When ‘musical fruit’ just isn’t soothing enough in the bathroom, the Toilet Tunes Automatic Bathroom Entertainment System will step in. Your bathroom experience will never be the same.
The Toilet Tunes system works with two units. One will be placed in an area of your choosing and the other on the back of the lid so that when it’s raised a sensor will let the other unit know to start its magic. You can choose from several different musical tastes including jazz, latin guitar, techno/pop or even various nature sounds.
Sure, it’s a tube amp, a single ended one, and it will give you the audiophile quality sound you have been looking for. I mean, it has a frequency response of 10Hz all the way up to 100kHz, input impedence of 100kohms, input sensitivity of 2.7V RMS to get the full power output, and gain of 22.5 dB when using 8ohms.
You can also switch between 4 and 8 ohms. It has a 6N1P-EV, a 6N30P-DR, and the big ass tube is an Eimac 450TH. All that, and they still manage to give you a lot of power output at 160 watts, for a tube amp, that’s an amazing amount of power.
Recently manufacturers have been making in-dash receivers that not only take CDs, but SD cards as well. This is a great idea, as it's much easier to switch out your music on an SD card than it is to burn a new CD every time you want some new tunes. However, this latest receiver has decided to take this a step further by removing the CD player completely.
I doubt that there is anyone in the US that hasn't watched at least one episode of American Idol. I'm not a fan of the show, but you should check out the ones at the beginning of the season where they hold auditions. If you would just watch that, you would understand that theres a really good chance that you can't carry a tune. However, if you insist that your voice should be heard by others, you'll probably need a way to record it. This new mic from M-Audio is the perfect way to do it.
I won't pretend to be an audiophile. While I do have some knowledge of musical equipment thanks to my dad who is a musician, I'm sure plenty of you out there can spot the difference between an amplifier that is tube-based, and one that is not just by listening to it. If you're one of those, you've got to check out this iPod dock.
It's a while until my birthday, but if I have any closet admirers out there you may want to start saving up for Arcam's latest high-end home entertainment lump as I'd really rather like it. The FMJ MS250 Music Server has a 400GB hard-drive slapped inside a four-zone media player, capable of storing up to 640 uncompressed CDs or up to 4,800 compressed CDs.