The sound Awakens with these Star Wars speakers

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With The Force Awakens release right around the corner, it’s no surprise that you’ll begin to see a large influx of new Star Wars products hit the market. If you recall the madness that was Force Friday a month ago, then you can definitely catch my drift. I mean, who wouldn’t want their own BB-8, or Millenium Falcon drone? Granted yes, Force Friday focused on toys, but there is so much more products that transcend that threshold.

At the current moment, I’ve got my eyes set on some very stylish Bluetooth speakers. While you may be thinking what the big deal is on speakers, when you see them, you might change your tune (pun intended).

First Order TIE Fighter

TIE Fighter Speaker

This first speaker is an iHome TIE Fighter Bluetooth speaker that comes with an acrylic stand. Using it is simple with one-touch connectivity to whatever Bluetooth device you wish to use. There’s also a 3.5mm jack that you can utilize for audio as well. Not only does the speaker light up while in use, but you can also charge it at the same time.

Specs:

  • Wirelessly stream music from up to 30 ft. away
  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, and 2.1+EDR enabled devices
  • Auto-link button for fast, easy Bluetooth setup
  • Also plays audio from devices equipped with 3.5mm headphone jack (cable included)
  • Take calls from your paired device on your TIE Fighter
  • Frequency Response: 100Hz to 16Khz
  • Power: [email protected]%THD
  • Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (a charge lasts up to 8 hours)
  • Charges via micro USB with the included cable (to charge via wall, you must provide your own wall to USB adapter)
  • Dimensions: 9.2″ x 6.2″ x 10.9″
  • Weight: 2 lbs.

Retail: $50.00

Source: ThinkGeek

Millenium Falcon

Millenium Falcon Speaker

Next is another iHome device, but this time it’s our favorite smuggler ship, the Millenium Falcon. Now this version might not make the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs, but it will stream audio from up to 30ft. away. The Falcon has all the same features as the First Order TIE Fighter above, with the biggest difference being that the engines light up more on this than the TIE Fighter. Unfortunately, Chewie is not included with this.

Specs:

  • Wirelessly stream music from up to 30 ft. away
  • Compatible with Bluetooth 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, and 2.1+EDR enabled devices
  • Auto-link button for fast, easy Bluetooth setup
  • Also plays audio from devices equipped with 3.5mm headphone jack (cable included)
  • Take calls from your paired device on your Millennium Falcon
  • Frequency Response: 100Hz to 16Khz
  • Power: [email protected]%THD
  • Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery (a charge lasts up to 8 hours)
  • Charges via micro USB with the included cable (to charge via wall, you must provide your own wall to USB adapter)
  • Dimensions: 10.4″ x 7.2″ x 9.5″
  • Weight: 2 lbs.

Retail: $50.00

Source: ThinkGeek

C-3PO and Stormtrooper

C3PO Stormtrooper Speaker

These are definitely the speakers you’re looking for. In this set, ACWorldwide has crafted some beautiful Bluetooth speakers for any Star Wars fan. The set is a 2.1 system that comes with 2 speakers, one C-3Po and the other a Stormtrooper, as well as a subwoofer. The speakers connect via one of 3 ways: using a smartphone or tablet through Bluetooth, through NFC technology or using a PC or other audio device through an auxilary cable.

One cool feature is what happens as you connect through Bluetooth; both their eyes blow blue, and they both say a catchphrase. C-3PO says “I do believe they think I’m some sort of god,” while the Stormtrooper says “Move along.” Each speaker has it’s own built-in mic, so you can actually take calls while connected through Bluetooth.

Specs:

  • Output Powerful Ported Subwoofer: 15W – 102mm 2.3ᘯ
  • Output Speakers: 2 x3W – 32mm 4ᘯ
  • Frequency Response: 20HZ -20KHZ
  • DC input: 9v, 2.5h
  • Battery: 8.4V,2200mAh
  • Battery time: 4-5 hours
  • Battery Charge Time: 2-3 hours
  • Bluetooth Version: CSR 4.0

Retail: $150.00

Source: Kickstarter

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