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Nixon’s The Blaster: Blast Nonstop For 18 Hours

02/14/2013, Nixon’s The Blaster bluetooth speaker is the winner of an award in the accessory category at the 2013 ISPO awards.  The speaker sports a lightweight weather and shock resistant body with Bluetooth sync capability. But a lot of other systems also boast...

Big Blue and Big Blue Live Wireless Speakers announced

12/06/2011, Whenever the name Big Blue is invoked, we would more or less think that it has something to do with IBM – after all, that is what the company is synonymous for over the past few decades. There are two models from Big Blue Audio being made available...

Yamaha PDX-11 portable speaker system takes the rugged route

11/01/2011, Want to play the role of Mr Tough Guy? Well, you can’t really go wrong with the Yamaha PDX-11 portable speaker system, where this octaganol unit will be equipped with a decent 4″ woofer as well as accompanied by a 3/8″ tweeter. All of...

X-Mini unveils KAI pocket Bluetooth speakers

11/01/2011, Those who are familiar with X-Mini’s 1.1 portable speakers can’t be blamed if they mistook the speakers above for the same model, but they aren’t. In fact the speakers pictured above belong to X-Mini’s KAI pocket Bluetooth speakers, which based on...

Skull MP3 Player II makes for good Halloween decorations

10/31/2011, If you’re planning on holding a Halloween party in your house, why not keep to theme of things and pump scary music through the Skull MP3 Player II by Brando? For those who follow Brando’s products, the Skull MP3 Player II is the successor to the...

Singbox SV-606 speakers are small and portable

07/13/2011, If you think that the picture above is actually a photo of salt and pepper shakers, you would be wrong, but you can’t be blamed as they do bear a close resemblance. However, in reality they’re actually a set of speakers named the Singbox SV-606.

Sound Bag makes for portable audio sharing

09/17/2009, Portable speakers aren’t exactly thumping when it comes to sharing your music within a group, hence Dobson decided to take things into his own hands by placing speakers within a backpack, calling it the Sound Bag. What you get would be a couple of...