The iPod Dock space is over saturated, no doubt about that.  But Speakal, in their infinite of wisdom has managed to carve out a niche all of their own: speaker docks that resemble sports paraphernalia.

First they started with the soccer speaker dock and now, today at CES they’ve launched a basketball, football and golf ball version.  The first two use the same speaker setup as the soccer ball dock (a 2.1-channel configuration with 360 degree sound output and a 15 watt subwoofer) while the golf ball inspired MiGolfball sports Bluetooth wireless connectivity.

There is no word on a launch date or price, but we’re expecting ASAP.

Speakal Debuts New Sports Line of Advanced Speaker Solutions

Speakal’s new lineup boasts lifelike speaker docks for the Football, Basketball, Major League Soccer, and a Bluetooth stereo speaker for Golfers

On display at CES January 6-9 in the iLounge Pavilion – North Hall #4616

Culver City, CA – January 7, 2011 – Speakal, a company driven by its passion for sound, intelligent technology and innovative designs, is proud to expand its lineup of advanced docking solutions to include lifelike replicas for the Football, Basketball, and Soccer. Each of these powerful 2.1 companions for your iDevice boasts 360 degree sound distribution, a 15W subwoofer, and volume touch controls. The Speakal MiGolfball tees up golf enthusiasts with a wireless stereo speaker set that wirelessly plays your favorite music from your Bluetooth device, MP3 player, or PC.

“The Speakal Sports Line shares passion for the game with the die hard sports fanatics” said CEO David Solomon. “These speakers are the ultimate display of fanhood with high quality audio that will rock your tailgate party with pulse pounding sound. Kick off the new season in style!” added Solomon.



Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."