Shopping Picks in iPod Accessories: Speakers
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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.
Never wake up to that dreaded alarm sound again thanks to the Sony Clock Radio for iPod. The sliding docking tray keeps your iPhone or iPod charged and within arm's reach next to your bed. A dual alarm lets you set two separate wake-up times with the option of waking up to the music stored on your iPhone or iPod, your favorite CD or radio station. It makes a great gift for any teenager... more
Remember back in the day when kids used to carry around boom boxes and we got to listen to their music whether we wanted to or not? Now you can take that trend into the 21st century with this high-tech messenger bag. A five-button pad on the strap allows easy access to iPod controls, and while you can use the bag with headphones, isnt it more fun to play your music with the innovative... more
Have you ever set your alarm clock to wake you up with the radio, only to be jarred out of a peaceful slumber by your least favorite song or a blaring commercial? Ensure a happy start to your day by waking up with your favorite songs right on your iPod. This versatile speaker dock includes an alarm clock, AM/FM radio, and nature sounds, and its compatible with all docking iPods. (A line in allows... more
We love devices that multitask, and this iPod Touch speaker frame definitely fits that bill. Sure, you could just use it as a set of external speakers to play your iPods music. But you could also use it to hold your iPod and play its audio aloud while you watch movies or videos. Connect the AC adapter and the frame will even charge your device for you. Compatible with a variety of... more
Sometimes you find yourself ready to drop a significant chunk of change on a set of iPod speakers, a system that will really allow you to appreciate the magnificence of your favorite music. And sometimes you just want a cheap way to play some songs out loud. This speaker definitely falls into the latter category, but its not without its charms; its cute, highly portable, and delivers surprisingly good sound quality for a speaker... 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
With summer right around the corner, it's time to move the party outdoors. That means the music too. And with the advent of MP3 players, old-school boomboxes have gone the way of the dinosaur. Thankfully, that's where the Bose SoundDock Portable comes in. It's battery-powered, so it alleviates the need for an outlet. Simply plug your iPod into the dock, and instantly, you have high-quality sound that you can take with you to any... more
The JBL Radial combines clean, full-frequency sound with tight, distortion-free bass in a really cool looking speaker. It works with docking iPods and you can use the stereo mini jack connection to connect other MP3 players, CD players, satellite radios, and computers. The RCA video output lets you hook it up to the TV. The Radial has touch-sensitive controls and charges your iPod even when it's not turned on. Choose black or white.
The RoomGroove has premium dual high-output woofers and horn-loaded tweeters for stellar sound, and will connect to your computer so you can play anything in your music library, including Internet radio. And it works with any device with a line level audio output. You can set up a whole wireless home audio system with multiple RoomGrooves; the speakers act as both wireless 2.4GHz transmitters and receivers. If the RoomGroove in the living room is playing... more
It may look like a 1980s "ghetto blaster," but CNET says the Logitech Pure-Fi Elite "stands above the iPod speaker competition with a can't-miss combination of excellent design, great sound, and a low price." Specs include 1" high-definition tweeters, 4" high-power woofers, digital EQ and filtering, and studio quality audio. There's also a digital AM/FM radio, a clock, a backlit wireless remote, and presets for iPod playlists, so you don't have to navigate iPod menus... more
Expansive sound from a compact footprint. The Griffin Evolve is a wireless iPod speaker system consisting of a charging base and two 5.5" cube-shaped speakers, each with its own on/off switch, and neither of which has any wires whatsoever. The speaker cubes can be moved up to 150 feet away from the base station, so you can put them wherever you want and get real stereo sound. MTV.com says "If you're looking for a simple... more
The Altec Lansing inMotion iM600 is a 2.1-pound speaker system with a rechargeable battery that lasts 7 hours, an FM radio, alarm clock, video output, auxiliary input, and full-function remote. CNET says the sound is comparable to the Bose SoundDock (but the iM600 costs a lot less). It comes with adapters to support older iPods, and it folds up to close at 11" wide. And the Stereo Field Expander (SFX) technology makes the speakers sound... more
His name is George and he's one of the most expensive iPod speakers out there. But that doesn't stop people from loving him. George has gotten Editors' Choice awards from both Macworld and PC Magazine, to name a few. You see, George looks and sounds great, and has an AM/FM clock radio, but what really makes him stand out is his remote, which is the detachable front panel on the speaker, and which has been... more
As its name implies, you can take the Pure-Fi Anywhere, well, anywhere, thanks to its compact size and long battery life (10 hours per charge). It even comes with a clamshell style travel case. Features include 4 speakers (two 2" Max-X active, high-excursion drivers and two 3" pressure drivers), 9 iPod dock adapters, an auxiliary line-in (to use non-iPods), one-touch controls, and a remote. Choose black or white.
Once you shell out for an iPod, it's hard to justify spending a lot of money on expensive iPod speakers, especially ones that cost more than the iPod itself. (Bose, are you reading this?) Which is why we like the looks of the $29 Altec Lansing Orbit. It's a rugged, pocket-sized speaker with a 360-degree sound field that works with iPods, music-enabled cell phones, and other MP3 players. You can prop it up on its... more
As seen in Wired magazine: The Vers 2x iPod speaker system, a compact (11.5" x 5.5" x 5.5") iPod speaker housed in a cabinet with real cherry wood veneer. It's got two 3", 15-watt speakers and works with the iPhone and almost all iPods (except the Shuffle). A 14-function remote control lets you navigate your iPod from up to 25 feet away. Each speaker supposedly takes a week to make, and no 2 are exactly... more
If you liked the Bose SoundDock, you might be interested in Bose's smaller, portable SoundDock. It's 12" wide, 6.75" high, and 4" thick (but still delivers Bose-quality sound), with a rechargeable battery and a molded handle that makes it easy to carry the 5-pound speaker from place to place. You can use it with your iPhone, any iPod with a click wheel, or other audio source (via the auxiliary input). But it's not cheap.
Take back your living room: Hang your home stereo on the wall with iLive's flat panel speaker bar. The 32 inch-long virtual surround sound bar isn't just for iPods (although, as you can see, it does have the iPod dock front and center). You can also connect your TV, computer, DVD player, or other music player to it, thanks to the aux-in jack. The sound bar features full-range stereo speakers and dual subwoofers, an AM/FM... more
Introducing the world's first iPod mini-theater, the Altec Lansing iMV712. This compact, lightweight (8-pound) tabletop system features a built-in 8.5" widescreen LCD, two 3" full-range speakers, and a 4" side-firing subwoofer, so watching movies is much more enjoyable than using a portable DVD player. It works with all iPods and iPod Nanos and has both a video input as well as an S-video output. The iMV712 certainly won't replace your home theater, but it's a... more