Filed under: audio, sculpture | Tags: apple, audio, ceramics, headphone, ipod, music, sculpture
The Phonofone II is a ceramic audio sculpture modeled after a gramophone horn. Using the two earbud “ports”, the Phonofone amplifies your music through resonance and horn acoustics without the need for any external power.
Filed under: electronics, product design | Tags: dj, electronics, music, sony
Fulfill your dream of becoming a nerdful mix master with the Sony Xross Fade
($500; Sept.). This sleek DJ-style shelf system has dual iPod docks, CD
player, and an AM/FM tuner, letting you mix music from each of these
sources. The Xross Fade offers a party-worthy 450 watts of total power
output, pumping your tunes through a pair of two-way bass reflex
speakers and a dual 7-inch subwoofer enclosure. Aspiring DJs will
appreciate the simplified cross-fader with monitor cue and a built-in
two-channel mixer. Plus, a USB recording feature saves mixing sessions
to a USB device in MP3 format, while another function easily converts
CDs and AM/FM radio to MP3s.
Now two iPods at once can be stolen at parties.
Filed under: electronics, product design | Tags: music, turntable, usb, vestax, vinyl