The peeps over at Sonos seem to have learned from their way and, rather than being late to the party, this time it's released the new Sonos 3.8 software ahead of time to ensure compatibility with OS X Mountain Lion. Android 4.0 also gets official support with this update, as does the upcoming Sonos Sub, the new wireless subwoofer add-on that the company will be releasing in June. You can grab the updated software for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC, and the software will then update all your Sonos hardware, ensuring everything is ready for the future.
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The iH15 combines color and sound to fit your mood. With 2 Reson8 Speakers and a passive subwoofer, choose between one or four color change settings. A single touch changes it to another hue. At a size of 5.47 x 5.47 x 5.47-inches, it is compatible with most iPods released after after 2003 and charges while your player is docked. If you want to feel the musical love, the iH15 comes with an AC adapter and a MSRP of $59.99.
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This black and white boombox can also play video. The HJ69 features a 3.5-inch TFT display, a PC woofer, a clock with optional music or radio alarm and built-in FM tuner. It will play MP1, MP2, MP3, WMA, WMV, ASF and WAV music files as well as RM, RMVB and AVI video files. Compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux, power it up with AAA batteries (not included.) Contact Made-In-China for more details and price tag.
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Pioneer has released their Home Theater System with lots of fun components. The HTS-LX70 has 4 multi-directional satellite speakers, a 7.06-inch dual-drive subwoofer, decoder for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and 3 HDMI 1.3 inputs. XM/Sirius ready, it also features 2 audio inputs. There is an illuminated LCD touch panel remote, but sadly no player to go with the $1,800.00 package, although the system is pictured with one.
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Pioneer Japan has designed the lightweight SE-M390 Stereo Headphones with a 40mm driver, a strengthened 3.5 meter cord, and a “free-adjust” headband. The phones carry a frequency response of 5 to 29,000 Hz, an impedance of 32 ohms, a neodymium magnet driver, and a mini/standard gold-plated plug. They also feature the company’s Bass Duct with a subwoofer outlet. The headphones are available for $55.00, with a freebie 1.5m extension cord included, at Audio Cubes.
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This may look like your average boombox, but the Blaupunkt Velocity 2Go 6 is actually a 160 W maximum power subwoofer for traveling from your home or car’s sound system to any other destination that needs a bit of audio pumping up. With a frequency response of 40 to 120 Hz/ 40 to 25.000 Hz and RCA/high-level/3.5 mm auxiliary inputs, it will run on a 12 V/230 V or 8 AA rechargeable batteries (not included.) At a size of 480 x 220 x 240 mm and a weight of 7 kg, if the price of $619.99 seems a bit steep, there is also a Velocity 2Go 5 model available for $514.99.
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