Though obviously best known for its cars, Ferrari has branched out into other areas in the past including its own branded laptop and speaker systems. Now it has unveiled a range of headphones and earphones in conjunction with iPhone/iPod/iPad accessories…
The iStationGo speakers come in pink, blue, silver and black, with rounded edges that should make the speakers go easy on the lining of your bag
Here’s the rather delightful Valve80 iPod dock from Logic3. It’s expensive, but it sounds absolutely amazing compared to your average dock. In fact, calling it a ‘dock’ is a bit of an insult – it’s a bonafide Hi-Fi amplifier, with two audio inputs and video out. £300 quid though… crumbs… that’s not going to go down well with your bank manager.
iPod docks, as I’ve said before, are ten-a-penny around here. They’re not the most exciting product to write about, and every company in the world makes one. This, however, is something special. It’s got valves.
If you don’t know why that’s good, then go ask your neighborhood audiophile. It basically makes the music sound ‘warmer’, and valve amps have long been praised for the lovely feel that they give to sound and music. Of course they’re not cheap. This model costs £300. For that, you’re getting lovely lovely sound, a pair of 40W speakers (though you can plug in whatever speakers you like) and two auxiliary inputs, for plugging in your TV or stereo. Full specs are over the jump.
Susi has been raving about the Logic3 Jivebox in recent months, even going so far as using it at our office Christmas party when our main sound system died.
I should probably warn you…
These speakers were released last week by Logic3, who have designed them with the PS3 in mind (although they will connect to any sound source with a standard audio jack). They sport a PS3 style paint job, and are pretty reasonably priced….
Today, Logic3 announced the first dedicated iPhone speakers. They can take the iPhone either vertically or horizontally, and plug in via the 3.5 mm jack…