Piano maker Steinway & Sons has partnered with Lyngdorf Audio founder Peter Lyngdorf to create a new line of ultra-high end audio visual systems. Steinway Lyngdorf, as the partnership is called, is releasing the Model-D music system which will include a full set of speakers and a receiver featuring Lyngdorf's RoomPerfect automatic acoustic calibration system. Less than 100 will be available at initial release, and these bad boys are gonna cost $150,000 each. Which is perfect, because why pay for a house when you can own speakers instead!
Skullcandy's new G.I. Headphones come in a variety of military-inspired styles, and even come with bullets across the leather band. They cost $69.95 - which is a bit much considering they're purely fashion-oriented - but they look pretty hardcore. Bullets on the band! These are... / Continue →
YG Acoustics has created their line of Voyager loudspeakers which come in at $100,000 per pair. And even if you have the money (which you don't) you probably can't get them because they're only available to music and film "industry leaders." Each speaker is made of cast aluminu... / Continue →
Remember the $19,000 turntable from last week? Well you must be some sort of poor person to buy those, because Goldmund's "The Reference II" turntables cost a mind-blowing $300,000. They're a limited series and only 25 will ever exist, but at $300,000 they're the most expensive... / Continue →