January 11, 2010

Klipsch LightSpeakers

How clever of Klipsch to combine LED lighting and speakers into the same gadget. The LightSpeakers fit into both 5 and 6" fixtures and can be dimmed like other bulbs. The kit comes with a transmitter that can send audio wirelessly to up to 8 bulbs in 2 separate zones and the company claims that each will last for 40,000 hours. Each kit contains two speakers, remote, transmitter and cables. Pre-order at a price of $599.99, $249.99 for additional speakers.

Via Klipsch

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December 23, 2009

Novero Unveils Weirdly Named Accessories


You have to take away points from Novero, maker of TheFirstOne Bluetooth Headset, for releasing some cell phone accessories with the silliest of names. The TrulyOne (shown here) is a Bluetooth car kit with remote and LCD display, the TrustyOne is a hands-free Bluetooth kit, the TalkyOne is a speakerphone. The TravelOne is a microUSB wall charger and the CarOnecharger works from your cagarette lighter. All will be on display at the next CES and available for purchase soon thereafter.

Via Novero

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September 17, 2009

Talk to The Hand


Using the gesture "call me" with fingers has inspired the Argentinian design team BCK. Color Rings, a speaker and mic combo, can be worn on thumb and pinkie. The prototype is wireless, has sensors and answers incoming calls by finger manipulation. Hanging up is as simple as making a fist.


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August 25, 2009

Sony + Best Buy = Altus Line


Sony and Best Buy have joined forces in a new Altus product line. Included will be a Blu-ray Home Theater System with wireless surround speakers. It also houses an iPod cradle, can connect with other PMPs and will carry a price starting at $799.00. Other products include wireless PC audio systems, iPod docking systems and a plug and play speaker system. You can pre-order now or find them soon at Best Buy, Sony Style stores and other retailers.

Via Sony Style

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August 6, 2009

Audio-Technica Wireless Speaker


Audio-Technica's Wireless Speaker can be attached to your television to extend the range of your audio. The AT-SP700TV can reach as far as 25m with its 2x1W of power without anyone tripping over a cord, not to mention the fact that you can still hear the game while making those nachos during halftime.

Via Akihabara News

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June 9, 2009

BlueAnt Voice Command Speaker


Don't get stuck with a ticket when you can utilize the BlueAnt S1 Speaker hands free. Attach to your visor and it responds to voice commands. The S1 can also dial 2 synced phones that have voice dial. Either phone user can make calls through the wireless device and if an incoming call is found, it automatically transfers to speakerphone. The S1 can stream A2DP music, has a design that cuts back on exterior and engine noise, works up to 10 meters away from your phone and gives 15 hours talk time before needing a charge.

Via BlueAnt

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May 15, 2009

Kito Mini-Projector Prototype


The Kito Mini Projector may look like an alien, but the prototype, designed by David Magnier, is a media viewing system that is battery powered. The LED projector can be connected to laptops, PMPs, game systems and digital cameras. Incorporated in the concept is a detachable remote with headphone jack, two wireless speakers and a washable beanbag base.

Via David Magnier

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March 24, 2009

Motorola and Sony Wireless Round Speakers


Motorola has released their T325 Bluetooth speaker that can also be used as a hands-free car system. There are not many details known although it is assumed that it is compatible with any Bluetooth Moto phone with A2DP. It certainly looks similar to Sony Ericsson's Outdoor Wireless Speaker MS500 with 2W output. Sony's device works to within 10m of your cell phone and 2 AA batteries provide 5 hours of tunes. Round must be in.

Via Unwired

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January 28, 2009

Think Cisco Linksys System or Upgrade


Now that electronics are becoming more affordable, think about setting up your tunes with more than just your iPod and mini-speaker or video on more than your old TV. Cisco's Linksys has always provided quality products. Here are some of latest wireless Linksys wireless gadgets for those who have basic systems or newbies to the brand.

A good sound system can cost you thousands, but the
Linksys Home Audio Executive Kit
is an inexpensive alternative. The kit comes with one wireless Director, an IR remote and a set of speakers. Simple to install, it is compatible with your Wireless-N router. We think you will get so hooked that you will have tunes in every room in your house (including the bathroom!) The basic system is $549.99 with free shipping included.

Out this week is the
Home Audio Docking Station
for iPods and MP3 players. At a size of 5 x 8.9 x 1.3" and a weight of 8 oz., the system connects by DMC250 Director in your existing Cisco home system. Included are adapters for several different iPods. The station is available for only $79.99.

Also unveiled this week is the truly cool wireless N Home Audio Music Player Extender. Hook it up to your existing stereo, home theater receiver, or surround sound system and your entire family can get access your own tunes or millions of those on the Internet. It includes an IR remote or you can order a
for remote access in another room. At a price of $299.99, think about your teens' happiness when you bring this one home.

Now available for pre-order is the
Linksys Stereo Speaker Kit
. These bookshelf speakers can up your stereo to surround sound or simply improve on your current ones. They have 3/4" neodymium silk tweeters and 4" high-Gauss woofers. Add to that tuned ports and gold-plated terminals and a price of $149.99 for the pair.

Of course, the best recommendations come from those who already have, so if you are one of those who own a Cisco Linksys System, we would appreciate your input!

Via Cisco Linksys Wireless

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September 11, 2008

IOGEAR Announces the Powerline Whole House Audio System


Just in case you don't have enough electronic devices sucking up all of the power in your house, you might want to check out the Powerline Whole House Audio System. According to Blastmagazine.com:

The Powerline Stereo Audio System uses existing electrical lines within the home to stream music to any room, creating a full-house multimedia network without the need for expensive audio cable installation," the companies said in a statement. "Arkados' HomePlug powerline technology and its Direct-to-Speaker software provide reliable connectivity and the highest quality digital sound from the audio source to the speakers for the system."

We're really interested in the quality of audio over power lines. If you've used this system, let us know what you think and in the meantime we'll work on getting a review unit.

At BlastMagazine.com

Powerline Whole House Audio System at Amazon

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