Merchandise The TARDIS as a loudspeaker!

Published on February 20th, 2013 | by Meredith Burdett

Are You Ready for the Sound of the TARDIS?

Ever been listening to you iPod or MP3 player and thought that the device you’re could use a bit of a Doctor Who spruce up?

Well worry no more because WhoSounds Ltd has just the thing for you, TARDIS speakers!

The TARDIS as a loudspeaker!

At 32 cm tall, the Bluetooth wireless speaker set not only looks the business but also has several nifty Doctor Who features that could light up your living room. Read on for more details:

A high quality 2.1 sound system is compatible with Bluetooth input as well as audio from any device fitted with a 3.5mm headphone. Whilst two internal full-range speakers housed inside a tuned and sealed chamber with bass provided by a separate drive unit – all powered by an integral 2.1 audio amplifier designed and optimised by an ex-Harmon Kardon sound engineer – for low distortion and high clarity, offers a real treat for audio fans.

The next and previous track selection, volume and separate bass and treble adjustments can also be made via a neat remote control.

And, for a real-time travel experience, the ambient LED light positioned on the roof flashes blue when paired with a Bluetooth device, and the speaker also makes the famous TARDIS landing sound.

This fantastic speaker also features a built-in USB port which is capable of delivering up to 1 Amp, making it more than adequate to power and charge Smartphones and tablets.

Let’s face it; these kinds of features aren’t even available on some of the speaker sets that you get from some online retailers! This is the perfect way to listen to your Big Finish or AudioGo stories.

The firs units will become available from April 2013 for £150.00 each and are available to pre-order now from www.whosounds.com or from Forbidden Planet. You can also find out more at the WhoSounds Facebook page.

Now, I don’t know about you, but this seems like the perfect accompaniment to a TARDIS PC…

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




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