Bluetooth Speakers Are the New Bookshelf Stereos for the Living Room

100812-bowers-wilkins-a5-and-a7-wireless-music-systems-1-570x463.jpgPortable and wireless speakers have gone from niche to mainstream lately; I’ve noticed a trend towards larger wireless Bluetooth-compatible speakers designed to be the audio foundation of a living room, home office, or bedroom, replacing last generation’s mini-bookshelf stereos, but taking a lot less space. Here are 5.

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Geneva Lab Sound System XS: Retro Clamshell Alarm Clock Speaker

Geneva Lab has just revealed their new Sound System XS, a portable/travel-sized speaker that looks like a retro clamshell alarm clock. This little guy is Bluetooth-compatible, so you’ll be able to send your tunes to it wirelessly.

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Stylish Kami Sound iPod Dock By Alvaro Uribe

091809_rg_alvarorbidock_01.jpgIn our quest to find great looking iPod docks, we are always confronted at how some of them just look awful while other ones look really good. It’s hard to make a choice when there are so many on the market. Luckily, there are always a few great ones making their way into stores.

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BeoSound 9000 Vs Muji CD Player

051409_rg_muji_cd_player_04.jpgAre CD players still relevant? When was the last time that you actually used a real CD player, not the combo drive on your laptop? I can’t really remember, but it seems that these devices are still useful, just like old DVD players. A lot of people still have hundreds of CDs and these CDs can be easily played in a standalone CD player, like these ones. Of course, they belong to different markets. One of them is a standalone player that’s been on the market for years. The other one is Bang & Olufsen’s top of the line model.