Tag: speaker

My Review of the Rockus 3D Speaker System from Antec

We have reported on the Antec Rockus 3D/2.1 speakers before, and we even did it twice. One of the times that I reported on them, I stated that I didn’t know what 3D sound was. I am glad that I have had Antec send me the product itself to try out.

i.Sound Mini Speaker

I spent a lot of time at CTIA Spring 2011 last week, and I saw a lot of new products there from i.Sound and DreamGEAR like the Cinema Sound iPad stand and the i.Sound Power View. This particular one I could not find on the i.

Wilson Audio Sasha WP Speaker Systems

Here is something that can surely place your audio setup to the next level. The product is the this new Wilson Audio Sasha WP speaker system. The high-end speaker manufacturer has launched successive versions of the WATT/Puppy for over 20 years, but instead of resting on its past glory, Wilson Audio has decided to impress
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Logitech unveils the Z906 Speaker System

We have reviewed Logitech’s speakers before, like the Z623 Speaker System, and the Logitech Multimedia Speakers with 360 degree sound. Now they have unveiled the Z906. The Z906 has a subwoofer of 165 watts, and the satellites are at 67.

Concept Ultrasonic Klang Speaker

Here is an interesting idea for speakers that could change everything. Instead of using a vibrating a driver at the correct frequencies and projecting them, this one uses ultrasonic waves to vibrate air molecules along a path, so things outside the path won’t hear the sound.

Razer announces the Ferox portable speaker

I think that we are all familiar with Razer products. They usually are into gaming products like the PC Gaming Set based on Tron Legacy and the Starcraft II Series. Now they are introducing the Ferox, which are some ultra portable stereo speakers made for portability and omni-directional sound.

Ammo box turns into a speaker system

In case you have an old ammo box lying around, you might want to turn it into a speaker. This was apparently a project that is was intended to be a conversion of a .50 caliber ammo box into a functioning speaker for an MP3 Player, notebook, or portable device for about $50.

Ceramic Speaker is only 1mm thick

What you are seeing here is a ceramic speaker. Yes, I believe that ceramic speakers are nothing new, honestly. However, this one is essentially printed onto a millimeter-thin ceramic substrate.