Believe it or not, it has been two to three years since we covered something by Earthquake. It was back in 2008 with the Earthquake Sound MiniMe P10 and P12 as well as the Earthquake subwoofer amplifiers XJ-300R and XJ-600R.
At CES this year, I discovered with Earthquake was up to with the iQuake-52, some self-powering iPod docking speakers that also work as TV speakers, computer speakers or bookshelf speakers.
As you can see, they have a high-end finish. They also have high-quality woven carbon fiber 5 and one quarter inch woofers, silk dome tweeters, plus a 200-watt amplifier. It includes a remote as well.
The price is pretty up there with the black and white models running $525, while the silver, pink, and red versions run $560. Yes, I have no idea why the different colors make a difference in the price.