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These customizable, top-notch sound systems resemble glistening goddamn hot rod exhaust manifolds.
Klipsch's crazy energy-efficient LEDs pack a surprise: wireless speakers fed by a transmitter you can hook up to any input device, plus a remote that controls both the volume and dimmer, helping you avoid being blinded by the light in two ways at once.
Covert earbuds are built into all of HB's drawstrings, which connect to also-covert iPod pockets.
Boom's self-powered, upcycled vintage suitcases sport artfully arranged speakers, making them the Carl Paladino of portable music.
RG hides his "cinema surround quality" sound systems in a variety of glorious, hand-finished, fully weatherproofed shells, each inspired by iconic artifacts that boast "hundreds, if not thousands of years of approval", so yeah, they're cymbalic.
Super-comfy and easy to fold, the rEvolve also sports a built-in MP3-player dock connected to speakers conveniently located on its headrest.
Keep up to 18 cans frosty in this old-school ghettoblaster sporting built-in speakers that'll connect directly to any MP3 player, perfect for pumping out the latest jams by Brew Edition.
These beanies're outfitted with ultra-slim, high quality "sound disks" that covertly slide over your ears to provide "big sound in a small package", a lie you routinely feed women about your...mini-disc player.