The Aerobull from Jarre Technologies is an iPod/iPhone speaker (100W RMS @ 1% Total Harmonic, Mid-tge 2 x 20W; subwoofer 1 x 60W) with bluetooth and line-ins for CD and other music players.
Plus it looks like a dog wearing sunglasses. With an iPhone embedded in its skull.
Available in various painted and chromed finishes for a trifling €999.
The ‘reason-insultingly powerful’ WOS2 (Wall Of Sound) iPhone speaker – the most powerful iPhone speaker in the world and quite possibly the most powerful single speaker on the market.
The 1600W 1m x 1.7m x 0.4m monster, handmade in Sweden, has 36 speaker elements and two subwoofers controlled by a dedicated app.
So far, only two have been made but the company is currently taking orders for a full release in early 2014. Prices will start at €5,100.
(Thanks Eric Calderon)
YouTube scientist brusspup alters the frequency of sound emanating from a speaker to create the illusions of frozen and backward-flowing water.
You may find that you’ve wee’d yourself by the end.
Well, partly invisible then. This minimalist speaker enclosure from designers People People comes in kit form with templates for your local glass supplier to cut out.
We’d fill ours with jellybabies. Just saying.
The ArkCanary II acoustic speaker ($13). Clips onto the bottom of the iPhone and amplifies the internal speaker.
Cool, sleek, streamlined, pocket-friendly.
It’s none of these things.