Hand made using various types of woods, the Koostik works like the body of an acoustic guitar, amplifying the volume of an iPhone’s speakers by about two to four times, no plug or battery needed.
The Beosound 8’s conical speakers not only make it appear slim, they also enhance sound quality. Most Apple mobile devices fit into its dock, and it also has USB and auxiliary-in connections.
The crazy-expensive Trio Classico sounds as sweet as it looks, thanks its high-impedance voice coil. The satellites handle frequencies from 100 to 20,000Hz, while the sub does 18 to 350Hz.
From the maker of the Jawbone Icon comes the Jambox, a wireless speaker/speakerphone. Its dual acoustic speakers have a maximum output of 85dB, while its battery lasts up to 10 hours.
TON makes speakers that provide ambient lighting, and are organic and pricey. The Floating Buddha is no different. Most of it is covered in or lacquered with gold leaf. Four 60w speakers hide inside.
Mr. Simo turns vintage suitcases into boomboxes. They’re hella stylish and each piece is hand crafted and unique. BoomCases can be fitted with a rechargeable battery for added portability.
Looking for a way to really bother the neighbors? Say goodbye to tinny outdoor speakers, and hello to SpeakerCraft’s BoomTomb, with its 250-watt amp and subwoofer you bury underground.
A wireless speaker with a 50W bass and two 25W tweeter/midrange drivers. Just plug in the USB transmitter to your PC or the bundled 30-pin connector to an iOS device and you’re good to go.
We’re not sure that this miniscule amplifier will really put out much power, but it’s still nifty to have a tiny little Marshall stack along with your car keys, no? Grab a bunch and look extra cool.
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.
The Z506 provides surround sound for your PC, mp3 player, TV or game console at a great price point. $100 gets you a 75-watt (RMS) system with multiple inputs and a dedicated bass control.
Dig up your favorite old CDs and take them for a spin on Muji’s minimalist player. Just pull the string to play music, and pull it again to stop. The volume and search controls are on the player itself.
Grace Digital’s Eco Extreme Speaker Case is compatible with most cell phones and MP3 players. It has a rubberized water, sand, and shock proof outer casing and 3â€ full range front firing speaker.
Skullcandy and Roc Nation have announced their hot foldable Aviator Headphone collaboration, due in June. Features include 40mm full-range mylar driver, memory foam ear cushions and plush case.
The helmet-mounted Tunebug Shake creates a wireless surround sound experience so that bikers, skateboarders and skiers can enjoy their favorite music and still be aware of their surroundings.
Gradient’s $6500 Helsinki 1.5 is specifically made for smaller spaces. The wave guides for the midrange and tweeter and open baffle woofer allow for flat response within 1dB from 200Hz – 20kHz.
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.
It’s not often we’re blown away by iPod/MP3 player speakers, but thodio’s A-BOX is a repurposed ammo box; the top of the line model packs 2×70 watt amps and woven kevlar speakers.
Available 2/2010, Bowers & Wilkins’ 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers are truly “hard”-core: they feature quad-magnet diamond dome tweeters that improve dynamic range.
Olive+THIEL’s HD Music System hits high-end wallets with the Olive 4+ 2TB music-over-IP server, self-powered THIEL SCS4 200W speakers, and iPhone/iPod Touch remote app.
Bring the boom to your boxers with Logitech’s Speaker Lapdesk N700; it’s a quirky combination of ergonomic, air-cooled comfort and integrated stereo speakers for your laptop.
LipsonRobotics’ Speaker Bot will crush lesser docks with ease; this one-of-a-kind robot is made from reclaimed parts and packs a speaker in its torso and iPod Dock in its base.
Magico’s Ultimate II speakers are impossible to miss, visually or aurally: the 5-way horn-loaded system stands 7.5 feet tall, weighs 800 lbs, and sports woofers with 2000 watt amps.
Pass Labs’ new X260.5 is a 260-watt mono-block amplifier in a manageable size; the high power A/B amplifier features Super-Symmetry topology, which reduces distortion and noise 100x.
We’re still hurting over the $80 price tag, but Twelve South’s BassJump is undeniably sexy; it’s a USB-powered subwoofer that adds midrange and bass to your MacBook’s speakers.
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