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October 24th, 2014 9 comments

Massive Audio Bluetooth Audio Speakers

uk-flag-small Possibly available in the UK mid year

usa-flag-small Available to order in the USA from

usa-flag-smallAlso available to order in the USA from

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Massive Audio Enters The Tardis To Introduce Doctor Who Bluetooth Audio Speakers

We look forward to utilizing our extensive audio engineering background to create these high caliber speakers.Jeremy Larsson, Director of Operations for Massive Audio

Massive Audio® Inc. today announces their first licensing deal with BBC Worldwide North America for the production of Doctor Who audio products in North America.

These high-quality, innovative speakers will appeal to fans of the hit BBC AMERICA sci-fi series and tech aficionados everywhere. The first collection features an 8” TARDIS (the Doctor’s space and time machine) wireless Bluetooth speaker as well as two different versions of a Dalek (one of the Doctor’s oldest foes) speaker: Assault Dalek and Dalek Sec . Each model features an array of on-board controls, flashing LED’s and audio clips taken from the actual show.


“As longtime fans of Doctor Who,my team is very excited about this project,” said Jeremy Larsson, Director of Operations for Massive Audio. “We look forward to utilizing our extensive audio engineering background to create these high caliber speakers.”

The company is now accepting pre-orders on its website at the end of October to catch the high demand for the holiday season. Additionally Massive Audio will be rolling out Doctor Who-themed Bluetooth and wired headphones around the same time and promise more information soon.

All units feature:

TARDIS: Six sound clips such as ‘Materialize’ and ‘Cloister Bell’ to indicate functions
Daleks: Six sound clips such as “Exterminate” and ‘Gun blast’ to indicate functions
TARDIS: LED indicators on top lamp and inner control counsel
Daleks: LED indicators on antennae and eye stalk
Bluetooth Connection with 33’ range
Linking capabilities for multiple TARDIS and Dalek surround sound applications
Auxiliary input for direct connection
Built in omni-directional microphone for phone calls with noise cancelation
Multi-Function interface for Volume / Play / Pause / Fast Forward / Rewind / Phone / Power
Built-in noise rejection circuitry
USB rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 10 hour life
Battery indicator display / voice battery low indicator
Includes USB and 3.5mm auxiliary cables


Categorised under: Computer and phone, General


  • Exterminator

    October 25th, 2014 - 10:20am

    I wonder why the bronze dalek is $25 more than dalek sec?

    • Jeremy

      October 27th, 2014 - 4:23pm

      The Assault Dalek has a special paint process due to the metallic Bronze finish that is not necessary on Dalek Sec. Also it comes with an interchangeable syringe appendage.

  • Anthony

    October 24th, 2014 - 9:22pm

    If my mum got hold of them. Her flat already looks like a Elvis memorabilia palace with lots of Matt Smiths. Yeah… Every time I go round. Like wow.

  • The five doctors

    October 24th, 2014 - 6:58pm

    Of course American

  • Sugar doc 5

    October 24th, 2014 - 6:52pm

    Do they ship,to the uk ?


    October 24th, 2014 - 5:00pm

    Now I’m certain these have been done before, cos Forbidden Planet in London gave a demonstration of them if you was in their London shop at the time around a year or two ago.

    • booboo

      October 24th, 2014 - 5:02pm

      there is already a Tardis speaker yes ( i have one ) but these look different

    • rycba remember

      October 26th, 2014 - 12:14am

      Booboo, how does yours work and any idea where i canget one from, without breaking my bank?

    • booboo

      October 26th, 2014 - 12:18am

      its mains powered just have it set up with my computer, sound fab to me

      they all seem to be £150 unless you can pick one up of ebay

      let you into a secret though

      we will be giving one away soon

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