Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
Altec Lansing's new Mix digital boombox is designed for iPod and iPhone users.
Both Windows 7 and Snow Leopard pack notable new features, large and small. We take a closer look to see exactly how they stack up.
Edifier has announced the US and Canada release of the company's iF500 iPod/iPhone speaker system.
Logitech has released two new portable speaker systems for iPods and iPhones, the Rechargeable Speaker S315i and the Portable Speaker S125i.
The latest audio offering from iHome skips the alarm clock, instead focusing on big sound.
iLuv's newest iPod alarm clock includes a wired vibration unit to help wake you up even if the audible alarm doesn't.
Soundcasts' OutCast Jr. is a smaller and less-expensive version of the company's outdoor speaker system for iPod and computer audio.
Spalding's iHoop is a basketball hoop with a built-in iPod audio system.
The iBoo is a new integrated speaker system for the iPod that looks like a ghost.
At CES, Ion Audio introduced a recorder for the iPod, as well as wireless speakers for Apple's music player.
The $500 Horizon i-DS3 Powered Speaker System with Wireless Subwoofer features a built-in 100-watt amplifier, two 3.5 inch woofers, and two half-inch tweeters that produce high-fidelity stereo sound.
Headphones, cases, and other add-ons are a common sight on the Macworld Expo show floor. We talk about a few noteworthy ones at this year's event.
The SBD8100 and SBD700, announced by Philips as part of the Consumer Electronics Show, feature a rotating dock for realigning your iPod to a horizontal orientation.