Posts Tagged: "portable speaker"

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Soundfreaq Sound Kick

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While the battle for smartphone supremacy has pretty much concluded with Android and iOS taking the spoils, their is still a fair bit of competition in the portable Bluetooth speaker department.  Adding to the mix today is Soundfreaq, with the introduction of the Sound Kick. The 1.6-inch thick speaker appears...

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Big Thodio iBox (video)

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[GR]oz2aTmiWA6Q[/GR] Portable speakers are a dime a dozen.  Sure, many of them sound great, but how many of them look good as well?  And hence why we’re so attracted to the new iBox (remember the original?).  We haven’t had an opportunity to get our mitts on one, but if it...

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Yamaha PDX-11 Rugged Portable Speaker

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What’s this, another portable speaker system?  Yup.  This product category is heating up faster than a Victoria Secret model in a sauna.  Entering the fray is Yamaha with their PDX-11 This octagon shaped speaker houses a unique two-way speaker system and a large 4-inch woofer, which the company says produces...

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Philip Fidelio DS7700 Bluetooth Docking Speaker Review

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[rating:4.5/5] Jawbone’s Jambox owns the market when it comes to an ultra portable Bluetooth speaker.  But that  leaves plenty of room for the bigger, but still portable speaker docks.  Case in point is the Philips Fidelio DS7700 Bluetooth Docking Speaker. Before we get into the review, I’d like to point...

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Bose Soundlink

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Jawbone’s Jambox totally caught us off guard.  Before listening to the diminutive device we had already decided that it couldn’t possibly produce awesome sound.  Boy were we wrong.  So that’s why we’re reserving judgement on Bose’s Soundlink Mobile, a Bluetooth, battery powered speaker (it can also be plugged in). While the design...

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Yamaha PDX-31 Portable Dock Review

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[rating:3.5] Pros Little to no sound distortion or interference One-size-fits-all for current iPods and iPhones; plus an AUX-in Crisp, clear audio presence at medium volumes Cons Isn’t actually “portable” with a 15-volt requirement Bass is present, but not impressive For $40 more, doesn’t improve much on PDX-30 With just a...