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Wearable Speakers let us hear your favorite tunes

Just when we thought we had heard the last of Lindsay Lohan, we found these Wearable Speakers by Safesound Sports. The SSPS-1 do not have any connected earbuds. They are simply half-dollar shaped speakers that latch on to your shoulder. The SSPS-1 was made to help and control those damn “iPod Zombies” who walk around in an oblivious vegetable state, ...

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Sony’s iPod dock sadly has a size 14 footprint

Sony made a product for the iPod? Whoa, did you see that sheep just fall from the sky? No? Oh, well, I guess the world isn’t coming to an end, and Sony really did just release an iPod Docking Station. The CPF-IP001 iPod Docking Station blasts your music at a pretty small size with its 2 15-watt tweeters and its ...

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Review: Chestnut Hill Sound George

Having a Rolling Stone on your team of developers is a sure sign to success right? Not necessarily in the iPod accessory market. Chestnut Hill Sound’s new George joins the slew of iPod dock/speakers with one feature that will blow you away. It’s way to interface with your iPod is a simple display with buttons…that detaches from the unit! Check ...

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Princeton i-Bird falls in with the rest of the flock

Now that Macworld is over and done with, you’d think that the iPod accessory market would slow down. All the vendors released last week, right? Guess not, because Princeton Corp. has just released its i-Bird iPod dock. The i-Bird has an iPod dock, AM/FM radio, and an integrated alarm clock. As for its sound output, it has two 3W speakers ...

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Review: iMainGo portable iPod speakers

At Macworld, the iMainGo booth had a steady flow of people in awe at what they were witnessing, portable iPod speakers that pumped out major dosages of great sound. By saying portable, the implication is not that these can be crammed into your backpack. The iMainGo unit can be held in your hand just fine. With simple access to your ...

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Macworld: iMainGo by Portable Sound Labs impresses

“Small system. HUGE SOUND!” Says the box of the new iMainGo portable media player that has been released at Macworld 2007. It will connect to any MP3 player as it uses the headphone jack as well as the proprietary iPod 30pin connector. It has garnered much attention at Macworld, and the Portable Sound Labs booth has had a great amount ...

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Pyramat S2000 lets you feel that bomb blow

Have you ever felt that you wish the chair you were sitting in would rumble with the blast of the bomb you just bew up in your favorite war game? If so, your wish has come true. The Pyramat S2000 Sound Rocker uses what is called Audio Response Technology which uses the subwoofer (yes, there is a subwoofer in this ...

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Chestnut Hill Sound George outdoes preexisting iPod docks

The new Chestnut Hill Sound George iPod dock and speakers make your current dock seem so commonplace, so normal. What makes this product so amazing is that after you dock your iPod, the front panel comes off to become a fully functional remote. So maybe your dock’s remote is cool, but does it have a jogwheel that mirrors every function ...

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Saitek’s iPod speakers unsuccessfully try to non-conform

The idea of a flat laying semi-circular iPod speaker seems like a good idea, and looks decent when shown alone, but take another look. Take a look at it when the iPod is attached to the device. We wouldn’t put our iPods on something so fragile looking if you paid us. Well, maybe if you paid us. It’s not that ...

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