She’ll be happy to drown out the painful sound of your shower singing with this blue-tooth powered showerhead speaker. And if you persist after the water is off, she’ll remind you that you can remove the speaker from the head and place it on the vanity while you sing and shave.
If speakers encased in shiny, black plastic boxes or polyvinyl orbs aren’t really doing it for you, maybe you should get some Jacks. Constructed using light, high density concrete and a turned hardwood stand, the design is not just unique; it’s also functional. Concrete projects sound while reducing vibration for truer tone.
With a clean, minimalist design combining smooth curves & straight lines, this 2.0 speaker system from Edifier features 2 independently amped 36w speakers that deliver a wide dynamic range and holiday party-worthy bass via 2 supplementary passive radiators.
A sculptural shape rendered in metal and rich, grainy walnut wood makes this high-quality 150-watt speaker dock console look as good as it sounds. With built-in AirPlay & Android wireless streaming capabilities plus NetLink, Line-in, and a USB port, you can run pretty much any device you’ve got through this handsome little devil.
Don’t be confused, this is not an Apple product, it’s a McIntosh. The iconic audio brand has just released this new music system featuring Apple Airplay streaming technology plus Wi-fi & ethernet connection. The American-made McAire system features old school blue output meters, and small but powerful 4-speaker full-range sound.
It doesn’t get much easier than a wireless speaker you just plug into an outlet to bring sound into any room. And it’s not just any sound, it’s JBL. A compact and sleek design, the SoundFly comes in 2 models, one with Bluetooth and the other equipped with Airplay & Wi-fi.
Known as a connoisseur of The Chronic, Dr. Dre is now pushing pills. The Beats by Dre Pill is a compact, portable bluetooth speaker, that like all Dre’s products, is heavy on the bass. And when its not thumping beats, you can use it as a speaker for phone calls.
If for some odd reason you tried to tote this ceramic subwoofer in your carry-on luggage, you’d most likely be detained by anxious TSA-holes. But what looks like a science fair attempt at bomb building is actually a high-quality handmade bass unit powered by dual drivers that pumps out lows down to 40Hz.
Bang & Olufsen could probably make a great satellite dish but they didn’t. This is the BeoPlay A9, a 480-watt 3-way speaker system that uses wi-fi, AirPlay, and DLNA networking to pump out high quality audio. Wireless streaming is backed up by USB & Aux ports for plugging in devices of all kinds. If you don’t like the legs, the A9 also mounts to the wall.
Pioneering British audio brand Bowers & Wilkins has been producing world-class loudspeakers for recording studios and ardent audiophiles for nearly 50 years. Their new wireless home speaker systems, available in two sizes, continue the superior sound tradition while offering features like wireless audio hook-ups compatible with the latest Apple devices.