Whether you're going for a completely zen Japanese garden-style decor, or have decorated your living room like you're back in 'Nam, this iBamboo speaker will slot right into your life. Best of all, it doesn't need batteries or power.
The floating half orbs, the exquisite teardrop, the glowing blue light, and well, everything about these Speakal speakers makes this a number one seller among aliens. Luckily, us humans can buy one too.
Are black, silver, pink and blue the most popular iPod Nano colors? According to JVC, yes, yes they are. The SP-A130 speaker not only matches those Nanos in size, but also shade.
What happens when you want to listen to your iPod Nano on the can, but don't want to put on a pair of headphones for fear that you'll accidentally drag the Nano into the toilet? You use Green Power's speakers.
Clearly a product of the deep-sea geothermal vent creature school of cuteness, the Yuen'To Music Ball is an adorable, albeit expensive, powered portable speaker.
Very cool idea here: these $29 X-Mini II speaker balls improve on the original X-Minis greatly: they can be daisy chained together for an infinitely expandable grouping of rock action.
If you are an early adopter like myself, you have probably left a trail of iPods in your wake. This little DIY project is a great way to repurpose those obsolete players as desktop speakers.
On some level, I know that these minimalistic wireless speakers by Phillipe Starck are classy works of art. But when I look at them, all I can think about is Nuni and Nooni Schoener.
These Neoneco Swing Speakers from Korea hook onto your iPod nano, classic or touch and provides sound where there was none before. It's not made for any sort of high fidelity sound reproduction, but at a battery life of 10 hours (it's got a separate power source) it provides bare-minimum sound on the go. Grab one from…
If it's compatibility you're after, Sharp's new stereo has you covered on all fronts. In addition to docking with your iPod, the DK-A1H can play MP3s/WMAs, CDs, and even FM/AM radio (remember that?). The stereo has a built-in sub that should provide you with enough audio oomph to fill a studio or a bedroom. It's…
Hurrah for Danish Laydeez Birgitte Smedegaard and Stine Weiss, who have knocked up these Jamo i200 iPod speakers in their garden shed. And they're not too pricey, either—we found them for $149—which is not bad for the crisp sound they will give to your choons. Available in black and white, you can either wallmount…
Get a pair of these Lightwave Color Changing Speakers and watch them react to music with real-time beat recognition. If you grow weary of the blinking lights you can set these orbs to stick with just one of their 12 colors.
Take the QDOS Genesis vivre en musique portable speaker out into the world, and you'll be carrying 360-degree surround sound wherever you go. Plug your iPod into its dock connector, and its four AA batteries will power four amplified speakers, each driving 3 watts of power, for eight hours of continuous music.
No need to worry about batteries when you take along the Bird-Electron EZ-TAKEGTF2 electricity-free portable bamboo speaker ($199). Just plug the stereo miniplug into your MP3 player and you can rock the bamboo, off-grid style.
The JLab Audio MiniBlaster for iPod nano is a portable speaker system into which you insert your iPod nano, and out comes some really big sound. The small device has the same shape as the iPod nano, except it's about an inch thicker. Using either four AAA batteries or the included AC adapter, the MiniBlaster's two…