Bluetooth speakers tend to be really portable and offer decent sound for their size. But what happens when you want bigger sound and maybe something a little more permanent? Introducing Double Spot, Soundfreaq’s answer for a bluetooth speaker with a larger size, better features, yet still portable.
Music is a huge part of many people’s lives. It lets us escape, forget about the stress of life and gets us excited. For me I always like to have music playing when I am working, cleaning up the house or even relaxing. Many people do not have the need or want for larger speaker systems that take forever to set up and are not all that portable. Today we are taking a look at a very powerful wireless AirPlay speaker that will fill an entire room with sound and will work with any Apple iOS device wirelessly. That means you do not have to worry about finding the right dock connector, you can walk around with your iOS device in your pocket and still be able to listen to music. Let’s take a look…
“Sound beyond size,” claims the packaging of the X-mini Capsule Speaker. This tiny collapsible speaker pops open with a twist, and a built-in cable jacks into whatever audio device one desires. With the flick of a switch, and a press of Play, sweet tunes fill the air for up to 20 hours. Does the full package deliver? Read on to find out. X-mini was nice enough to hook us up with one of the UNO Capsule Speakers at CES 2013.
When you are purchasing a laptop for most people speakers are really not their first concern and they really shouldn’t be. I’ve owned quite a few different laptops over the past couple of years and the speakers have been pretty bad on all of them. The speakers on netbooks are even worse. Choiix knows this and has come out with a cool little product to give your speakers a little boost. It is the Boom Boom Slim Travel Speaker. This speaker is very small and features 4 high sensitive drivers. Let’s see if it is the perfect speaker for your laptop.
There are many different computer speaker systems out there, ranging from a 2.1 to a 5.1 setup. That makes it hard to choose what is best for your individual needs. As a gamer, finding a decent surround setup with easy controls is pretty difficult and one that doesn’t take up your whole desk or room is even harder. Problem solved! SoundBar setups is a new style of speakers, in which all of the speakers are built into a bar format that can be easily mounted or placed on stands or desks. In this review let’s see if the ASUS Cine5 is going to be your next speaker purchase.
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