iHOME iP76 LED Color Changing Speaker Tower takes you back to the disco era

When we first saw the iPhone ad, we all thought we’d never ever have to buy another product to enjoy our music. Boy! What an illusion that turned out to be! Just like almost every other product created by the big evil corporations who only want to make money by selling people products that require them to buy even more products from the same line to enjoy the first purchase, the iPhone too turned out to one such supposedly all-encompassing device that sadly fails to satisfy us just by itself.

Not only are there a gazillion other products/ apps that claim to make listening to music on the iPhone a better experience than the included headphones/ in-built speaker can give you, the iHOME iP76 LED Color Changing Speaker Tower too is one such creation that claims that it can enhance your iPhone/ some other smartphones/ music player’s functionality in a way that your expensive home theater unit cannot.

The iHOME iP76 LED Color Changing Speaker Tower is basically a three feet tall speaker running a quartet of Reson8 high performance speakers that supposedly sound better than the surround unit you already have. Thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, you can connect your music playing tower with almost any other player on your iPhone, smartphone, laptop, audio system and what have you. Integrated component video outputs make the tower compatible with your TV as well while its 16 multi-color LED clusters give you a modern take on the shiny disco ball effect right within the comfort of your home. The pulsing and sensational iHOME iP76 LED Color Changing Speaker Tower is set to make a debut in July this year at $199.99. Via: CNet/ Uber Gizmo


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