Soundfreaq's Sound Stack is a bookshelf hi-fi that lets you keep your iPhone in your pocket, provided its no more than 33 feet away. But while built-in Bluetooth adds an extra feature to an otherwise standard high-end digital music system, it mainly serves as a reminder of why many of its peers stick to a dock-only format.
The minimalist HiddenRadio blends into its surroundings, but when you whip out your iPhone and start streaming music to it over Bluetooth, its full, balanced sound is sure to demand attention. We're giving away the HiddenRadio that we recently reviewed, and the company also provided a 20% discount code we'll share after the jump...
Apple’s ditched the 30-pin connector on new iPods and iPhones, so if you’re still connecting your device to a speaker dock, you’ll need an adapter if you upgrade your device. Or you can just upgrade your speakers too--Bluetooth speakers like the handsome Logitech UE Boombox ($249.99, www.logitech.com) stream your music from old and new iPhones, with no docking required. And you can win one this month.
It's too early to see it, but you know in the next couple weeks the market is going to be flooded with accessory deals as manufacturers prepare for the iPhone 5. For now, things are holding steady, but the dam's gonna burst soon. Meanwhile, get your hands on some of these top tasty bargains.
Travel speakers aren’t just for traveling, or at least not for going too far. The thoughtful design of iHome’s iDM11 makes it great for road warriors, but also for rocking out in the kitchen, the bathroom, the garage, or anywhere that isn’t already wired for sound.