A wooden blaster with a modern spin. Instead of cassette tapes, you can swap mods such as a USB port or a Bluetooth receiver. It has two 5.25″ woofers, two 1/2″ tweeters and a 50W amp.
Take your tunes traveling and start a party virtually anywhere with the Eco Terra, an mp3 player case with built-in speakers. It’s waterproof and will always float right side up when in water.
You won’t miss this bag rolling off the luggage belt at the airport. With a durable impact resistant shell, racing wheels and a TSA compliant lock, it’s ready to (rock and) roll. Measures appx. 21″ x 14″ x 8″.
It’s finally available! It has dual 6-in. drivers and a 6-in. subwoofer, USB and aux input, 3.5mm jack out, AM/FM, blending of audio from different inputs, and a volume knob that literally goes to 11.
TDK will release two sweet retro-futuristic blasters in 2011. Both speakers have USB, 3.5mm and RCA ports, touch-sensitive buttons and analog knobs. In addition, the three speaker model has a subwoofer.
It’s far from being comprehensive, but if you’re into music – especially hip hop – NPR’s short documentary about the origin and legacy of the attention-grabbing gadget is a fascinating watch.
This 80â€™s-style boombox fits iPod devices, lets you record from the FM tuner to MP3 and save directly to an SD card or USB. Bonus: â€œDâ€ batteries let you take it on the subway for a delightfully retro ride.