Motorola Japan have announced two new Bluetooth speakerphones and wireless speakers. The Motorola EQ7, left, and the Motorola EQ5, right, were designed in collaboration with JBL, and each support the A2DP stereo Bluetooth profile and the AVRCP wireless control profile, and run on battery power for total flexibility.
You can always count on JBL to create top-quality and interesting looking speakers. But in case you didn't have enough speaker options already, they've just updated the EON speakers line and let me tell you something: they look awesome!
If you're sick and tired of having to run wires through your house to mount speakers for surround sound, the JBL WEM-1 is the perfect thing to cut you free. This device transmits two channel audio over a 2.4 GHz wireless connection for up to 70 feet, making it so you don't have to run wires across the floor or snake them around furniture to hook up your rear speakers.
If you've ever had trouble installed boxy speakers in corners, JBL has heard your cries. With the JBL Control NOW Speakers, you can easily mount speakers in corners without leaving that awkward space behind them.
On occasion I do get sucked in like most women, into falling for gadgets that are disgustingly feminine. These speakers would happen to be one of those things, but in my defense it does come in colors besides pink.
By going wireless they are not only easier to install, but easier to move and repostion, and like I said, its less clutter in your home theater. Now they haven’t quite figured out the whole wireless power thing, so you will still need an outlet to plug the sub into, but an outlet is probably far easier to come by than it is to install audio wiring to wherever you want your sub.
The downside, other than the price of each, is that they run on the 2.4GHz frequency which means wireless devices galore have a chance of causing interference. There are however four channels to choose from which combined with the channel selection on the other 2.4GHz devices in your house should make it easier to find an interference free signal.
There is no doubt iPod enjoyed the most accessories companion from third party company such as JBL. This time JBL introduce something for Nokia 5310 music mobile phone called JBL On Call 5310 system that works as docking system and speakers.
So there are 3 major parts to this story, first, there is an anecdote pertaining to a sheikh and a similar JBL sound system installed in his yacht, then there is the system showed off by JBL, and then the Project Everest DD66000 speakers themselves. So to start with the Project Everest DD66000 speakers, they are heavy, that’s first and foremost weighing 360 pounds a piece.
They will nearly cost you their weight in gold too, ringing up at a rounded $40,000 each. JBL says they haven’t been able to keep them in stock since they began production.
The Reference Series of headphones from JBL provides excellent sound quality, comfort, and style, designed to meet a wide variety of needs. Although all rather spiffy looking, the most deserving of our attention is the wireless R610 Bluetooth model.
The Reference 610 features integrated controls on the earpiece to adjust volume, select tracks, and play/pause your music. It's equipped with rechargeable batteries and a universal battery charger. And should you need to be connected, it also comes with a 1.75m cable. Pricing for the Reference series ranges from $79.95 to $299.95. Shown after the break are the folded up 510 model and the 410 model.