These aren't just cool looking speakers. They're cool looking ultrasonic speakers. The reason you want ultrasonic speakers is that they project focused sound in one single direction, creating audio that only you can hear.
There are two suave ways to blast music on the go: carry a modern boombox or sling on a DSLR speaker over your shoulder. Yup, this baby is isn't a real camera, but a MP3 player and speaker in disguise.
True tech classics never die as exampled by TDK's new Three Speaker Boombox, a slick mutation of an old school favorite.
As machines continue to take over our cities, one way to drown out the perpetual din of gears and beeps would be to employ a tech-versus-tech strategy with these slickly designed concept Kill Noise earplugs.
Imagine the next time you're watching the the Lakers vs. Celtics game and you can hear every little conversation that Kobe Bryant has with Ray Allen. The AudioScope, developed by physicists Morgan Kjølerbakken and Vibeke Jahr, can make that happen.
This year's winners of the most ridiculously priced speakers is a tie: the four-way "absolute reference" Focal 3 Grande Utopia EM at $180,000 a pair, and the slightly more ostentatious KEF Muon (pictured above) at… drum roll, please, for the tote board change… $198,000 a pair!
So you want to stream music from your computer to another room. Congratulations, you've realized what century this is. First, you're going to need some kind of wireless receiver in that room. You could get an unnecessarily expensive system like the Sonos, or go with a cheap and easy streamer like this Orb, just $69. But, yep, there's a catch.
When thinking about a "glass speaker," you probably conjure up images of it being see-through so that you can see all the equipment inside. Well, this isn't like that. The glass on these speakers play a big part in producing 360° of sound.
The Crosley CR6002A portable record player, AKA the Revolution, is a little confusing at first. Portable records? The idea of walking around with it while scratching some vinyl doesn't really jive — with an unprotected record to boot — but...
Here in the Western Hemisphere we tend to think of Indian saris in very traditional terms, so the idea of making one that incorporates high tech seems pretty alien. The Swaramadhuri Singing Silk Sari should dispel that notion, as it...