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Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Rice Krispies Amplifier Bowl

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal is best known for the “snap, crackle, pop” sounds it makes when swimming in milk. If you love that sound, but like things one louder, then check out this invention by Dominic Wilcox, which amplifies the sound for everyone to enjoy at the breakfast table.

Small Transparent Speaker

Small Transparent Speaker

A┬ámini version of People People’s Transparent Speaker. Unlike its big brother, the Small Transparent Speaker has built-in receivers for Bluetooth, Spotify Connect, AirPlay and Google Cast. It has two 2.5″ mid drivers, a 3″ passive bass radiator and an amp with built-in DSP.

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The ARC Plasma Speaker

The ARC Plasma Speaker

Plasma speakers are nothing new to science geeks, but the guys at ExcelPhysics are making them accessible to anyone. The kits reproduce sound by modulating a high voltage electrical arc. Just plug in your audio source, and zap away!

Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker

Harman Kardon Onyx Speaker

A distinctive portable audio system presented in a sculptural package. The Onyx offers 60 watts of power through four drivers, and wirelessly connects via Bluetooth, AirPlay or DLNA. Has NFC pairing, and runs on battery for up to 8 hours.

Philips SoundShooter Speaker

Philips SoundShooter Speaker

A rugged, portable bluetooth speaker with a grenade-like shape. Offers up to 8 hours of playback on a charge, and also acts a speakerphone. The built in carabiner is a nice touch. Available in black, orange, blue or green.

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