Creating the simplest, most intuitive radio and Bluetooth speaker ever made wasn’t simple at all. It took five years of intense research and development. The result is a clean, compact design that boasts 30-hour battery life and 80decibels of room-filling sound.
Tascam makes professional audio gear. Their new iM2 plugs into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and turns it into a high-quality stereo recorder that you can take everywhere. Perform high-tech feats like capturing stereo sound while you film HD video on your phone. Or make a bootleg concert recording. It’s pocket-sized pro audio.
If you aim to pack light while still bringing along everything you need, you need versatile, multi-purpose gear. The Geneva Sound System XS is one such piece of equipment. It’s a compact Bluetooth-enabled FM radio, Alarm Clock, Speaker, and Amplifier all-in-one. Put it in your bag and get lost.
The eco-friendliest way to make stuff is to not make any stuff but we know that’s not happening. So we’ve got to hand it to the Marley brand for at least using eco-minded materials like FSC-certified wood and recycled aluminum in their headphones. By doing so our children and our children’s children might also be able to plug-in and jam out to the timeless sound of Bob Marley & The Wailers.
Portable speaker systems for your MP3 player or phone are a sure-fire way to liven up any situation. That is until they completely drain your battery of juice & the party’s over. The bluetooth-enabled Zephyr system comes in a variety of sizes but all of them allow you to charge your device off their battery so the party and your player can keep on keeping on. Source
Lots of portable iPod docks and speaker systems are focused on cute design instead of sound. Not this one from Yamaha. This thing is all speaker. With a 4-inch woofer for bass and a dedicated tweeter for crispy highs, this unit strikes the perfect balance between power and portability. Comes in 4 colors.
The makers of Boss Radios are dealing in ‘bent technology’ or ‘revitalized vintage.’ They take old, antique clock radios and convert them into plug-and-play digital music players. Re-fitted with new speakers, circuitry and a plug for your mp3 unit, they take your tunes back to the future.
Guys who have everything don’t need anything but they still want something. If you get these guys a thing they’ll actually use, you’ve solved one of the riddles of man. This high-tech radio could be the one. Get 15,000 Internet radio stations, wi-fi streaming, app-powered controls, video output, Last.fm connection; this thing plays pretty much everything. Who would settle for less? Source
You like minimalist design and quality sound? Well, then you probably already know about Bose. They have a new, compact wireless mobile speaker that lets you take high quality sound wherever you go. Maybe you also like minimalist reading too, so we’ll stop here.