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GhettoBlaster v.2004

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by LaCosaNostra, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. LaCosaNostra

    LaCosaNostra 12oz Senior Member

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    GhettoBlaster v.2004

    Discussion started by LaCosaNostra - Nov 24, 2004

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/11/24/ip...cessory_update/

    North American iPod users can now blast the music collections to the whole street courtesy of accessory maker Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO)'s latest add-on for the digital music device.

    Actually, 'add-on' seems too small a word. The iBoom is an entire ghettoblaster with a handy slot in which to drop Apple's miniscule MP3 player.
    DLO iBoom

    The unit accommodates all iPods, old and new, classic and Mini, with the exception of the iPod Photo. A button flips the machine's amplifier between the integrated FM radio - with four station pre-sets - and the iPod, the latter controlled from its own clickwheel. The beefed up sound is pumped out of four speakers.

    For outdoor listening, the iBoom can take six D-size batteries. Indoors, there's an AC adaptor to use, which also charges the iPod while it's in the boombox.

    DLO is selling the iBoom through CompUSA stores and online via dlodirect.com. The unit retails for $150.

    Separately, Hungarian in-car audio specialist Denison this week unveiled an update to its ice>Link adaptor for car stereos. ice>Link connects an iPod to headunits that support an auxiliary input for CD changers. The upshot: you can use your motor's cassette or CD player to control the iPod and play the songs it holds.

    The newly announced ice>Link Plus builds on the current version by utilising the iPod's screen as a secondary display device, and even patches iPod clickwheel and button presses back onto the host car audio system.

    The new version can also use the iPod itself as a firmware update source, grabbing updates copied first from a PC or Mac to the iPod. Denison has also introduced a line of mounting units for third- and fourth-generation iPods and iPod Minis, which hook up via the dock connector. A plug-in combo Firewire/remote control/earphone unit is available for first- and second-generation iPods.
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  2. Overtime

    Overtime Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Overtime - Replied Nov 24, 2004

    damn, maybe ill get an iPOD just for that...
     
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  3. cloner

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  4. duh-rye-won

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    duh-rye-won - Replied Nov 24, 2004

    why the thumbs down? seems cool to me.
     
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  5. LaCosaNostra

    LaCosaNostra 12oz Senior Member

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    LaCosaNostra - Replied Nov 24, 2004

    becuase real ghettoblasters dont look so homosexual.
     
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  6. cloner

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    cloner - Replied Nov 24, 2004

    i gave it the thumbs down cause i just though the bose thing was way cooler.
     
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  7. 26SidedCube

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    26SidedCube - Replied Nov 24, 2004

    Real ghettoblasters don't say 'boom' on the side, that's for damn.
     
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  8. InnerCityRebel

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    i agree
     
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  9. why write?

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    why write? - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    im so fucking jelous...i want just a normal ipod
     
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    Fabo 2 - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    that not homo, it's ergonomic
    world of difference.
     
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    Brewster Baker - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    me too.. and a digital camera


    i'm so old school
     
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    Overtime - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    im gettin a new digi soon, im so stoked, then,,,,,im gettin indoor plumbing...
     
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    why write? - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    me too.. and a digital camera


    i'm so old school
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    hah me too, thats funny....my old one broke, what a bitch....im so poor
     
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  14. LaCosaNostra

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    LaCosaNostra - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    Ipods are teh hottness, but i am NOT going to purcharse that iBoom bullshit.
     
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    Zed Riedfly - Replied Nov 25, 2004

    ya right you would probably roll it up on your scrottim
     
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