Flashy speakers take a cue from nightclub decor

Colors change with the beat of the music.


Here in Manhattan we have all these overpriced, semi-trashy, "see and be seen"-type nightclubs that routinely show up in the pages of Us Weekly. They all have one thing in common, aside from the price-gouging on bottle service: each one inevitably features some kind of luminescent gimmick inside, be it a giant tank of jellyfish or a light show on the ceiling. Well, if you can't get enough of that stuff, here's a set of speakers that will bring nightlife into your home--the I-Lit, which feature pulsing colored light to the beat of your music (thank you, CrunchGear). So plug them in, load up some house music on your iPod, and sip Grey Goose on the rocks. Or pair them with your disco keyboard.

Needless to say, they'll look awesome next to my six-foot-tall blacklight jellyfish tank.

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