Shopping Picks in Speakers
Showing results 1 - 20 of 27
If you’re gonna go the whole nine yards with an oversize TV, then you’ve got to invest in a sound system to truly get the full effect. I like the Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater System, a collection of high-tech pieces that offer theater-like sound, including four satellite speakers, a center channel speaker and one 200-watt powered subwoofer. It’s easy to set up, and works seamlessly any flat panel HDTV.
Who needs an expensive MP3 player dock when you have the OrigAudio ROCK-IT Portable Vibration Speaker 3.5mm USB? The portable vibration speaker system takes music from your portable music device and generates it into vibration sequences. It then sends those vibrations through the Rock-It "pod" which you can stick to any object. All you have to do is simply press play on your device and Rock-It will turn the object into a speaker.
Electricity is so passé. Solar power is the way to go for all of your new gadgets. This Eton Soulra Solar Powered Sound System for iPod and iPhone lets you take your music with you wherever you want to go without having to worry about finding an outlet. The flip-up solar panel captures light in clear and cloudy conditions, and the rugged, splash-proof rubberized case keeps your player protected from the elements.
We dont know about you, but we like to match our headphones to our outfit. Okay, not really, but if you're going to buy a pair of headphones, why not buy a set that not only perform well, but also offer a bright splash of color? These Urbanears - Plattan Headphones do just that. Available in a variety of bright colors, each offers full, rich, and secluded sound, and clear volume and thumping bass... more
With the warmer temperatures comes lots of grilling and outdoor parties with the friends and family. This selection of Klipsch Rock Speakers ensures that the music keeps coming so that there's never a dull moment. The durable speaker resembles a rock so that it'll blend in with the scenery. It features a 6 ½-inch woofer for deep, punchy bass and two ¾-inch tweeters for crisp highs. The UV-resistant enclosure withstands the elements.
The Klipsch LightSpeaker Kit is perfect for the man that likes the minimalist look, or doesnt need to add to his already-cluttered apartment. They turn your canned ceiling light fixtures into speakers. Each speaker features a built-in amplifier and wireless receiver, as well as a low-distortion driver for clear, detailed sound. Installation is incredibly easy. All you have to do is screw the speaker into the light fixture with no cabling required, so you... more
This iPod docking station certainly won't go unnoticed at your next party. The Speakal iPig Speaker System features an adorable pink pig design. But don't let the cuteness deceive you; it also features top-notch sound quality thanks to its five speakers positioned for 360-degree maximum sound separation and distribution with tweeters and midrange. It also features a 15W subwoofer. A remote control lets you effortlessly adjust the bass, treble, volume, and various iPod functions.... more
Snowboarding season is right around the corner, and what better gift to give your favorite winter sports fan than a set of these Skullcandy Hesh Headphones? The leather wrapped headband and pads add snug comfort, while the headphone's 50-millimeter drivers make them some of the loudest available. The in-line volume control lets you adjust the volume without having to reach for your music player as you fly down the slopes.
There comes a point when it's time to get serious about your sound system. Factory direct may be fine for the car, but you should be able to rock out at home. If you traded your boombox in long ago for a decent stereo system, you're ready for the Bose Acoustimass 5 Series III speakers. They're compact but give amazingly full sound, and you'll be able to hear every gravelly note of your favorite... more
Time magazine calls these Monster Beats by Dr. Dre headphones "Chronically good." Rolling Stone calls them "truly badass." And CNET says that, in addition to delivering on bass, the headphones are "nicely warm and balanced in the mids and truly impressive in their delivery of high-end detail." We say: They better be impressive for $350! The glossy headphones feature XL speaker drivers, powered amplification, active noise canceling, iPhone compatibility, and Dr. Dre's stamp of... more
Griffin says we should buy their TuneBuds headphones so we can have headphones that match our iPod Nanos. We'd rather scandalize the fashion police by pairing green headphones with a blue Nano. Pretty colors aside, there are plenty of other reasons to pick up some TuneBuds: They offer noise isolation and deep bass, they come with 3 different sizes of washable silicone inserts so you can get just the right fit, and you... more
We've seen lots of earbud headphones encrusted with Swarovski crystals, but we tend to wonder about their sound quality when we've never heard of the manufacturer. But we're willing to bet Altec Lansing's crystal headphones sound pretty good, since the company is known for its high-quality audio products. Designed for women (duh), the headphones have powerful 9mm neodymium drivers, a gold-plated plug for superior sound transfer, and a SnugFit design for comfort and noise... more
Love the iPod, hate the earbuds? Same here. Which is why we're seriously considering shelling out for these Shure SE110 earphones. CNET says they're "the most affordable entry point for high-endurance, high-fidelity earphones," and that they'll "withstand both audiophile scrutiny and physical abuse." The earphones block out background noise, and come with a foam and rubber "fit kit" so you can get the most comfortable fit. Best of all, they have a 2-year warranty,... more
Tired of untangling your headphone cords every time you want to listen to your iPod? If you've got an iPod Shuffle, take a look at these iFreePlay wireless headphones from Monster. They have a wraparound design with a dock over one ear so you can just snap in your Shuffle and go, so you can get on with whatever Important Thing you're doing without any interference from annoying headphone wires. The headphones weigh... more
Back in January, at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Philips HTS8100 SoundBar turned lots of heads and even won a Best of CES award. Why? Because this single-speaker home theater system has virtual surround sound and a built-in CD and DVD player that offers 1080p upconversion via HDMI. The HTS8100 is only 5" thick and features Philips' proprietary Ambisound technology, with 5 integrated amplifiers. It comes with a remote and... more
Headphone wires getting caught all the time? Cut the cord and go wireless with these Logitech FreePulse Wireless headphones. They're flexible, comfortable, lightweight, and work with any audio source that has a minijack headphone output. Just plug the receiver into your player, and you're good for about 6 hours. The headphones work up to 33 feet away from the receiver. More wireless headphones.
You want the best possible sound from your iPod, but you don't want to look like a DJ or feel like you're wearing earmuffs - especially at the gym. You want the new Bose in-ear headphones, which have Bose's TriPort technology for greater low-frequency output. The result is rich, balanced audio performance that brings out the full sound potential of your MP3s, CDs, and DVDs. The headphones come with a carrying case and 3... more
Match your iPod with earphones that sound as good as they look. Designed to deliver clarity, comfort, and a secure fit, V-Moda's M Class stylish earphones are made of pure polished alloy metal that produces vibrant, precise bass levels measuring up to 122db at 20Hz. They've been tested and approved by musicians, DJs, athletes, and audiophiles, and come in three colors: "Bling-Bling Black," "That's Hot Pink," and "Blue Steel."
These Sony in-ear headphones aren't new, but they just made CNET's list of must-have gadgets. The Fontopias are super light, super comfortable, and deliver great sound at a fraction of what those fancy Shure ones cost. They come with 3 sizes of earbuds, so you're sure to get a comfortable fit, no matter how big or small your ears are. Other extras inlcude a hard carrying case and a one meter extension cord.... more
If you think the headphones that came with your iPod are junk, check out the Creative Zen Aurvanas. These acoustically and ergonomically designed in-ear earphones deliver superb audio quality and noise isolation, not to mention comfort - they come with earbuds in 3 different sizes so you'll get the perfect fit. They're lightweight, durable, work with any MP3 player, and come with an adaptor for airplanes, a cleaning tool, and travel case. More... more