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Ion Jukebox Dock For Apple’s iPad

by Johan on February 14, 2012

ION Jukebox

If you like old-fashioned gadgets, then check out the Ion Jukebox Dock. It is actually a tabletop speaker dock for Apple’s iPad with an eye-catching design, a multicolored neon trim, a classic woodgrain finish and built-in stereo speakers. There is also a 1/8-inch input to connect other gadgets such as Apple’s iPhone or iPod. The Ion Jukebox Dock also charges the iPad while you listen to your favorite music. Ion Audio will release the Jukebox Dock in May 2012 for $99 (small model) or for $249 (large model). [Ion Audio via Ubergizmo]

Bowers & Wilkins MT-50 And MT-60D Mini Home Theater Systems

Bowers & Wilkins today introduced two new mini home theater systems in the form of the MT-50 and MT-60D. The MT-50 consists of five M-1 satellites and the MT-25?s ASW608 subwoofer, while the MT-60D consists of five M-1 satellites and a PV1D subwoofer. You can also purchase the additional M-1 satellite speaker for £150 ($235) each, while MT-25?s ASW608 subwoofer retails for £349 ($548). The PV1D subwoofer is priced at £1,200 ($1,884). There is also a floor stand for the M-1 satellite speaker that retails for £100 ($157) each. The Bowers & Wilkins MT-50 and MT-60D mini home theater systems are priced at £1,100 ($1,727) and £1,950 ($3,063), respectively. [Tech Digest]

Philips DS6100 Speaker Dock For iOS Devices

by Johan on February 11, 2012

Philips DS6100 Speaker Dock For iOS Devices

Philips has unveiled the new DS6100 speaker dock for Apple’s iPad, iPhone or iPod. Made out of aluminum, the speaker consists of a pair of Neodymium drivers, producing a total output power of 20W. The Philips DS6100 also provides an AUX-in port, so you can connect this speaker to non-iOS gadgets. Philips will launch the DS6100 speaker dock in May 2012 for $179.99. [Ubergizmo]

Onkyo GX-W100HV Speaker

by Johan on February 9, 2012

Onkyo GX-W100HV Speaker

If you are looking for a new speaker, then check out the Onkyo GX-W100HV bookshelf speaker. What makes this speaker special is that it supports DLNA. The Onkyo GX-W100HV speaker uses 802.11 b/g/n WiFi with WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) to connect to your wireless router. When the speakers are connected to your router, gadgets and devices that are DLNA capable should be able to find the speakers and connect to them. The speaker consists of a 12cm A-OMF woofer and a 3cm tweeter, producing 15 Watts per channel. Other specs include optical and analog inputs. The Onkyo GX-W100HV speaker will be launched on February 18th, 2012 for 40,000 Yen or around $520. [Kakaku]

JMC Soundboard Speaker

by Johan on January 30, 2012

JMC Soundboard Speaker

If you are looking for a high quality speaker, then check out the JMC Soundboard. Measuring 89cm x 89cm x 21cm and weighing 12Kg, the speaker produces a frequency range of 25Hz-25,000Hz with an impedance of 8 Ohms and a power output of 2 x 80 Watts. The JMC Soundboard speaker is priced at $6,530. [Product Page]

Klipsch Stadium Speaker

by Johan on January 23, 2012

Klipsch Stadium Speaker

The Klipsch Stadium is a new 2.1 speaker that adopts Apple’s AirPlay technology. It is able to stream high-quality audio directly from any iPod, iPhone or iPad without wires. The speaker consists of two 1-inch horn-loaded tweeters, two 3-inch midrange woofers and two 5.25-inch subwoofers that deliver excellent sound quality. Klipsch will launch the Stadium Airplay-compatible 2.1 speaker in Fall 2012. [Klipsch]

Meridian M6 Digital Active Loudpeaker

by Johan on January 11, 2012

Meridian M6 Digital Active Loudpeaker

Meridian has unveiled its new M6 digital active loudspeaker at the International CES 2012. Constructed from a specially-developed barium-doped resin, the M6 features a specially tuned porting system and downwards-facing bass drivers that extend the loudspeaker’s low-frequency performance. The company will launch the M6 digital active loudspeaker in February 2012 for $9,000 a pair. [eCoustics]

Harman Kardon SB 30 5.1-channel Surround Sound Soundbar System

The Harman Kardon SB 30 soundbar produces a 5.1-surround sound through a triple-core digital signal processing (DSP) array. The soundbar consists of 13 transducers, six 2-inch woofers, seven 1-inch tweeters and 11 amplifier channels. There is also a compact wireless down-firing subwoofer that enables the Harman Kardon SB 30 to produce a more realistic sound. The soundbar also provides two listening mode such as the virtual and wave. The virtual mode enables you to enhance your two-channel stereo sources by creating rear-ambiance, while the wave mode uses transducers to improve the acoustics in larger rooms. The Harman Kardon SB 30 retails for $799. [ipodnn]

Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air Airplay Speaker Shipped

by Johan on December 18, 2011

Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air Airplay Speaker Shipped

Klipsch has finally launched the Gallery G-17 Air Airplay speaker. The Apple Airplay technology allows you to wirelessly stream music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to the speaker. The Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air Airplay speaker features two 10W RMS Tractrix Horn tweeters, two 2.5-inch 20W RMS long-throw woofers, a built-in Wi-Fi, an included stand, a USB 2.0 port, a 3.5mm audio jack and a pair of keyholes for wall mounting. The Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air Airplay speaker retails for $549.99 a pop. [Slashgear]

Hidden Radio And BlueTooth Speaker

by Johan on December 13, 2011

Hidden Radio And BlueTooth Speaker

The HiddenRadio and Bluetooth Speaker is compatible with iPhone, iPad or any Bluetooth-enabled gadgets. It has a built-in AM/FM radio and a 3.5mm audio input plug that lets you to plug-in any device without Bluetooth functionality. Its rechargeable battery provides enough juice for up to 30-hour of streaming music. [Kickstarter]