iLuv has announced successor to its HD radio line-up with iHD171HD, adding iTune tagging feature and a brand new look. Don’t you just love the look of the old school analog style tuning knob? Much like the previous models, the iHD171 HD Radio is compatible with iPhones and iPods; has 30 programmable presets with ability to charge a connected “i-devices”; tunes legacy AM/FM radio; and can be functioned as a dual alarm clock as well.
A typical soundbar eliminates wires connection to 2nd stereo speaker, slender design with space-saving feature but the iLuv iSP200 has more to offer; the speaker bar has a built in 3 ports USB hub that can be daisy chained your auxiliary devices like the keyboard or mouse.
iLuv have officially announced their latest internet radio, the iLuv iNT170, with access to 15,000 radio stations and podcasts, twin 2.5W stereo speakers and WiFi. The iNT170 has a large, dimmable monochrome display, FM radio and a dual-alarm digital clock; it can also be used with your iPod or other PMP, thanks to a 3.5mm line-in socket.
iLuv have announced a new portable stereo speaker, the suppository-shaped iSP100. Promising "explosive sound", the iSP100 runs off of three AAA batteries and has two 2W speakers; although the company is positioning it as an iPhone or iPod accessory, a standard 3.5mm input means that it will work with any sound source.
iLuv has just announced their Dual Dock Alarm Clock for the iPhone and iPod. Called the iMM173, this model will be the first from iLuv that is compatible with both the iPhone 2G and 3G.
Rocking the budget-Bose look, iLuv's latest surround sound home theatre setup, the i1255, gives you the choice between DVD and iPod audio and video playback. Your $149.99 obviously doesn't get you a high-def powerhouse - outputs, for instance, are S-Video or standard AV - but there's flexibility a-plenty if you're not bothered with the 1080p revolution.
iLuv have announced its first two HD Radio alarm clocks, the i168 and i169, which include stereo speakers, standard AM/FM radio, an auxiliary input and, in the case of the i169, a dock for your iPod. Both also feature dual alarms, which can rouse you with the radio, tracks from your iPod on the i169, or a boring old buzzer if you're a traditionalist. The reasonably-sized displays are compatible with HD Radio's text-on-screen feature, that displays station name, track title and artist information.
jWIN Electronics is offering a new portable multimedia tablet-style DVD player, the iLuv i1055, that features a 7-inch TFT LCD and an iPod dock on the back. So now when you’re on the go, not only can you watch movies from your iPod on a larger screen, but you’re also charging it at the same time. The player supports three different power sources:10-volt AC adapter, 12V cigarette lighter adapter, and built-in rechargeable battery. Comes in black or white, and is priced at $229.95. Available now at iLuv.
The latest in Bluetooth headsets is the iLuv i903 and i202 models. The i903 takes the form of a traditional overhead design with soft-cushioned ear pads and noise canceling technology, while the i202 clips directly to the ears with no apparent connection between the two cans, which is a first and a good thing because the lack there of will definitely make you look more cool than odd like previous wireless sets as the Etymotic Ety8. The i903 and i202 both come with Bluetooth audio adapter and are priced respectively at $100 and $90.
Picture of the i903 after the jump.
Those crazy cats over at iLuv have unveiled yet another iPod multimedia system. While yesterday's i180 was designed to allow your iPod to become a makeshift DVR, the new i7500 is simply designed to allow you to blast your music as loudly as possible. Available in both black and white, the i7500 features an iPod dock, a remote control, and compatiblity with iPod 3G, iPod 4G (a.k.a. iPod Photo), iPod Video, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle. As fas as playback options go, the device will playback anything that the iPod supports in addition to an AM/FM radio tuner, CD/CD-R/CD-RW/CD-MP3 capabilities, and the abilty ti playback files stored on SD/MMC/MS cards. So, the next time you need a loud audio system, just look no further than the i7500 and your trusty iPod.