In its retro clamshell case, this portable 2.1 sound system has Bluetooth wireless support. Features Geneva’s trademark behind-the-grille LED, displaying alarm clock and FM stations.
Is it the plethora of colors on these UrbanEars headphones or the gorgeous photography showcasing the newest hues in the collection that’s more compelling? Either way, they look pretty cool.
Davone’s Ray, a gorgeous homage to Charles and Ray Eames, has a slender stand and bent-ply walnut cabinet, enabling it to fit in both traditional and modern home environments. (Thanks Ryan!)
If you like to kick it in old school (or should we say old republic), you could try strapping a pair of these Rebel Alliance folding headphones on to show your support for the cause. (Thanks Alex!)
Stylish DJs who want a little flash while mixing beats might like these gold colored HDJ-1000 headphones from Pioneer; they’ve got a frequency range of 5Hz to 30kHz and impendance of 36Î©.
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.
The Pnoe fiberglass horn speakers from Arcadian Audio have a distinctive round back loaded horn design. They use an AER MD3B driver, are 100 db sensitive and have 16 Ohms impedance.
Offered in 6 colors, the Megapod speaker from Scandyna follows in the aesthetic footsteps of their Minipod with its dynamic, organic shape and a subwoofer that offers deep bass.