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Ring Audio's horn speakers put the 'woof' in 'woofer'

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.

By January 31, 2012


World's most amazing subwoofer has no woofer

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.

By August 29, 2010


Chinese vase packs a mean woofer

URBoom joins trend of putting sound equipment on the table.

By January 17, 2008


When the woofer is mightier than the pen

Maker of luxury writing instruments tries its hand at audio equipment.

By January 7, 2008


JL Audio's monster woofer

This no-holds-barred goliath packs a pair of oversized 13.5-inch drivers powered by a meaty 3,800W amplifier.

By October 5, 2007


Magnepan's ultraskinny speakers make big, fat sound

The Magnepan Super MMG system features a pair of 4-foot-tall, 1.25-inch-thick panels, and a separate but equally svelte woofer!

By September 14, 2013


Musique Concrete trumpets new horn speakers

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?

By May 17, 2011


Boombox backpack: all-around bad idea

Two loudspeakers and a woofer to blare your music to everyone whether they want it or not.

By March 12, 2008


Subwoofer or electric fan?

The first "infrasonic" home woofer looks like a household appliance.

By September 19, 2007


This Twitter look-alike requires 1,400 characters

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.

By August 29, 2009