This morning, Bose® unveiled four new products. All of these products are available for purchase today at Your Electronic Warehouse. Bose® SoundLink® On-Ear Bluetooth® Headphones are the first on-ear Bluetooth® headphones from Bose®. At only 5.5 ounces, these wireless headphones travel well and the rechargeable battery is good for up to 15 hours of premium listening. A 15-minute quick charge can get you an additional 2 hours! The headphones contain two microphones so it can be used as a Bluetooth® headset for making phone calls as well. The two-microphone system limits noise from wind and other ambient noises so that the person on the other end of the line hears you as clearly as you can hear them. And Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology "automatically changes volume based on speech level and ambient noise, letting you move from a quiet building to a busy street without missing a word." Bose® SoundDock® XT Speaker is the newest addition to the SoundDock® line up and includes support for docking iPods and iPhones with Lightning connectors (including the recently announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus). The SoundDock® XT comes in Yellow and Dark Grey. Bose® Solo 15 TV Sound System is a one-piece sounds system designed to fit beneath an HDTV up to approximately 46". The system includes a programmable universal remote but Bose® says you won't be forced to constantly adjust the volume because of the clear sound and proprietary technology that went into the system. A small knob on the back of the device allows a user to set the bass level as well. Bose® CineMate® 15 Home Theater Speaker System provides a new entry into the Bose® sound bar home theater line up. The 12-inch wide sound bar connects directly to a TV and the bass delivering Acoustimass® module can be placed up to 3 meters away. This two piece home theater system delivers room-filling sound without sacrificing quality or clarity. The system also includes a programmable universal remote. Click any of the product names above to see the full product page on YEW. Additional images can be seen on our Facebook Page. Check back with YEW for more product announcements from Bose in the coming weeks.
The new SoundLink® Mini Bluetooth Speaker from Bose delivers legendary Bose® sound from a speaker barely larger than your smartphone. This ultra-portable, compact speaker fits in the palm of your hand, yet features the full, rich sound you’ve come to expect from the company whose name is synonymous with quality audio. The SoundLink® Mini speaker weighs just a pound and a half, and with a 7 by 2 inch footprint, it tucks easily away in backpack, briefcase, or even a purse. A rechargeable lithium-ion battery delivers up to seven hours of play on a single charge, and the included charging cradle allows you to play the SoundLink Mini while charging. The SoundLink Mini pairs with your smart phone, iPad®, or any Bluetooth device, giving you wireless, dock-free connectivity wherever you go. The speaker will work within 30 feet of your paired Bluetooth device. It also remembers your last six devices, so re-connecting is simple and convenient. But portability and connectivity are only a small part of the Bose SoundLink Mini; as with everything Bose, quality audio is the end game. And as with all Bose products, full, rich sound is the starting point of design from which all else flows. So when the folks at Bose come out with any new product, you can rely on the fact that it will produce a full range of performance. The Mini is no exception. Proprietary Bose speaker technology produces exceptional clarity and a robust range of sound—including deep lows—that are almost unimaginable in a speaker of such diminutive dimensions. Bose made portable listening for the SoundLink Mini even more convenient by offering a Mini speaker car charger as part of additional sold-separately accessories, making this bundle the perfect companion for road trips or friendly get-togethers. Additional accessories include a SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker Travel Bag, that serves as a protective case for both the SoundLink Mini and its wall charger, as well as an exciting selection of soft covers to protect the SoundLink Mini while handling and listening. The soft covers are available in blue, green or orange, allowing for a customized appearance to your SoundLink Mini speaker while proving protection to the aluminum body from scratches or abrasions. The travel bag or soft case may be purchased as a package with the SoundLink Mini, or each sold-separately. We’ve come to expect nothing less from Bose, and with the SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker, you’ll have full rich sound that goes anywhere you do. You can find the SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker and accessories online at 4ElectronicWarehouse.com.
Similar to the Solo HD Beats by Dr. Dre, the Studio Beats are the over-the-ear, bigger version in the Beats By Dre lineup. These headphones provide extremely high quality sound, incredible noise cancellation, and great bass reproduction. Although there are pros and cons to these headphones, they are an incredible piece of technology for any musician, traveler, or music lover. Included in the box of the Studio Beats is the actual headphones, a high-quality Monster headphone cable which does not tangle, a 1/8” to ¼” adapter (a great addition for musicians), a touring case, two AAA batteries, a Monster Clean Cloth with advanced Aegis Microbe Shield technology, and the Monster iSoniTalk cable--for the iPhone, Blackberry and other music phones. Also included in the box is the instruction manual on how to use the headphones. The touring case is extremely easy to transport. Made of hard shell plastic, it protects your Studio Beats from impairment during travel. Another nice feature of the headphones is the three spongy pads--two located on the ear cups and one on the headband for added comfort. Overall, the construction of the headphones is superior to other standard headphones. The Studio Beats are mainly made of plastic material, but have a luxury, high-quality feel. There are a few drawbacks to the Studio Beats, including the requirement for two AAA batteries, fingerprint-prone finish, and the sound leakage. The Studio headphones require AAA batteries to work, and the estimated battery life ranges anywhere from two to three weeks. The shiny finish is fingerprint prone, but Monster took this into consideration when making the headphones. They have included a cleaning cloth for an easy dusting. If the cleaning cloth doesn't satisfy your needs, you can purchase the Monster HDTV cleaning kit to help the headphones recapture their brand new look. The sound leakage is a con shared by nearly every headphone on the market. Most people are annoyed when they are able to hear somebody else’s music. A quick fix to this is to not use them in public or don’t have your volume maxed out. A few bonus features of the Studio Beats headphones are the detachable cable, the mute button, and the extreme comfort. The detachable cable allows you to move around--whether working or playing--without worrying about your cord getting caught on something and yanking the headphones off your head. You don’t want to risk breaking these (although there are warranty options if the headphones happen to malfunction or break--read below)! The mute button on the right ear cup is a great feature. With this feature, you don’t have to search around for your iPod/MP3 player to stop the music to talk to somebody. Simply push the mute button and the music is muted! The extreme comfort of the Studio headphones is perfect for the music lovers who like to listen to music for hours at a time. . The super plush ear cups stay comfortable, as does the cushion on the headband. There will never be a need to stop your enjoyment because your headphones start to give you ear pain. There are also six new limited edition colors which are available to Your Electronic Warehouse to sell on November 16, 2011. The new colors include pink, orange, purple, green (not available to Your Electronic Warehouse), blue, and silver. The selling price for each pair of headphones is $299. The price for the Silver headphones are $349. The Studio Beats are a Limited Edition headphone for Holiday 2011, make sure you get yours quick! These headphones are a must have for the audiophile and are a great investment! These headphones have a one year limited warranty, which includes a one time replacement of the headset.
Last week, Bose® launched the SoundLink, a wireless speaker that connects to your mobile phone or any Bluetooth® device. The SoundLink is about the size of a large hardcover book and weights about the same, only 2.8 pounds. It is truly compact enough to go with you whenever and wherever. Ladies, who love oversized carry bags, or men with messenger bags and backpacks, this is your instant must-have-for-the-party accessory. Performance. The SoundLink combines Bose® proprietary technology, delivering low notes for a full-range listening experience. The sleek, modern design features a black aluminum grille and brushed chrome end caps. It has an integrated cover made of durable Slate Gray nylon, which protects it during transport. It’s easy to put the speaker in your bag and take it with you to a destination - to the park, the beach, apartment rooftop or anywhere you go. Plus, the cover unfolds into a stand. The automatic sleep-mode feature powers down the speaker when you close the cover. Additional covers are available to personalize your SoundLink in Burgundy or Tan quality leather and Red or Purple nylon to match you style. The leather retails for 49.95 and the nylon for 29.95. The same prices as an Apple® iPad® cover. Connectivity. 30-foot wireless range lets you keep your phone or other device with you and place the SoundLink speaker where you want. Convenient controls for power and volume are located on speaker itself; other functions controlled by your mobile phone or other Bluetooth device. No remote needed or feared to be lost! It’s simple to pair the SoundLink to your smartphone. Turn on the speaker, go to Bluetooth settings on your phone and select the SoundLink from the menu. You may link up to 6 Bluetooth® devices and they’ll automatically be stored in its memory. Only one little hiccup we found…if you want to add another or 7th Bluetooth® device, it does not automatically kick out the first or oldest listed. In that event you do have press the reset button. Thus, all your previously saved devices will be lost. Helpful to note, there is a USB port for software updates ongoing Bluetooth® device compatibility. Portability. You can keep the party going for hours with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery; at normal volume, up to eight hours of battery-life or at maximum volume for up to four according to Bose®. And the speaker has an auxiliary input for use with other devices. It's a great alternative to headphones, and more of music sharing experience. Our staffers were impressed with the quality sound, spontaneous mobility and elegant durability of the SoundLink. Personally, my favorite use of the SoundLink is for the possibility of casual outdoor parties and last-minute get-togethers with friends and family. No worries about wires, just my mobile and SoundLink speaker helps set the mood quickly and easily.
The new home theater receiver line called "AVENTAGE" (pronounced Ah-Ven-Taj) was recently announced by Yamaha and will be shipping in August and September. The lineup of five 7.2 receivers includes the RX-A700, RX-A800, RX-A1000, RX-A2000 and RX-A3000. The new receivers are the result of a meticulous design process focused of refining, re-engineering and ultimately creating new receivers from the ground-up. Nothing was overlooked: circuitry, construction, custom components, reproduction qualities and even eco-friendly power consumption. The receivers all feature 3D compatible v1.4 HDMI , Bluetooth and iPhone support, HD audio decoding and multi-zone output for audio and video. Keep reading to learn more! The AVENTAGE difference Double bottom construction: additional support for power transformer and heat sinks, and also adds rigidity to help improve overall performance Optimized power amplifier layout: symmetrical layout improves signal-to-noise (S-N) ratio with uniform balanced vibration and control for a better sound experience Specially designed 5th foot: the anti-resonance technology (A.R.T. Wedge) improves structural rigidity and reduces vibration Ultra-low jitter circuitry: jitter from digital sources, including HDMI, are reduced using a more precise timing control Hybrid power supply: the analog and digital circuit have their own power supplies, which means less consumption in standby mode and a more efficient power transformer H-shaped cross-member frame: internal bracing reduces vibration and adds support for the transformer and heat skinks High-quality DACs: the path from ground to DAC is no longer shared, so a direct connection is achieved Zip ties to ground: minimize magnetic interference and reduces unwanted radio frequency interference Yamaha built: receivers are designed, manufactured and assembled in Yamaha-owned facilities and come with a 3-year warranty Custom designed parts: standard components produce standard performance, but custom parts produce incredible performance High grade terminals: heavier grade materials and wider spacing make cable connections easier and more secure Best in class processors: Cinema DSP processors, Dolby Digital TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, HQV Vida video processor Enhanced virtual presence: re-creation of 3D sound locations and directions from simple speaker configurations Yamaha automated calibration: Yamaha Parametric Acoustic Optimizer is a simple, automatic way to optimize the sound for your room 3rd party control: interoperable with home control manufacturers Web control: compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari web browsers Control app: for iPhone/iPod Touch provides control over select AVENTAGE model receivers Compare AVENTAGE Features/Specifications Receiver RX-A700 RX-A800 RX-A1000 RX-A2000 RX-A3000 Power (watts) 630 665 735 910 980 HDMI v1.4 (3D, audio return) 7 8 10 10 10 Bluetooth compatible yes yes yes yes yes iPhone/iPod compatible yes yes yes yes yes HD audio (dolby/dts) yes yes yes yes yes Ethernet port no no yes yes yes 7.2 channels yes yes yes yes yes Front USB no no yes yes yes D/A conversion 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit 192kHz/24-bit Multizone yes, 2 yes, 2 yes, 3 yes, 3 yes, 4 IR and RS-232C yes yes yes yes yes YPAO calibration yes yes yes yes yes Surround programs 17 17 17 17 17
Do you have questions about 3D TV? Below are answers to commonly asked questions about 3D Ready Mitsubishi HDTVs, active shutter glasses, 3D signal types and display formats, HDMI requirements and what you need to get the most out of your 3D home theater. 1. How do I watch 3D content on my Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTV? Watching 3D content on your Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTV requires purchasing the 3DA-1 3D Adapter Kit or the 3DC-1000 3D Starter Pack. Both 3D TV kits include the adapter and emitter necessary to receive the HDMI 1.4a signals from your Blu-ray player, cable box, satellite DVR, Sony Playstation 3 PS3 or Xbox 360 and convert them to the checkerboard format. The 3DC-1000 includes LCD active shutter glasses while the 3DA-1 kit does not. 2. What Mitsubishi TVs are compatible with the 3D Adapter Kit/Starter Package? DLP projection HDTVs manufactured in 2007 or later can produce 3D effects. Here is a complete list of compatible Mitsubishi TVs: 2007 WD-57833, WD-65833, WD-73833 (3D feature called "FX Gaming") 2008 WD-60735, WD-60C8, WD-65735, WD-65736, WD-65835, WD-65C8, WD-73735, WD-73736, WD-73835, WD-73C8, L65-A90 2009 WD-60737, WD-60C9, WD-65737, WD-65837, WD-65C9, WD-73737, WD-73837, WD-73C9, WD-82737, WD-82837 2010 WD-60638, WD-60C10, WD-60738, WD-65638, WD-65C10, WD-65738, WD-65838, WD-73638, WD-73C10, WD-73738, WD-73838, WD-82738, WD-82838, L75-A91 3. What is different about the new 3D TV technology, and can everyone experience it? The last several years have seen huge jumps in 3D technology, with numerous platforms being developed and cinemas around the world deploying 3D systems. But the biggest jump has been from the throw-away anaglyph (red/cyan) glasses to the home theater active shutter glasses. This new technology allows viewers to experience 3D content in their own home with higher contrast, higher resolution and better color than the stereoscopic glasses of old. While the vast majority of viewers can experience 3D content, some people suffer from stereo blindness, which means the added depth of 3D will appear 2D. But wearing the glasses will retain the intended appearance of the content but will lack the 3D punch available to regular-sighted viewers. And if you wear prescription glasses, the active shutter glasses are designed to fit over/in front of your normal glasses. Contact lens wearers are not affected. 4. Are 3D glasses absolutely necessary? Yes. When your TV is in 3D mode it displays an image that appears distorted without 3D glasses. While the images may be discernible without 3D glasses, there will be no added depth and the distortion may cause discomfort. 5. Will I have to buy all new components to get 3D content? If you have a standard Blu-ray Disc player then you will have to upgrade. There are models specifically designed for 3D playback and are marketed as such. It's possible that manufacturers will provide updates for older players, but it's more likely that they will stop producing non-3D players and push 3D versions instead. Both Sony PS3 and Xbox 360 have games and settings that allow 3D content to be displayed properly on your Mitsubishi HDTV. Plus, more games, movies, shows and sports are being produced in 3D, so check with your cable or satellite provider for details. 6. Can I use my existing HDMI cable or do I have to upgrade? If you have an HDMI category 2 high speed cable (or better) you are fine. The HDMI standards allow for varying degrees of bandwidth and features, so if you have a good cable from the last couple years it will be compatible with the 1.4a standards required by 3D. Of course upgrading your cable to an actual 1.4 version is recommended because the new cables incorporate an Ethernet channel, return audio and general improvements associated with technology and design improvements. 7. Is there 3D content available to watch or should I wait? Don't wait. The major motion picture companies have produced and are distributing 3D films on Blu-ray, and cable companies such as Comcast, Time Warner and Cox Communications have begun providing 3D content. Satellite providers DirecTV and DISH Network are making 3D movies and sports a top priority, and ESPN plans to have major sporting events in 3D very soon. In short, 3D is here and is catching on fast - it will soon be mainstream. 8. Are Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTVs compatible with DLP Link glasses? Yes. All Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTVs are compatible with DLP Link glasses. Plus, the TVs have a VESA jack so non-DLP Link glasses can be synchronized. 9. Are all 3D active shutter glasses the same, and are they cross-compatible? No and no. Active shutter glasses have to be synchronized to the TV to work properly and create the 3D effects. But there are many types of glasses: some are infrared (IR), some use Bluetooth or radio frequency (RF), just like some are meant for DLP displays and others just for LCDs. So make sure that when you purchase your TV and 3D kit they are designed to work with each other, and if your friends want to bring their glasses be sure to make sure they will work. 10. What is the difference between a 3D signal the the 3D TV display pattern? The 3D signal is the information sent from the source (like a Blu-ray player) to the TV or adapter. That data is then converted into a display pattern of a certain format. Mitsubishi HDTVs use checkerboard. There are three types of signals that are converted to checkerboard: Frame Packing: super-high resolution 3D signal that requires a lot of bandwidth so is not suitable for satellite or cable systems, just Blu-ray players and gaming systems. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps or 720p/60fps. Side-by-Side: these 3D signals contain two frames - one for each eye - that are suitable for satellite and cable transmissions. They are also suitable for Blu-ray discs. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps, 1080p/30fps, 1080i/60fps or 720p/60fps. Top-Bottom: Just like the signal type above, only the frames are split in half the other way. These 3D signals contain two frames - one for each eye - that are suitable for satellite and cable transmissions. They are also suitable for Blu-ray discs. The typical signal is 1080p/24fps, 1080p/30fps, 1080i/60fps or 720p/60fps.
Bose® has launched three new Lifestyle® systems -- the Lifestyle® T20 Home Theater System, Lifestyle® v25 Home Entertainment System and Lifestyle® V35 Home Entertainment System -- that feature digital 5.1 surround sound (including HD audio), Unify™ Technology, ADAPTiQ® audio calibration, 6 high-definition (HD) inputs including 4 HDMI, video upscaling and many other impressive features. The new Lifestyle® systems feature a sleek, low-profile control console with convenient front panel access and either Direct/Reflecting® or Jewel Cube® speaker arrays. Keep reading to find our more details and answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the new Lifestyle® systems! 1. What sets the Bose® Lifestyle® T20, Bose® Lifestyle® V25 and Bose® Lifestyle® V35 home theater systems apart from other home entertainment systems? T-Class™ and V-Class® systems deliver amazing sound in an easy-to-use, fully-integrated system. Your movies, video games, sports, music and favorite TV shows will look better and sound better than ever - but without the hassle of traditional home theater systems. In fact, the setup and use of your new Bose® Lifestyle® system is so easy you may not even need the instruction manual! Never before has a home theater system been so simple to set up and use, with visual and audible cues to make the process faster and less confusing, and similar ease of use if you wish to add or remove components later. And with 6 high definition (HD) input sources, you'll be hard pressed to run out of connections. 2. How are the new Bose® Lifestyle® systems different from each other? How are they the same? Speakers Music Remote Control Media Console Perfect for V35 Jewel Cube® AM/FM tuner, iPod/iPhone dock, Bose® Link Advanced, 2-line LCD display Low-profile, dark color Movie and music lovers who want the smallest, most advanced speakers; who upgrade to new technology when available; want easy setup and use V25 Direct/Reflecting® AM/FM tuner, iPod/iPhone dock, Bose® Link Advanced, 2-line LCD display Low-profile, dark color Movie and music lovers who frequently update technology and want easy setup and use T20 Direct/Reflecting® Bose® Link Basic Low-profile, light color Movie lovers who frequently update technology and want easy setup and use All three systems feature the new Bose® Unify™ Technology, which helps make setup and use much easier than other complete home theater systems. All three systems also feature ADAPTiQ®, a built-in audio calibration program that allows the system to tune itself to maximize performance based on your room's acoustic properties. Finally, the three systems all offer Videostage® 5 decoding circuitry, video upscaling (even to 1080p over HDMI), Digital Dynamic Range® compression circuitry and active stabilization. 3. What is the Bose® Unify™ intelligent integration system and how does it work? Put simply, Unify™ Technology is a built-in assistant that guides you through the setup and use of your new Lifestyle® home entertainment system. It helps you decide which connections to use, what to call them, assists in selecting audio and video sources, and even programs remotes! Unify™ will sense new connections and help you make sure they're connected properly, and if you remove a component it will detect that too and remove that source from the on-screen menu. Unify™ also determines remote control codes by deciphering the unique "signature" of your remotes, then uses its internal database to tell the main Bose® remote control what it will be controlling. 4. Why doesn't the Lifestyle® T20 have a radio or iPod/iPhone dock? The T20 is designed to be a home theater system, whereas the V25 and V35 are home entertainment systems. The Bose® Lifestyle® T20 system is meant for people who want to just watch movies or other A/V devices like satellite, cable boxes, etc. The Bose® Lifestyle® V25/V35 are meant to provide all possible sources and connections, enabling single-room or whole-house audio. The iPod/iPhone dock is only available for the V25 and V35 systems. So if you're big into movies but not radio, the T20 is a good choice. But if your iPhone never leaves your side and you enjoy listening to the local news, the V25 and V35 systems are a better choice. 5. Will my iPod model work with my new Bose® Lifestyle® V25 or Bose® Lifestyle® V35? The included iPod dock is "Made for iPod" certified. If your iPod can play video it will work with your new system. 6. Will my iPhone model work with my new Bose® Lifestyle® V25 or Bose® Lifestyle® V35? Yes. The included iPhone dock is being tested to become "Works with iPhone" to avoid the prompt for airplane mode to further enhance the experience. 7. Where is the front display on my media console? The Bose® Lifestyle® V25, Bose® Lifestyle® V35 and Bose® Lifestyle® T20 no longer have their own displays because they transmit the information to your HDTV as an on-screen display. Thus, your TV becomes the central point to make adjustments, modify settings, select sources and otherwise interact with the Bose® Lifestyle® systems. And since you don't have to see the front of the console for control, they can be hidden or placed in A/V furniture. 8. Can I use my Bose® Lifestyle® V35, V25 or T20 for multi-zone or whole-house audio? Can I use my Bose® Personal® Music Center II Remote Control with the V25/V35? The Bose® Lifestyle® V25 and Bose® Lifestyle® V35 home entertainment systems can be used with or without Bose® Lifestyle® 48/38 systems for expanded audio. However, the Bose® Lifestyle® T20 must be connected to a Bose® Lifestyle® 48/38 system using a Bose® Link cable connection. The PCM II Remote Control will not work with the new Bose® Lifestyle® systems. Only the included remote or the optional RC-35S Zone II Remote Control will work. 9. Do the Bose® Lifestyle® systems support high definition (HD) audio from Blu-ray Discs? Yes. The consoles can decode Dolby Digital TrueHD and uncompressed multichannel PCM from Blu-ray Disc Players. DTS-MA (master audio) contains only the 5.1 "core." It is recommended that you set your Blu-ray player to output PCM for both Dolby TruHD and DTS-MA to maximize the audio signal. 10. Can the Bose® Lifestyle® V25/V35/T20 upscale video? Yes. When using HDMI cables, video signals can be upscaled to full 1080p. 11. Why are there USB ports on the consoles? The USB jacks are for viewing pictures from a USB stick (also called a thumb drive or jump drive) and allow the unit's software to be updated using the USB stick provided with the system. The updates are downloaded from the internet, transferred to the USB stick, then installed in the Bose® Lifestyle® system. 12. Do the new Bose® Lifestyle® systems have ethernet jacks so I can connect them to the internet? No. None of the new Bose® Lifestyle® systems feature an ethernet port (RJ-45), but there are many third-party (non-Bose®) devices that can interface with the system to enable streaming content from the internet or files stored in your computer to be played through your Bose® Lifestyle® system. 13. Can I order the speakers in colors other than black? No. The speakers for all three systems are black. 14. Can the media consoles, subwoofer and speaker arrays be switched to make my own custom system? No. The consoles, Acoustimass® subwoofer and speakers are designed as complete units. This means that each system is meant to operate at its optimum performance with the pre-packaged components. Mixing other speakers, subwoofers or components is not recommended and will likely void the product's warranty.
The recent announcement of the Apple iPad Tablet has the tech industry buzzing. Stay tuned to this blog to find out when new accessories will be available for the new Apple iPad Tablet. In the meantime, check out our existing lineup of iPod/iPhone accessories and other Mac gear such as headphones, cables and adapters. Apple iPad Tablet Accessories Here are links to some products that will get you started. Keep checking back as manufacturers produce products specifically for the Apple iPad Tablet. We currently have a large selection of accessories that will work with the Apple iPad Tablet. iPod/iPhone and MP3 Players Accessories Headphones On-ear Headphones In-ear Headphones Over-ear Headphones Computer Backpacks This is an exciting time for everybody in the gadget world! We have many accessories that will work with the new Apple iPad Tablet. As details emerge about the iPad we will update our current products and bring you brand-new accessories. Stay tuned!
Visit our showroom to see the Sonos Multi-Room Music System powered by SonosNet 2.0 wireless mesh network technology. The revolutionary Sonos system is a true wireless system, with each main system component only requiring a power cord. Browse your iTunes library, skip tracks on Pandora, and stream thousands of songs quickly and easily with touchscreen remote controls, the free iPhone/iPod Touch app, or the free desktop manager. The more ZonePlayers and Bridges you add the better your system gets, enabling independent source, track and volume controls; the zones can also be linked together for seamless audio playback throughout your home or venue. Wireless Mesh Network Every ZonePlayer serves as a repeater that pushes your music to where ever your system components are located: bedroom, kitchen, basement, backyard -- if there's a signal you've got music. The mesh network uses sophisticated MIMO technology and multiple antennas and radios to boost signals, and unlike simpler access points, the mesh network will route data to the best node to ensure inteference-free performance. And since the mesh network uses its own AES encrypted peer-to-peer network, your internet bandwidth is not disturbed regardless of your Sonos system's size or complexity: once the data gets into the mesh network it uses the Sonos system, not your broadband connection. But don't worry, each system component automatically configures itself, meaning no manual setup or networking know-how is needed. Sonos ZonePlayers The heart of the system is the ZonePlayer. The ZP90, ZP120 and S5 are ZonePlayers. Each is designed to make listening to music easier and more enjoyable: the Sonos system is all about freedom and control. S5: is a high-performance wireless music system with 5 speakers powered by 5 dedicated digital amplifiers for crystal-clear, room-filling sound. Just plug it in wherever you want music. ZP90: connects directly to your home theater receiver, stereo system and more, so you can instantly add music to the audio equipment you already own. ZP120: has a built-in 55W per channel digital amplifier. Just add speakers to bring superior audio quality to any room. Sonos ZoneBridge and Sonos Controller Having access to your iTunes library and virtually unlimited choice of streaming internet music is useless unless you can harness that power with control. And what if you want to have wireless signals in a particular room but not necessarily audio? Sonos has you covered there, too: ZoneBridge: is a wireless product that can be used instead of a ZonePlayer to set up your wireless Sonos system. If your house doesn't have Ethernet wiring or your router is in a room where you don't want music, connect the ZoneBridge to your router to instantly activate the SonosNet wireless mesh network. The ZoneBridge can also be used as a wireless extender to increase the range of your system and expand the Controller's wireless coverage. Touchscreen Controller: a wireless, handheld Controller with a 3.5" full-color VGA display and ultra-responsive touch screen. Pick it up or touch the screen and it's instantly on, ready to play your music. You can quickly find and play all your music and control all your ZonePlayers with the touch of a finger. And dedicated Mute, Volume and Zones buttons get you to the functions you use most. Sonos Controllers are not tied to a specific ZonePlayer, so you can use any Controller to control the music - and the volume - in every room of the house. The Sonos Controller 200 provides instant access to your personal music library stored on your computer, plus thousands of Internet radio stations and the most popular online music services. And, it comes with a Charging Cradle so it's always ready to go and easy to find. Desktop Controller (installed on a computer): for Mac or PC is free software that's included with every ZonePlayer. It offers almost all of the functionality as the handheld Sonos Controllers, and allows you to control your entire system from any desktop or laptop computer in your house. iPhone/iPod Touch app: a free application that turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a full-fledged Sonos Controller. Plus, it fits in your pocket so you can carry it with you all over the house. Music Sources You've got the system, you've got the party going, now all you need are the tunes! Sonos can access your personal music files on your iPod, iPhone, MP3 player, computer, NAS (network attached strorage) device, internet radio stations, and can play a variety of free and paid music services. Wow! Personal Library: MP3 (compressed), WMA (compressed), AAC (MPEG4), iTunes, Ogg Vorbis, Audible (format 4), Apple Lossless, Flac (lossless), WAV (uncompressed), AIFF (uncompressed). Internet Radio: access thousands of free internet radio stations, ranging from the softest classical music to the hardest rock, with news, sports, talk and everything else between. Search for specific stations or browse the genres with ease. Music Services: AmazonMP3, Audible, Classical.com, eMusic, iTunes, Last.fm, LiveDownloads.com, Napster, Pandora, Rhapsody, SIRIUS Internet Radio, Walmart and Zune Marketplace. System Setup and Quality If all of this sounds like a nightmare of complexity, rest assured that setup is a breeze -- and it sounds great, too! You'll probably have more trouble setting up your DVD player than this amazing wireless music system. That's because all you need is a high-speed broadband internet connection, a router and two fingers: 1. Connect one ZoneBridge or ZonePlayer to your broadband router. 2. Add more ZonePlayers wirelessly. Wherever you want music. 3. Wirelessly control all your music and all your rooms from the palm of your hand. As I mentioned earlier, each component configures itself automatically, so there's no SSID's to memorize, no passwords to write down, no frustrating channels to set -- just plug in, push the two buttons, and hit play. And if you're wondering about sound quality and performance, just think about traditional radio and your modern broadband connection: radio signals are powerful, capable of going through walls and floors, and the incredible speeds and reliability of wireless technology means high-quality music comes through without skips, echoes, buffering and other frustrating symptoms of old technology. Plus, the SonosNet mesh technology network is AES encrypted, keeping problems out and the music on. So if you want to have a true wireless audio system, the Sonos system is the only way to go. By choosing Sonos you can stop worrying about your iPod dying because it can stay in its dock and you can control music from the other side of the house. You can stream Pandora or catch up on the latest news and sports without having to log into your computer or run upstairs to the TV. Nice night? Grab the S5 and head outside. All without having to run expensive speaker cables, extension cords for tables full of equipment, and gives you the power to decide what zones gets which music at what volume level. Stop standing around tiny iPod docks, stop having your buddy run inside to change a scratched CD, just "go Sonos" and live life wirelessly.
Bose® recently launched several new products to get the most from your Apple iPhone/iPod and iTunes music library: SoundDock® 10 Digital Music System a speaker dock that plays music and transmits video from tethered devices, SoundLink® Wireless Music System which plays streamed music from computers and the SoundDock® 10 Bluetooth Dock, which allows Bluetooth enabled devices to transmit music wirelessly to the SoundDock 10. If you love music and have a computer and digital music device then you need to check out these new products from Bose. Product descriptions and main features listed below, with links to product pages where you can buy online and receive free shipping! SoundDock® 10 Digital Music System Twiddlers® drivers combine mid-range and tweeter functions into a single speaker, producing crisp highs and rich middle tones while saving space and weight Subwoofer is built-in and utilizes waveguide technology, the porting acoustical amplification system found in the Wave® systems that create a feel and sound of a much larger stereo system for powerful listening from an unassuming source Auxiliary input allows other non-iPod/iPhone devices to be connected, such as disc players and other digital devices Video output takes your video from the small screen to your big screen Built-in dock charges and works with remote for effortless use SoundLink® Wireless Music System USB key plugs into your computer's USB port and streams music wirelessly to the speaker -- no software or setup required Rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides hours of hassle-free listening Remote control adjusts volume, play/pause and skip functions without having to interface with the computer Auxiliary input for a wide range of devices Built-in handle means you can easily take the party anywhere SoundDock® 10 Bluetooth Dock Dock inserts into the SoundDock 10 and receives Bluetooth signals from phones and devices Allows for untethered playing of music so you can remain truly mobile Sleek design and new technology offers excellent visual appeal and incredible technical performance These new products from Bose are a radical departure from under-powered, bulky, unattractive speaker docks of other brands. Bose literally brings decades of acoustic excellence to your tabletop, providing a rich listening experience with unmistakable visual appeal through continuous innovation and adoption of technological standards. Plus, the Bose interface is simple, providing ease of use and virtually no need to re-learn remotes or buttons -- just turn it on, plug in your device, and enjoy your music.