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Listen To Music in Style Using a Cool Transparent Speakers

Written on December 17, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The People People's Transparent Speakers is encased in glass panels

People People, a Swedish industrial design agency has created a stylish, transparent speakers. It was introduced a year ago and is currently seeking for funding in the website, Kickstarter.com.

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Behringer unveils $30K iPod Dock, iNuke Boom

Written on January 12, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Behringer unveils iNuke Boom, an 8x4 foot, 700lbs iPod dock that pumps out over 10,000 Watts of power.

German audio equipment manufacturer, Behringer unveiled what they call ‘the loudest iPod and iPhone dock you’ve ever heard’ at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The iNuke Boom, is said to be the biggest and most expensive iPod and iPhone dock. This massive 700 lbs dock measures 8-feet wide by 4-feet tall and can pump out up to 100,000 Watts of power.

Behringer’s iNuke Boom is available now with a whooping price tag of $300,000.

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JBL OnBeat Speaker Dock for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Written on March 30, 2011 by R. Cruise

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JBL introduces its first audio transducer for the iPad, iPod and iPhone -- the OnBeat speaker dock.

The OnBeat speaker dock features a universal connector that will let users dock their iPhone, iPad or iPod in both portrait and landscape modes — which, according to JBL, could come in handy for watching movies.

The JBL OnBeat is compatible with any device on Apple’s operating system, and manageable by the rotating the dock connector “which makes it possible to browse through playlists or watch videos”.

Also among the dock speakers’ features are the dual Phoenix full-range transducers with computer-optimized DSP equalization, an IR remote that will allow users to control the system functions and music navigation from across the room, and an AC power supply that keeps your devices charged when docked.

It also has an optional composite cable for TV connection. Available in black or white, the JBL OnBeat will be available on April from the Apple Store for $149.95.

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