Do people still go inline skating? I suppose that they do, but I can't say that I've actually seen anyone doing such a thing since the 90's. Everyone around here seems to be far more interested in skateboarding. If you're into that kind of thing, here's a way to add a little something to your skate.
Do you remember what it was like when you were a kid and you finally got to ride your very own two-wheel bike without any training wheels? It takes far more skill to keep a bike with two wheels upright than it does to keep a bike with training wheels up. A new company is hoping you won't mind taking a step back and turning your bike into a 5-wheeler.
The CA series, much like their AC counterparts, are meant to stand up to all the elements. The only difference is that this time, the speaker company from Maine made them flush mountable.
There are 8 models in this line, ranging from 5.25” all the way up to 8 inches. There are dedicated woofers, speakers with dual voice coils to cover the highs, and Mid/Bass speakers.
The AC series of speakers are enclosed weather-proof speakers that are meant to be surface mounted to wherever you can stick them. The AC for all those who don’t know, stands for All Climate. The speakers are manufactured in one of the harshest climates in the US, Maine. So they can pretty much guarantee that they will work in any weather.
The speakers implement a Wide-Fi technology that allows one loudspeaker to output both channels of audio. Implementing multiple Wide-Fi speakers only increases the audio quality.
If there's one sport that I'm absolutely terrible at, it's tennis. While my golf skills may be lacking, I can at least make up for it by putting my putt-putt skills to work on the green. Tennis on the other hand, just doesn't happen. If you're good enough to hit the ball and actually make it land within the designated box, you might enjoy this new racket from Prince.