Sonos has introduced a new wireless Hi-Fi system, the Sonos 3 which allows you to stream from pre-loaded internet radio stations for free, your own music as well as all the popular apps like Spotify, Pandora, Last.fm etc. The speaker”uses 3 state-of the-art digital amplifiers individually coupled with 3 speakers” to create an optimal sound experience. You could easily place a few of these around your apartment or house to create a great listening experience.[ Read More → ]
Noise cancelling headphones with leather ear cups from Klipsch that will give you 45 hours noise-free on one battery. Also features 40mm woofer provides deep bass and dynamic midrange with active crossover, 15mm tweeter brings crisp, clean highs, 2 detachable Hi-Fi inspired cables fit any device with a 3.5 mm headphone jack. These will set you back $350. Available here.[ Read More → ]
Mankind takes another step forward into the future we have been waiting for (hoverbikes!) with 720p HD Video recording via sunglasses. These will likely bring more clutter to YouTube, but hopefully reduce the annoying folks holding up their iPhones during concerts. The glasses developed by ZionEyez are available for $149.99 for a limited time through their Kickstarter page (which has WELL surpassed their goal). They also feature removable lenses so you can change between clear and tinted.[ Read More → ]
Finally, your prayers of being able to look at Mike D every time you look at your wrist have been answered. (unless you have some really creepy tattoo of Mike D on your hand) Nixon has teamed up with the Beasties, in particular Mike D to great the Time Teller in 4 different colorways. Each watch features the inscription, “I accept this award on behalf of the band”.[ Read More → ]
Nixon is now making their way into the speaker market with “The Block” and “The TPS”. The block boasts 2 USB powered speakers that fold up into a square after use, while the TPS is a small speaker that fits in your pocket on the go. So expect some dude blaring one of these on the subway soon. Both retail for $80.[ Read More → ]
These oversized yet sleek headphones from Nixon look like aces and have some nice features like gel filled ear cushions, iphone compatible remote cabe and robust articulating joints. These come in three colorways and will set you back 2 hundo.[ Read More → ]
These sleek looking speakers from Philips will find their way into fancy condos in May 2011 boasting ipod and iphone docks, wi-fi and Apple Airplay support allowing you to play your music from device of choice throughout your place. The speakers merge two of Philips most popular lines the Fidelio (docking speakers) and SoundSphere technology which features exceptional sound quality.
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Oxygen Audio’s O’Car looks like a worthy update from my car’s cassette deck. The player has a rotating mount that lets you strap your iPhone to make use of the iPod feature as well as apps streaming radio apps like Last.fm and Pandora. Also nice for using your phone as a GPS system instead of holding it in your hands and crashing into things.[ Read More → ]
This neat little synth would be the perfect addition to your new glo-fi chipwichhouse wave band. It features 6 modes including Vibrato Synth, Harmonic Sweeper, Two-Octave Arpeggiator, Octave Cascade, Mono FM Synth and FM Arpeggiator. Check out a demo video and more photos below.
You can buy it for $175 over at Critter and Guitari though they are currently on backorder. More photos below.[ Read More → ]
Marshall has announced an ear-bud addition to their upcoming headphone line. The ear-bud’s dubbed “The Minor” use a patented technology called EarClick which allows the buds to remain secure in your ear via a cable clip and anti-tangle fabric cord. The Minor also features size-pads to fit all ear sizes and a microphone and remote control for mobile phone and music players. Look out for these to be released on November 15th.[ Read More → ]
Panasonic announced that they are discontinuing Technics turntables. Looks that even though vinyl sales are up, turntable sales are not.
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Panasonic decided to end production mainly due to a decline in demand for these analog products and also the growing difficulty of procuring key analog components necessary to sustain production.