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CES brings out all the coolest gadgets, and these wireless speakers from Massive Audio are no exception. They work with an iOS or Android app and can be paired together so you could have a small fleet of Daleks playing your favorite tunes. The design is wonderfully detailed and even includes a glowing blue Dalek eye and a lit TARDIS light.

Even better, there are sound effects so you get 6 TARDIS noises and the Daleks will yell “Obey!” and “Exterminate!” jut like the real deal. There are also two different TARDIS-themed headphones and, if you were at the show, there was a life-size Dalek roaming about the booth blasting tunes.

According to Mashable, Pricing will be $120 for the TARDIS speaker or $150 for the Dalek with a “Dalek Sec” variant that’s black for $120. Headphones will run for $60 wired or $120 wireless. Expect to see them go on sale in late spring.

See more pictures and video after the break.

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You’ll kick your old boring  portable speakers to the curb when you see these adorable Marvel rechargeable speakers. You can choose from Hulk, Iron Man, or Captain America and can even get all three and daisy-chain them together. Each measures 3.5″ x 6.1″ x 6.7″ and recharges via an included micro USB cable. A single charge will give you about 10 hours of listening time.

See the entire lineup after the break…

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There are all sorts of cute little phone docks out there, but this one is the most impressive we’ll likely ever see. It was built by George Dinkel and took him six months of work. The iReliquary 1.0 includes rhinestones, polymer clay and gold and silver powder. It’s also a Bluetooth sound system. What’s he going to do when Apple changes they shape of their phones again?

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A TARDIS speaker will be materializing in your home very soon, complete with Bluetooth connectivity for all your tablets and smartphones. Features include:

  • Electronic Volume Control +/-
  • 2.1 Channel Speaker System
  • Highly efficient amplification technology
  • Professional three speaker design
  • Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, A2DP & AVRCP
  • USB Charger
  • Dual colour LED indicator (Blue and White)
  • Aux-in 3,5mm
  • A remote control (factory standard design) – Volume, Bass, track forward, track Back, Power on/off, Bluetooth and Aux connectivity
  • 9 second BBC Doctor Who TARDIS Landing soundtrack when pairing to Bluetooth.

The TARDIS speaker is available for pre-order now with shipping slated for April 2013.

Product Page (£150 or $233)

Blast audio of of the back of Batman’s head with this fully rechargeable POP! audio figure that packs 32mm speaker drivers in a regular POP!-sized package.

Product Page: ($27)


Haven’t had enough Angry Birds yet? I’m sure a backlash is on the horizon, but in the meantime a speaker series is on the way from gear4.

Despite the red bird having a reputation for being useless, the speaker is actually quite functional. Both the red bird and bomber bird versions have the ability to connect to a mobile device with an auxiliary cable. It also comes with a separate iPhone/iPod/iPad dock. The green pig version, on the other hand, has a built-in helmet dock for the iPod/iPhone.

Look for the speakers to be released later this fall for $79.99-$99.99.

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Today at CES, the audio specialists at Speakal announced the fruit of a partnership with the BBC that will certainly delight fans of Doctor Who and Top Gear—Tardis and Stig speakers.

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Plug in one of these 11.5-inch Dancing Pet Speakers (MiPet) into an audio source like the iPhone and you will unleash horrors that must be seen to be believed.

And what will be the soundtrack to Armageddon? ABBA—naturally. Check out the video after the break.

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What’s scarier than a little 2-watt speaker shaped like a vampire or a wolfman? A little 2-watt speaker shaped like Hello Kitty.

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Although these speakers look like the type of wall installation that could destroy your house with noise, in reality they are sound-dampening foam tiles. They attach to a wall using double-sided tape and a special wallpaper which is apparently used to protect the surface they’re attached to. This is a perfect way to soundproof a room without using that material that looks like a 3D checkerboard of upside down egg cartons, and will give your room that “I want to be loud, but can’t” vibe.

Product Page: (¥4,935, or about $54 each via Oh Gizmo)