Tag Archive: Speaker


Grace Encore, The Wi-Fi Speaker From the 80s

Black-ash finish? Check. Big four-inch woofer? Check. Plenty of knobs and dials and even a built-in screen? Check, check, check! If you were to glance sideways at the Grace Encore (GDI-IRC7500) Stereo System whilst simultaneously taking some experimental military drug… Read more ›     

Snail Speaker: Guess What It Looks Like

We’ve seen several horn speakers here on Cult of Mac, and made at least as many schoolboyish horn jokes. But to my knowledge this is the first speaker that looks like an acoustic amplifying horn, but is in fact just… Read more ›     

iLoud Bluetooth Guitar Speaker Rawks [Review]

iLoud byIK Multimedia Category: Speakers Works With: Anything Price: $ 300 To save time, here’s my advice: If you have an iPad or iPhone, a guitar and $ 300 to spend, then spend it on the iLoud. It’s a small, portable Bluetooth… Read more ›     

For the musician on the go, in the studio, or on the stage, this Cult of Mac Deals offer is designed to meet all your mobile sound needs. iLoud is the first portable Bluetooth speaker designed with musicians and audiophiles… Read more ›     

The Earjax® Echo is a Bluetooth speaker that truly embodies simplicity and functionality. About the size of an 8oz can of soda, you can pair it with your phone, tablet, or MP3 player and take music with you wherever you… Read more ›     

If there’s one thing the fine citizens of the United States love in their cars it’s cup holders. God knows why a car needs like 20 places to stow a bucket of coffee or soda, but it does. Which means,… Read more ›     

LAS VEGAS, CES 2014 – The rush to announce products at CES means that we often see CGI renders and vague price promises, just to get in on the news action. But we’re giving Supertooth a break here for two… Read more ›     

Finally, a Bluetooth® speaker made for on-the-go lifestyles. With an integrated omnidirectional microphone, The PULSE combines music-playing and conference-calling capabilities in a palm-sized package. Weighing in at only 2.3 ounces, it attaches almost anywhere with the included clip – backpacks,… Read more ›     

Wren’s V5AP is still one of my favorite AirPlay speakers, but recently I’ve been kinda off the whole AirPlay thing thanks to an the crazy East German walls of my apartment building. These walls are too crumbly to let me… Read more ›     

Remember back when a button was a button, and not a skeuomorphic touch-screen fake complete with drop shadows and gradients? Me too. Back in the 1980s and beyond, kids had tougher fingers thanks to all the button-pushing that went on,… Read more ›