Ring Audio's horn speakers may look like pieces of art, but they can definitely bring the noise. If, that is, you can afford them.
Subwoofer designers usually stuff a big woofer in a box, but Eminent Technology's TRW-17 sub doesn't have a woofer or a box.
URBoom joins trend of putting sound equipment on the table.
Maker of luxury writing instruments tries its hand at audio equipment.
This no-holds-barred goliath packs a pair of oversized 13.5-inch drivers powered by a meaty 3,800W amplifier.
The Magnepan Super MMG system features a pair of 4-foot-tall, 1.25-inch-thick panels, and a separate but equally svelte woofer!
The unusual contraption should appeal to audiophiles with its deep bass response down to 20Hz, thanks to a sizable 38cm woofer and an efficient horn design. Got $100,000 to spare?
Two loudspeakers and a woofer to blare your music to everyone whether they want it or not.
The first "infrasonic" home woofer looks like a household appliance.
A new site called Woofer is a strange homage to Twitter. In order to woof, you must leave a post at least 1,400 characters long. The creators call this macroblogging.