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Shipping now: iHome iP76 color changing speaker tower

updated 06:58 pm EDT, Thu May 17, 2012

Three feet tall, bluetooth streaming, with universal iOS device dock

Accessory maker iHome announced a new product in its growing line of home audio accessories. The new iP76 is a LED color changing tower stereo speaker system. Audio sources can be provided by an iOS device, other wireless devices with Bluetooth version 1.2 compatibility, or any device with a line out jack.

The three foot tall, eight pound speaker tower features the ability to charge your iOS device while docked, Bluetooth wireless audio streaming, four speakers, component video-out docks to play video from a docked device, and an auxiliary line-in jack. The universal dock includes inserts for a more custom fit for many iOS device.

The translucent cabinet changes color at the touch of a control. Five display modes are available, from a slow fade through all the colors the unit is capable of displaying, a continuous favorite color, a pulsation to the music, a strobe effect, or a dimmable lamp function.

The iHome iP76 is available now at the iHome online store and at retail for $200. The iHome application for custom control and radio streaming of the speaker tower is available on the iTunes App Store for $2.




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  1. macnnoel

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    where are the "tweeners?"

    Ya know, there should be the one foot, one foot and a half, two foot, two foot and a half. Doesn't iHome care they are losing market share and sales buy not offering at least half a dozen variations to confuse customers with? Sort of like that iPad mini and iPhone goliath edition Apple is about release.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    um

    Maybe it's because iHome listens to Apple and believes the average customer is too stupid to make a decision unless it's basically forced on them. So just make three models, make them different in so many ways, so the user is drawn to just a specific one. See, even stupid people can buy apple products!

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