There are plenty of passive iPhone speaker docks out there. You know, the speaker that has no batteries or power and works like yelling into a traffic cone to amplify the audio. The sound isn’t going to be amazing, but it will be a bit louder. The CHINON Legao CH-PS840 iPhone Passive Speaker Dock ($249) is certainly one of the coolest of the crowd. The CHINON Legato is handcrafted from ash hardwood and will boost your iPhone’s...

In my opinion, you should look at the Phonophone II speaker from an artistic perspective, or at a minimum a conversation piece. If you look at it from price ($500) perspective, or even on a performance perspective… it isn’t...

Did I really just spend $399 on a Bluetooth speaker? Yikes. Read on for the full review of the B&O BeoPlay A2 Speaker. ...

Before even charging the Divoom Voombox Travel Bluetooth Speaker I couldn't help but notice the heavy/rugged feel. The speaker weighs 312 grams (just over 11 ounces) and has five rubber rings that circle the unit. The speaker reminds me of a grenade because of the shape and circular clip on top. Read on for the Divoom Voombox Travel Review.

Remember when just showing up to the portable Bluetooth speaker party with an entry was enough.  Not anymore.  Today's portable Bluetooth speakers need to offer great sound at the minimum.  The latest speaker from Divoom, the Voombox Outdoor is rechargeable, water resistant, and designed specifically for rugged conditions.  If that weren't enough the battery life is a full 12-hours.  The Voombox Outdoor comes in red, blue, black and green and...

If nothing else, these PC speakers look pretty cool.  No more beige (or black) boxy shaped computer speakers for me.  The Edifier e10 Exclaim PC Speakers might even sound good with separate woofer and tweeter sections, both with their own passive...

The idea of using an amplification chamber to boost audio volume passively isn't exactly new, but this monster iPhone Bugle Horn just might be my favorite to date.  Some other passive iPhone speakers include the Griffin AirCurve, the Horn...

Want to share some of your tunes from your music player without electric powered bulky speakers?  Apparently the Trembo Trunks, pictured above, can amplify earbuds up to 80dB so others can hear your music.  The best part they are lightweight and require no power.  Check it out at

***The winners are – Chris, Karen, and Nathan… congrats!*** Considering that everyone has some form of digital music player these days, this cute Volt Speaker System by...

Not sure I like the name "Horn Bike" but I like the idea of this passive and inexpensive iPhone bike speaker.  Sure you could wear earbuds, but you might end up as a hood ornament on a Prius.