Sonneteer has introduced the Morpheus Music Server, which works in conjunction with the Music Centre. In short, this system does it all. It can play music from the Internet, any home computer, flash drives, memory sticks and even your cell phone and radio. In fact, this system has over 12,000 radio stations as well as on-demand programming.
Google is taking aim at the iPhone 3GS and releasing details about their Nexus One Android-powered smartphone at an event on Tuesday, January 5th. Early reports have applauded the video quality of the screen over the iPhone 3GS, possibly making it the new portable video player to own.
Whether you see high fidelity iPhone and iPod products as a novel and wonderful idea or simply an attempt to grab the low hanging fruit, you can’t deny their popularity. At least until the next big thing comes along. The latest product designed to improve upon the sound of your MP3s is the Trends Audio TA-10.2 Class T Amp.
Wednesday, 09 December 2009
The Art.Station is the newest product from the David Wiener Collection. It’s got a hand polished chassis crafted from a block of solid aluminum, and a design that embraces a half minimalistic half steampunk approach.
The CasaTunes XLi and XLe are digital music servers with a fairly low cost and pretty strong capability. Designed with custom installers and advanced home users in mind, the CasaTunes XL servers are capable of sending individual audio streams to any room in the house. CasaTunes’ XL music servers feature a hardware based multi-zone switch with individual volume levels and the ability to swap zones at will.