Click to viewWe've covered a handful of new and modded Lasonic gear here at Giz, but I finally got up close with their fabled i931 iPod Ghetto Blaster. If you're unfamiliar, Lasonic made some classic boomboxes during the 80s, and now they've updated their TRC-931 boombox with a built-in iPod dock, SD card reader and… »
The Lasonic iPod Ghetto Blaster has been hyped for a while now, but this was our first opportunity to get a look at it up close—and as you can see, we took full advantage. We also managed to score a full-feature list which I lovingly hand-typed word-for-word from a spec sheet (weird errors and all). And for those of… »
Lasonic showed off their prototype old school boombox that has been updated for the new millennium of hipsters.
As Justin Timberlake's Sexy Back put the group into hypnotic pop Nirvana, we admired the 5 band equalizer, USB/SD/MP3 support, DVD drive with display and sweet analog tuner. Hopefully Lasonic will actually … »
What you're seeing here is a bit of a tragedy: A vintage Lasonic TRC-931 (v2), vivisected to include a built-in DVD player and screen where once lived a tape deck. There were other TRC-931 on display in Lasonic's booth, some with audio minijack inputs, built-in MP3 players with SD slots; that sort of thing. »