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Aiaiai Capital Headphones

New from AIAIAI, the Capital is a foldable and flexible Headphone with a distinctive design. Built to withstand heavy, everyday use in urban environments, they are rugged, durable, and weather resistant. Made from reinforced fiberglass with a lightweight rubber-brace, the Capital also feature a folding function for easy storage, a in-line remote for music control, a microphone for calls, and a dynamic 40mm closed titanium drivers for a clear and accurate sound. Watch the video



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IPHONE PORTABLE AMPLIFIER HORN STAND | Image

IPHONE PORTABLE AMPLIFIER HORN STAND

This is fun! the BONE Horn Stand speaker slips on to your iphone for lo-fi amplification. Made out of silicon, and using old-fashioned acoustical science, this gadget adds 13 decibles of sound to your iphone´s speakers without using any battery power! it also works has a stand! cool....
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SONY HDR-MV1 | MUSIC VIDEO RECORDER | Image

SONY HDR-MV1 | MUSIC VIDEO RECORDER

Sony have unveiled the HDR-MV1, a camcorder aimed for musicians, perfect for recording band rehearsals, practice sessions, and live gigs. The device allows musicians to record pro-quality sound and videos in full high-definition, with dynamic studio-quality sound and transfer them easily to the web. It features a 120-degree X-Y stereo microphone, a speaker and a 2.7-inch LCD for checking recordings, plus built-in Wi-Fi, Micro SD slot, and a Carl Zeiss lens. The HD c...
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KINDLING CRACKER

This is genius, invented by a 13 year old girl for a school science fair project (advanced from prototype to production in just two years), the Kindling Cracker safely turns firewood into kindling. The tool lets you cut kindling safely and easily without having to swing a sharp axe. Rather than swinging a blade at the wood, the device lets you split wood against a blade inside the iron safety ring, by taping it with a mallet or even another log. The cast iron device...
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