Nothing like sprucing up the sound bytes with a little ceramic creativity. We were once skeptical of the ceramic speaker idea, but after having brains melted with audio heaven at a local audiophile shop, we're fairly convinced you can mix the two without much degradation to sound quality. Here are our picks to inspire some additional shiny to your music routine.
- Joey Roth Ceramic Speakers
- Hi-Fido: Doggy-Shaped Ceramic Speakers
- Pig Speaker: Well, That's One Way to Camouflage a Speaker
- Philips Ceramic Speakers
- Broberg Ridderstrale Ceramic Cone Speaker
- John Caswell - The Wailers Ceramic Speakers
- Zemi Ceramic Ball Speakers
- Phonofonics II - Ceramic iPod Speaker
Our favorite from the bunch? The incredible looking Phonofonics II, of course! Even though it costs $835, it's said to be able to get a 55 dB sound level out of your iPod without using any external power. Now that's shiny and impressive! If we could only get our hands on one to check out the sound quality...