simplified connection. The device has yet to hit the states and no price has been released as yet.

Via QED

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April 6, 2010

Kisai Escape C Wireless Connection

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Tokyoflash, home of the unique timepieces, has expanded its line and its newest accessory is the Kisai Escape C. The wireless gadget can connect to your cell phone for hands free calls, can connect with your MP3 player and play music, and acts as a VoIP connection for Skype or IM applications. The Escape has volume control, displays time and comes at a price of $105.53.

Via Tokyoflash

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March 19, 2010

Freakin' Friday! iHome IConnect Combo

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The iHome IConnect Media Keyboard and Wireless Mouse Combo allows you to dock your iPhone or iPod and transfer music, video and photos. Touch sensitive media keys shuffle your playlist and control your media. The keyboard has 2 rotating USB 2.0 ports for easy access to other electronics.

Via iHome

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February 15, 2010

Sony A/V Receiver Uses Bluetooth/WiFi

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Sony has devised a new A/V system. Instead of using Ethernet, the 7.1 channel STR-DN1000 can utilize either Bluetooth or WiFi adapter and wireless speakers or optional transmitter card. Compatible with Blu-ray disc players, PlayStation 3 and other sources, it has 7 HD inputs, 4 of them with "Active Intelligence." Being able to bypass your PC for less $400.00 makes the receiver an even better deal.

Via Sony STR-DN1000 Receiver

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January 4, 2010

Blue Ant Interphone Motorcycle Kit

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Good news for bikers as Blue Ant has released the stereo F4 Interphone Motorcycle Kit. With it you can talk wirelessly on your cell phone, hear turn by turn GPS direction, listen to tunes from any Bluetooth A2DP profile supported device and talk to another rider by intercom within 1640 ft. Water-resistant and windproof, the Interphone can be used at speeds at up to 110 mph, provided your chopper isn't too loud. (Helmet not included.)

Via My Blue Ant

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November 12, 2009

Klipsch Promedia Speaker System Goes Wireless

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Klipsch now has a 2.4 GHz wireless speaker system for your PC. The ProMedia 2.1 Speakers issue the same sound as the original with plug and play by USB. You can even control your iTunes if you have Apple's Remote Application. The best part is that The bad news is that the subwoofer still needs plugging in and the speakers connect to it by wires, but the good news is that sounds stream up to 30 ft. away.

Via Klipsch

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November 11, 2009

Revo Heritage Table Radio

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The Heritage is Revo's contemporary digital version of a 60s European table radio. In addition to offering coverage of DAB, DAB+, FM and Wi-Fi Internet radio, it wirelessly streams audio and acts as a dock for your iPod. Made of walnut veneer and aluminum, the Heritage has a 7W amp, an OLED display and joystick control. Preorder yours for £229.95 (~$375.00.)

Via Revo

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