Posts Tagged ‘Speaker’

Jabra Solemate Max Review: The Sneaker Speaker Balloons To Basketball Player Proportions

IMG_0023 Jabra, like Jawbone, used to make Bluetooth headsets back when those were all the rage. Their popularity never extended beyond the ranks of particularly annoying real estate agents and I guess “rainmakers” in various fields, however, and so Jawbone, and later Jabra, turned their Bluetooth expertise to another task: making speakers. Jabra’s Solemate line now has an entry in the… Read More

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Jabra Solemate Max Review: The Sneaker Speaker Balloons To Basketball Player Proportions

IMG_0023 Jabra, like Jawbone, used to make Bluetooth headsets back when those were all the rage. Their popularity never extended beyond the ranks of particularly annoying real estate agents and I guess “rainmakers” in various fields, however, and so Jawbone, and later Jabra, turned their Bluetooth expertise to another task: making speakers. Jabra’s Solemate line now has an entry in the… Read More

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Jabra Solemate Max Review: The Sneaker Speaker Balloons To Basketball Player Proportions

IMG_0023 Jabra, like Jawbone, used to make Bluetooth headsets back when those were all the rage. Their popularity never extended beyond the ranks of particularly annoying real estate agents and I guess “rainmakers” in various fields, however, and so Jawbone, and later Jabra, turned their Bluetooth expertise to another task: making speakers. Jabra’s Solemate line now has an entry in the… Read More

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Jabra Solemate Max Review: The Sneaker Speaker Balloons To Basketball Player Proportions

IMG_0023 Jabra, like Jawbone, used to make Bluetooth headsets back when those were all the rage. Their popularity never extended beyond the ranks of particularly annoying real estate agents and I guess “rainmakers” in various fields, however, and so Jawbone, and later Jabra, turned their Bluetooth expertise to another task: making speakers. Jabra’s Solemate line now has an entry in the… Read More

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Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

Logitech S715i Portable 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

  • Plays and charges your iPod and iPhone
  • Powerful balanced sound from eight custom-tuned speaker drivers
  • Portable design, travel case and rechargeable battery for up to eight straight hours of music wherever you go
  • Wireless remote lets you control music functions from up to 30 feet away
  • Trayless dock works with iPhone and any iPod works with all iPhone and iPod models that use the original 30-pin dock connector. It does not support the newest iPhone and iPod models that use a Lightning Connector

Looks like a beauty. Sounds like a beast. With its compact design, travel case and rechargeable battery, this high-fidelity speaker lets you play up to 8 straight hours of music wherever you go.With the Apple seal of approval, you have the ultimate assurance that your speaker will work flawlessly with iPod and iPhone.Take your music anywhere-your included travel case holds the compact speaker, A/C adapter and remote control.2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty.

List Price: $ 129.99

Price: $ 78.00

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Cone is a speaker that always plays the right song

What if you could turn on a speaker and instantly listen to the perfect song for that moment? That’s the idea behind Cone, a new web-connected music player that works like a radio of sorts — but only for the music you want to hear. The device works…

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Beats Pill XL review: Dr. Dre’s newest speaker is supersized and super loud

Back in 2012, Beats unveiled its diminutive Pill wireless speaker in a bid to steal the Jambox’s thunder. Since then, its main rival hasn’t exactly been standing still: Jawbone has released two more Bluetooth speakers, including the well-received Big…

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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