While it has its sound limitations, particularly in the bass department, the downsized version of Scosche's BoomBottle H2O is a pretty decent little wireless speaker that's travel-friendly and repels water.
The Scosche MotorMouth II stereo is a unique product that solves the problem of in-car hands-free calling in a unique way, but its ease of use is highly dependent on your dashboard's configuration.
The Scosche PassPort is a useful solution if you have a precious iPod accessory that won't charge your newer gadgets; however, it won't work in every situation and the design doesn't lend itself to docking systems.
The Scosche showTIME is an inexpensive way to get your iPod's or iPhone's videos to your TV, but the results aren't pretty on high definition sets.
The Scosche TuneStream does what it says, but it requires a surprising amount of patience, given its high price.
If you own an iPod or iPhone and tend to listen to music with the bass EQ cranked all the way up, the IDR655m headphones are easy to recommend. For sonic versatility, look elsewhere.
While it has its sound limitations, the downsized version of Scosche's original BoomBottle is a pretty decent little wireless speaker.
The Scosche PassPort HomeDock is a useful solution if your favorite old iPod speaker system won't charge your newer gadgets, but your money may be better spent toward a new speaker system.
Automotive aftermarket supplier Scosche announced its ControlFreq car stereo today, which includes a smartphone app as a remote control.
Scosche's new car stereo receiver works with a free Android and iOS app that turns your phone into a wireless remote control.