iGhost Speaker for iPod and iPhone

iGhost Speaker for iPod and iPhone

Who’s afraid of ghosts? Nobody, when the little guy lets you hear the music loaded on your iPod or iPhone, and the iGhost Speaker for iPod and iPhone looks so cute you don’t have to worry about any irritating screams interrupting your listening experience.

The iGhost is a dock for your iPod or iPhone that includes three built-in speakers (right, left, subwoofer). The handy little spectral master of music even comes with adapters that insure it will work with all versions of the iPhone/iPod.

Use the touch controls or the included remote to navigate the menu, play, rewind, fast forward, or adjust the volume.

Amethyst iGhost Speaker Docks

iGhost Speakers

  • Color: White
  • Compatible with iPod/iPhone.
  • iGhost has 3 speakers: 2 x 3W (left/right) and 1 x 15 W (bass).
  • Sensitivity: ≤ 400 mV.
  • Signal/Noise Ratio: ≥ 82 dB.
  • Frequency Response: 100 Hz – 20 KHz.
  • Distortion: 0.7%.
  • Size: 16x16x14 cm / 6.24 x 6.24 x 5.46 inches.
  • Includes remote control.

Have a hauntingly good time while listening to the iGhost Speaker for iPod and iPhone for 89,45€ ($123.44/£77.82) from Curiosite.com. The Amethyst iGhost iPod Speaker Dock is also available in your choice of white, red, blue, or black from £38.69 at Amazon.co.uk.

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

2 Responses to “iGhost Speaker for iPod and iPhone”

  1. The blue light flashes underneath my ighost whilst making a tut tut kind of noise, should it be doing that? The adapter was a struggle to plug in I might add. I have tried my nano in the top and with the double ended adapter and can’t get any sound (yes I have tried upping the volume button). Is it faulty? Help gratefully received.

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