Posts Tagged ‘ Speakers ’

Waterfall Audio Glass Speakers


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The stunning looks of the Waterfall Audio speakers might make you think that these spectacular beauties would cost a fortune, but to my surprise, they are not that expensive. These speakers are made of some special glass that gives us a feeling that the drivers are just floating in the air. Continue reading

Perfect8 Interduces The Force Center LoudSpeaker


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Fill your senses with the intense presense, flowing emotions, and explosive impact of a gut wrenching movie experience unlike anything you have ever felt. Visually seduced by the fantasic scene set by a full multi channel glass and gold surround system, great expectations are created. The result is never disapointement, only stunned silence or disbelief.
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Sputnik Subwoofer From Everything But The Box

 

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Everything But The Box (EBTB) has released two new hanging speakers to compliment their current lineup. The Sputnik 12S (pictured above) is a 12″ passive subwoofer capable of handling 1,000 watts of continuous power and can either be hung from the ceiling or rested on a leather pad. This subwoofer is designed specifically for bars and restaurants, hence the suspension design. The Venus suspended loudspeaker is also new, and features a woofer and tweeter housed in an orb.

U27 Conical MP3 Player and Speakers Look Like a Warhead


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The U27, with its neat military name, looks like something scary that Jack Bauer would defuse heroically whilst US citizens sweated in front of their tellies*. Luckily for us, it is not, or mass destruction of the world’s population would be just an “Add To Basket” click away. The U27 is actually an MP3 player with built-in speakers that costs just $89.99. Considering that they throw in a Toshiba 1GB SD card at no extra cost, it’s a bit of a bargain, really. [Deal Extreme via Shiny Shiny]

“Sphericals” project takes DIY speakers to eye-catching new levels

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While the idea of DIY speakers may not strike most folks as the type of thing they’d want to show off in their living room, the so-called “Sphericals” project from Parts Express puts as much emphasis on form as on function, and should at least appeal to those with more adventuresome taste. Continue reading