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  1. #1 Shirt with a working equilizer! 
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    here at ThinkGeek we're constantly amazed at the never-ending evolution of new technology. Hey, it's our job. Take the lowly T-Shirt for example: In caveman times you had animal pelts... the Medieval era saw rise to the stylish burlap sack... next came lovely soft cotton and then synthetic polyester. Finally the modern space age delivers a fully functioning graphic equalizer in a handy t-shirt format. Party like it's 2999 with the glowing display on the T-Qualizer that dynamically changes with any ambient sound or music. This has to be the coolest wearable tech we've seen since the George Foreman backpack grill.


    Product Features

    * EL Lit Glowing Equalizer animates to ambient noise or music
    * Battery Pack fits in small interior pocket inside shirt
    * Each Equalizer bar reacts differently depending on sound frequency
    * 4 AAA Batteries Required
    think this is a cool shirt how it works with any sound, but i dont know howyou go about washing it though
    see it here http://www.thinkgeek.com/tshirts/generic/8a5b/
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    rofl, how the hell do you wash that thing?!?!?


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    i want 5...
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    Washing:

    Unplug from the wall
    Use Lectra-motive cleaner on it.

    It's an interesting idea, I mean I guess it indirectly tells women they talk too much and their voices need to come down a pitch.
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    hope nobody gets one, except me!

    You can remove the graphic and power supply. That's how you wash it. I've known about this forever, just hadn't imported one yet. You can usually only get them from England or Australia. There are other cool ones like this, but I think I'm gonna hold onto my little secrets.

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    well I want 6

    >_>


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    I think Panasonic, or some other company has these new shirts that you can program stuff into! I was watching G4 when E3 was on and they were talking about it!


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    wow....only $40 a pop, im gonna get one
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    it doesn't plug in the wall, you have to wear a 50 pound battery on your back while you walk around!
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    oh damn.....screw that
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    lol, 4 AAA=50pounds....
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    no wonder my remotes weight so much
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    Ha when i was 5 i had a shirt that used batteries but it only made noises and now they have equalizers.
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    theres even jackets w/ speakers in them so u can listen to your ipod without headphones
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    Quote Originally Posted by julie
    theres even jackets w/ speakers in them so u can listen to your ipod without headphones
    And every one around you thinks you're a fag.
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