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1. Altec Lansing inMotion iM3 Portable
$104.44 list($149.99)
2. Altec Lansing inMotion Portable
$80.74 list($129.99)
3. Logic3 I-Station Dock and Speaker
$90.24 $88.99 list($129.99)
4. Altec Lansing inMotion iMmini
$68.39 list($99.99)
5. JBL OnTour Speakers
$115.89 list($149.99)
6. DLO iBoom Boombox for iPod
$64.54 $63.99 list($99.99)
7. Creative Labs TravelSound i300
$99.00
8. BOSE Companion 2 Speakers
$42.95
9. Creative TravelSound 200 Portable
$48.00 list($115.99)
10. Altec Lansing IM2 IM2 Portable
$94.89 $89.67 list($129.99)
11. Altec Lansing XT1 Laptop Speaker
$142.49 $89.95 list($199.99)
12. JBL Encounter 2.1 Multi Media
$55.09 list($89.99)
13. Sony SRS-T88 Compact Portable
$34.19 $26.20 list($39.99)
14. Macally PODWAVE - Portable iPod
$33.14 list($49.99)
15. Kensington 33130 Portable Laptop
16. PARENT - M-Audio Studiophile DX4
Too low to display $41.00 list($59.99)
17. Monster Cable iSpeaker iPod Portable
$68.39 $39.98 list($79.99)
18. CreativeLabs TRAVELSOUND 1PC SPK-W/O
$33.67 $27.81 list($39.99)
19. Sony SRS-T33 Compact Portable
$23.64 $15.07 list($29.99)
20. Sony SRS-A202 Active Speakers

1. Altec Lansing inMotion iM3 Portable Audio System for iPod
by Altec Lansing Technologies
list price: $179.99
our price: $128.24
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Asin: B0006G0RSI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Technologies
Sales Rank: 74
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Altec Lansing's ultra-small, ultra-sleek portable speaker and charging system with built-in docking port for iPod lets you enjoy your digital music collection without earbuds. This versatile system also connects to other audio devices, including laptops and other MP3 players, with an auxiliary input jack and included 3.5mm stereo cable. A highly efficient Class D amplifier powers four full-range micro drivers to deliver excellent sound; MaxxBass technology booms the deep notes so there's no need for a separate subwoofer. Simple operation is as easy as placing your iPod into the dock or connecting it through the auxiliary port. The dock recharges your iPod, too. The inMotion iM3 comes with a remote control, a 3V lithium battery and a protective carry case. Measures 1" x 8" x 5 1/2" and weighs 15 oz. One-year warranty. No-hassle 2- or 3-year Product Replacement Guarantee available (see order form). ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in docking station holds, recharges, and synchronizes iPod
  • Includes wireless remote and carrying bag; measures 8 x 5.5 x 1.1 inches (W x H x D)
  • Portable audio system designed specifically for use with iPod and iPod mini
  • 4 full-range 28 mm neodymium micro drivers produce rich, crystal-clear sound
  • MaxxBass technology delivers quality bass performance without a subwoofer

Reviews (20)

1-0 out of 5 stars iPod photo 30G did not fit
Great concept but...One previous review stated that the ipod photo did not fit.I found the same thing.I contacted Altec Lansing by phone and despite removing the adapter my ipod would still not sit in the dock.It seemed "off center"and would not seat.The tech continued to tell me that it would fit, no luck.

4-0 out of 5 stars MiniIPod system on the go
This puppy also works great with 40GB IPod too as we found out recently on an evening of Frank Caliendoimpressions and jokes. The ultra compact remote is way cool, almost futuristic-JamesBondish in sleek design. Plug your Ipod inon the desk and you almost expect a hologram to appear and start speaking to you. Seriously though this is one little impressive unit. This is a nice accessory for the IPod that looks good and sounds pretty decent, not great mind you. For the less discerning listener this is a perfect system for being on the go. In some ways the fact that the sound won't blast the doors of a room is a blessing. I bought this forone ofmy sons and he likes it to take into every room to play outloud . When he goes to visit grandma he takes his little system. He loves to take it to the bathroom for showering and I don't have to tell him to turn it down! The latest version (im3)does have DC so that takes care of the battery complaint. However rechargeable batteries do the trick for places without DC. The carrying case is very cool, a sleek little lightweight case that will protect the surface with velcro closures . It is only slightly padded(wouldn't want to bulk it up!) so care should be given while your Ipod is stowed away or traveling. Total size is about 10''x 6" which is amazing since it is super thin as well. I would recommend this little package for a cool little addition to your IPod to take your tunes on the road. Besides it looks so darn cool on a desk when you dock your IPod and let your music library play on shuffle.

4-0 out of 5 stars for using with 30g ipod photo
The instruction maual is not clear on this, but you must remove the factory installed 40g adapter in order to seat the ipod photo in the dock.Otherwise the speakers works fine as an office radio for me.Soundwise it is certainly no stereo system, but that is not what I was looking for.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT Compatable with iPod photo!
My 40gb iPod photo DOES NOT FIT in the dock.Altec Lansing tech support claims by removing the installed adapter it will fit, but in fact IT DOES NOT...Altec Lansing also claims that the iM3c is compatable with the iPod photo.Amazon apparently does not carry the iM3c only the iM3...

DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT IF YOU HAVE AN iPod Photo!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars WORKS Greatif you want a portable system for travel
I love this inmotion set up it is perfect for travel here and over seas. Sound is great only destorts at higher volume. It is perfect for hotels and bedrooms. The remote is a little quirky but figure 50 dollars for just a remote if you buy any other porduct. I would recommend the im3 to those looking for portablity and quailty sound for size matters people
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2. Altec Lansing inMotion Portable Audio System for iPod
by Altec Lansing
list price: $149.99
our price: $104.44
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Asin: B00017IX10
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 267
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Portable Speakers, For iPods and MP3 Players, , ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight and compact; includes AC power adapter and charges your iPod while docked
  • Efficient, class-D amplifier offers up to 24 hours of continuous playback with 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Dual 1-inch neodymium micro drivers per speaker deliver big sound in a small format
  • MaxxBass technology creates a sense of rich, deep bass without the need for a subwoofer

Reviews (81)

5-0 out of 5 stars The little speakers that could!
I LOVE these speakers! You won't believe the big speaker sound that comes out of these little guys! Enough to fill up a bedroom (or hotel room) easily. They also charge your ipod whether they're playing or not. They fold down to a miniscule size - easily packed in your carry on. I actually use mine in the ER where I work 3-4 days a week for 12 -13 hour stretches and they work great, then fold up and fit in my backpack. If you're looking for travel speakers or just want to put these on a desk at home or work (and don't want to spend more on your speakers than you did on your ipod) these are for you.

3-0 out of 5 stars Is it the SPEAKERS of the "iPOD"?
I felt the same way most of the reviewers felt... Great for travel...nice, neat ,compact, easy.... however not the best sound quality especially at higher volumes... but decent for the price.HOWEVER.... I recently connected my 256MB MPIO MP3 player to the speakers... adjusted the equalizer and the sound quality is actually VERY CRISP and clear at higher volumes.This makes me question the "infamous iPOD"... which doesnt have options for controlling the sound quality in each category....

3-0 out of 5 stars They're okay... not great
The sound quality isn't as crisp as I've heard, but they are reasonably loud enough to fill a hotel room.However, the louder you play the more distorted the sound.I was expecting a great product in a small package.The package is great, compact, easy to pack in your suitcase.... but the sound is just okay.Keep your expectations reasonable and you'll be okay.Mostly, these speakers are great for travel, but not for high quality sound.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Final selection after buying and testing 3 systems
I bought and tested the InMotion, JBL On Tour and I-station systems with my Ipod.

Overall the In-Motion system had the best sound - fullest range and brightest presence of the systems.JBL On Tour was a close second.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good speakers for your iPod!
Altec Lansing is known for providing good quality PC speakers for an affordable price. Now they have a hit on their hands in this portable speaker system for iPod. The speakers are small, easy to carry, nice looking and most importantly sound very good. The only concern I would have is that these would be useless if Apple changes the iPod connector in the next generation of iPod's. Other than that I would highly recommend these for your iPod.

However you can get another version of these speakers which will work with any mp3 players and costs less than half of this. It has exact same quality and size. ... Read more


3. Logic3 I-Station Dock and Speaker Station for iPod
by Logic3
list price: $129.99
our price: $80.74
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Asin: B00068E56G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logic3
Sales Rank: 354
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

compatible with 20GB and 40GB iPods iPod photos and iPod minis * compatible with portable devices and computers with minijack output * two 1-3/16" aluminum cone speakers with neodymium magnets and 2-1/2" woofer * 3 watts x 2, plus 6 watt for woofer * charges iPod while docked * ... Read more

Features

  • Synchronizes with PC or Mac via USB or FireWire cables
  • Compact docking station for use with iPod or iPod Mini
  • Combines subwoofer, dynamic tweeter speakers, and 3D surround sound processor
  • Recharges iPod battery while music plays
  • Powered by AC adapter (included) or 4 AA batteries

Reviews (42)

1-0 out of 5 stars should have listened to the bad reviews
This thing worked for a total of 50 minutes. I bought it for work, and when I recieved it, I took it out of the box and made sure it worked, and it did. I took it to work 2 days later and it turned out to be a piece of junk. No sound came out unless I played around with the middle speaker and had it sit just right; then, after about 45 minutes, the sound was lost alltogether and I couldn't get it back. I'm going to a retail store tomorrow to get a different one that I can take back right away (if I have to) instead of waiting 2-6 weeks to send mine in and get fixed.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth buying
For portable speakers for an iPod, this is an alright buy.However, after i had caried it to 2 or 3 places, and i made sure it was packed tightly so nothing would mess up, i found out that the AC adapter stopped functioning.This was bad because now I am left with speakers that can only play with batteries.Another problem with this speaker system is that its "3D surround sound processor" is not very good.No matter how close I am to the speakers, I do not change the 3D setting because it sounds the same, if not worse, as the normal setting.There isn't much point to buying specific speakers for an iPod anymore because Apple has come out with an iTrip costing $20-$25.This small device plugs into the iPod and boardcasts the iPod's music onto a radio nearby very easily.All the listener needs is a radio, and this will cost far less than the speakers.So i recomend not purchasing this, and just purchasing an iTrip if you want to hear your iPod on portable speakers.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay gadget if you want some thing portable
I would recommend this item stictly if you are looking for some thing portable. I was not too impressed with the sound quality, in fact it did not sound much better than my dell computer speakers. When turned to high volumes, the sound is distorted- although it sounds alright when you are sitting right by the speakers. Let's put it this way, i had MUCH better sound when i plugged my ipod into my 20-year old boom-box.
This would be a nice product to have for traveling, but i wouldn't recommend it for a home/room stereo system.
I'm returning mine today.
hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite a bargain!
I recently purchased an I-Station and I love it.The I-Station is very easy use, and can do more than play iPods.If you have an MP3 player you can hook it up to the speakers using the included mini-jack.This is a way to play music from an iPod Shuffle.The fold up design is very cool, but the AC adapter is quite long.If you plan on bringing an I-Station to vacation, don't pack it in a carry on.This device is great.I would choose it over the inMotion speakers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound from a little box
I am now on my second I-Station.The first unit did not work when disconnected from AC power.Amazon was awsome (as usual) in replacing the unit ASAP.The replacement has worked flawlessly.

This little unit really delivers a lot of bang for your buck.We use it as a doc at home (the regular doc is at work), so we can charge the iPod and transfer tunes with it.When we have dinner on the patio, we just un-plug the unit and run it on 4 AA batteries (not incuded).When I have poker night with the boys, the I-Station goes with me.It is so small, it fits in my coat pocket and yet it delivers awsome sound.This unit is perfect for camping.It sits on the picnic table while I cook.The sound is great, but not too loud (which you don't want when you are camping).The sound quality is very good, but it does not hand bass to well, which is understandable given the size of the "woofer".

Don't get me wrong - this will not replace a boom box or a stereo system.It will, however, serve your needs in an office, camper, patio, etc. ... Read more


4. Altec Lansing inMotion iMmini Portable Audio System for iPod Mini
by Altec Lansing Technologies
list price: $129.99
our price: $90.24
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Asin: B0006ZO2CG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Technologies
Sales Rank: 499
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Altec Lansing's ultra-small, ultra-sleek portable speaker and charging system with built-in docking port for iPod mini lets you enjoy your digital music collection without earbuds. This versatile system also connects to other audio devices, including laptops and other MP3 players, with an auxiliary input jack and included 3.5mm stereo cable. A highly efficient Class D amplifier powers four full-range micro drivers to deliver excellent sound; MaxxBass technology booms the deep notes so there's no need for a separate subwoofer. Simple operation is as easy as placing your iPod mini into the dock or connecting it through the auxiliary port. The dock recharges your iPod, too. The inMotion iMmini features a removable protective cover. It measures 1" x 7" x 4 1/2", weighs 10 oz. and runs on the included DC adapter or 4 AA batteries (order separately). One-year warranty. No-hassle 2- or 3-year Product Replacement Guarantee available (see order form). ... Read more

Features

  • Extra long battery life - Highly efficient Class D amplifier delivers more than 24 hours of continuous playback with four AA batteries (not included)
  • Auto Shut-Down
  • Crystal-clear sound - from four custom-designed neodymium Micro Drivers (2 x 25mm and 2 x 18mm)
  • Surprisingly deep bass - Revolutionary MaxxBass technology creates quality bass without a subwoofer
  • Built-in Docking Station - provides same synchronization, data transfer, and recharging options as the iPod dock (cable not included)

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Mini system
This is a nice accessory for the IPod that looks good and sounds pretty decent, not great mind you. For the less discerning listener this is a perfect system for being on the go. In some ways the fact that the sound won't blast the doors of a room is a blessing. I bought this for my teenage son and he likes it to take into a room to play outloud . He loves to take it to the bathroomfor showering and I don't have to tell him to turn it down! The latest version (im3)does have DC so that takes care of the battery complaint. However rechargeable batteries do the trick for places without DC. The carrying case is very cool, a sleek little lightweight case that will protect the surface with velcro closures .Total size is about 10''x 6" which is amazing since it is super thin as well. I would recommend this little package for a cool little addition to your IPod to take your tunes on the road. Besides it looks so darn cool on a desk when you dock your IPod and let your musiclibrary play on shuffle.

3-0 out of 5 stars IFYOUNEEDPORTABLE
I wish I had gotten the larger system instead of the mini,but far from being dissapointed the sound quality is good.If you are traveling ,these are your choice.Small,easy to stow ,and you have sound.Take's battery's and come's with every converter for international travel.I like it.

4-0 out of 5 stars For a compact travel system, the iMmini is hard to beat
I needed a compact travel speaker system for my iPod Mini. After looking at the options, the iMmini speaker system seemed to be the best choice. It is very small, sturdy and lightweight, which makes it a perfect choice for travelers. It also sounds pretty good for as small as it is. It does get a bit distorted at higher volumes, but tweaking the iPod Mini EQ settings can usually help in that area. It's not loud enough to fill a room with sound, but it works perfect when sitting at a table having drinks or sitting out on a beach, etc. I'm taking mine to Costa Rica with me (along with several fresh batteries), and it's not going to make much of a dent in my luggage space...and that is exactly why I picked the iMmini. It also looks pretty stylishwith the silver iPod Mini. It's not a perfect sound system (especially if you are looking to blast the tunes like a boombox), but it's definitely a great choice if size and portability are desired. It's also worth noting that the iMmini works well with the iPod as a travel alarm clock unit. It may not be for everyone, but it's working out really well for me.

3-0 out of 5 stars AVERAGE
This system is certainly better than the JBL onstage docking speaker system, however it also has its drawbacks.

Pros:very compact, user friendly, portable.
Cons:eats batteries, lacks a remote, sound quality is average.

If you can afford the Bose ipod base speaker, you'll love it.It's worth the extra cash.Sound is incredible.Comes with a remote the size of a credit card.

I have all three...the Altec Lansing is better than JBL, not as good as the Bose.

2-0 out of 5 stars My experience may be unique but
.... maybe because it's first generation;

(1)It's a complete battery hog in spite of A-L's claims for long life.AA's last a couple of hours at most.Get rechargeable batteries, but even then you may have problems
(2)9 volt power plug-in doesn't work.I Had to call A-L for a replacement
(3)I bought some rechargeable high-power NiMH batteries at the suggestion of A-L customer support.It' still not enough power.The unit auto shuts-off after 3 minutes.

(4)It's going back to A-L for replacement.They are giving me a full replacement.Hopefully, it will work better.

(5)Sound is very good...when it works

A-L support was great, but overall, I am not happy with this product. ... Read more


5. JBL OnTour Speakers
by JBL
list price: $99.99
our price: $68.39
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Asin: B0002SAE56
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JBL
Sales Rank: 403
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

compatible with iPod, iPod mini, and other portables equipped with a minijack output * two 1" Odyssey Neodymium drivers * stereo-minijack-to-stereo-minijack cable * cloth carrying bag * A/C power cord * provides 24 hours of playback from 4 "AAA" alkaline batteries (not included) * frequency response: 100-20,000 Hz * ... Read more

Features

  • A universal AC adapter allows for easy worldwide use. An audio input cable is also included.
  • On Tour also remembers your last volume setting even after the system shuts down.
  • Easy-to-use Touch-controls Touch Volume Control Just a touch increases or decrease the volume.
  • The sliding cover protects your sound system and serves as a stand when open.
  • he surface gripping rubber feet provide a stable platform on most surfaces.

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sounds good, decent price, nice package.
I purchased this product for our travels and have been very happy them. The do a good job filling a hotel room. Given the size of the unit I think they sound quite good. If you're an audiophile or need volume, you might find them a little bright. The bass is not strong, but it's adequate. I debated heavily over whether or not I would prefer speakers with a dock for my iPod. However, in the end, I decided it wasn't crucial. In actual use, I actually found it nice that I could pick up my iPod without having to move the speakers. They are very solid feeling although the 'click' that holds them open could be firmer (-1 star). Battery life seems to be good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sound Per Pound
These portable speakers are impressive, and provide more sound per the one-pound weight then anything I have heard. The real test was hooking up to the IPod and getting not only excellent volume and clarity, including substantial bass, but the easily discernible reponse to each of the many IPod equalizer settings. With the battery saving power adapter included, the on-panel volume control, and the slick functional design, I would say that this is currently the best choice for traveling speakers at under $100.

4-0 out of 5 stars Clear sound - good value for the money
I am an audio enthusiast and have pretty high expectations for speakers - I started out with a Sony portable system, and compared to the JBLs, the Sony sounds like I am listening to music through a tunnel.Definitely worth the money, especially since the price of these speakers have gone down quite a bit!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound Great Lookswhat else do you need
I use the On tour with my Cretive zen miro when out of the house. I was simply stunned by the clarity and depth these speakers offered.

Reliability & Build

The speakers are exceptionally goodlooking and sturdy. The build quality is very good as can be expected of JBL. They are a bit on the heavy side and are not meant to carry around in the pocket. You need to toss them in a backpack, I carry it aorund in my briefcase.

Sound

They sound like 2.1 surround speakers because of their high frquency response and depth. Deep and clear, no noise distortion at high volumes. It is meant to fill up small and medium size rooms. They ARE NOT MEANT for large rooms or outdoors and sound kinda hollow over the distance.

Battery
On high- med volume on the 4 AAA batteries they run for around 18 hrs not 24.

Overall if you like to have better sound in your ca without putting in too much for speakers and fitting, or you find yourself in situations for some music on the go, they are good for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars JBL On Tour rocks...
Well I don't agree with B.R. When I first got my OT I plugged in some old batteries, hooked up my MP3 player and got going. I plan to use the unit while camping, since it is so small to pack, and I wanted to test it the way I plan to use it.The sound was great, and plently loud for how I camp.I'm not planning on throwing a wild party, so I was pleased with it's sound and power while running off 4 'AAA' batteries (not even fresh batteries).

So, satisfied at this point I unpacked the ac adapter and plugged the unit in to the wall.I opened iTunes on my laptop, and hooked the OT up to it.The sound was great!I placed the unit on a nice wood end-table, and it gets a great bass reverberation off it that makes it's 100Hz low end frequency plenty for my needs.The 20,000Hz high end frequency sounds great as well, very crisp and clean highs that don't distort even with the unit, the laptop and iTunes itself all cranked to about 95% of max volume.What's more, the iTunes equalizer sounds great with different moods/songs.I couldn't get the unit to distort with volume, although crappy mp3 sampling rates can make for poor listening.This unit can be very loud in a medium size room; my living room is about 12 ' x 20', and I'm sure my downstairs neighbors can probably hear it when it's cranked.Of course I'm not talking about full speaker size loud, but you know what I mean.

I highly recommend this unit.I'm looking forward to bringing this unit camping this year.Note that it is not light however!This is a solid unit, and I'm sure that's what contributes to the great sound.The weight is listed as 1.1 pounds (0.5kg), so if you are a backpacker you may need to consider this, but fwiw I would consider this a required item anyway :)

P. ... Read more


6. DLO iBoom Boombox for iPod
by Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
list price: $149.99
our price: $115.89
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Asin: B0006ZACJ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Lifestyle Outfitters
Sales Rank: 2460
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Designed specifically for Apple iPods, iPod+hps and iPod minis, this DLO iBOOM boom box is the perfect way to add terrific sound to your player. Since the early days of hip-hop, old-school boom boxes have been a great way to share your music. The iBOOM follows that tradition with powerful, dynamic sound through 2 woofers and 2 tweeters at 20 watts per channel (frequency response is 80Hz to 10KHz for woofers, 3KHz to 20KHz for tweeters). Not only can you put any 30-pin iPod in the dock connector, it serves as a charger as well. The iBOOM also has a digital tuner FM radio with 2 memory presets, a backlit LCD display and an internal antenna. Includes a built-in handle for portability. The iBOOM is ideal for indoor and outdoor parties. Operates on AC power and batteries plus it has auxiliary input for use with portable CD players, laptops and more. Imported. 8Hx12-3/10Wx6L". ... Read more

Features

  • Boombox charges your iPod while under AC power
  • Fits all 3G and 4G iPod and iPod minis (iPod mini insert included)
  • Custom, integrated boom box for iPod players with 20-watts per channel sound output
  • Built-in FM radio with a toggle function for switching between iPod and radio
  • Powered by AC or six D batteries

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars Should only cost $89 - poor design and quality
I bought the iBoom for $149 (Target) and the InMotion for $109 (Sams)and compared the two side by side.The Inmotion sounded better (crisp and clean with adequate bass) and the iBoom sounded hollow and slightly muffled.I also noticed a distinct static or hissing sound when the iBoom was played at lower volume and in between songs.None from the InMotion.Also, I noticed how cheap the iBoom's plastic housing and control knobs were.They resembled those of a child's toy. My intention was to purchase the iBoom to use on the deck and at the beach, but I was curious about the InMotion and I am impressed. I hope DLO gets their act together and improves these silly design issues. I would only pay $149 if :

better speakers (clarity)
detachable AC cord
Higher quality housing and knobs
include a remote control

I will be returning the iBoom tomorrow and keeping the InMotion.I don't think the InMotion is perfect.It's not designed to be carryed around like a boombox. My primary need is to use on the deck, hotel, and at the beach.

I can't believe Sony, Sharp, JVC or any of the others haven't designed some form of Ipod compatible boom box....come on guys you're missing $$$$$$.

Hope this is helpful.

2-0 out of 5 stars Radio good Sound Bad
Bought this because I wanted an easy way to connect my ipod to a boombox.The speakers are horrible.It only gets FM no AM. Plays everything at almost the same volume.Turn the music up and there is way too much distortion.Turn the music down and the speakers simply cut out.Returning it today

3-0 out of 5 stars Serves purpose--needs better battery/cord compartment design
The iBoom has acceptable sound--good enough for a hotel room or a camper. The volume can be fairly loud but it sounds poor when turned to the maximum volume.

Reception of FM stations in my area is quite good.

I agree with a prior reviewer about the battery/electrical cord compartment design. It's the biggest drawback of this unit. The electrical cord will not detach and it must be tucked tightly into the back of the battery compartment before you can insert the batteries. If you need to use the electrical cord, the batteries must be removed to access it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do. Not. Buy. This. Ever. Never. Never.
I went to the electronics store with my mind set on the Altec Lansing InMotion. But oh, how I was lead astray by the "helpful" salespeople that brought me to this. I liked it because it had a radio; InMotion does not, and I do like the radio sometimes. It sounded pretty great in the big, huge store... So I ditched my plan and went for it.

I brought it home and I wanted to cry. It sounded horrible in my bedroom. It was FUZZY. On the box it says that there will be some noise/fuzz/a bit of static/whatever when the iPod is switching songs, but I found that this static happened even during the songs, and was especially noticable when the volume was turned down; the fuzz distracts from any musical enjoyment. I couldn't listen to my music down low; it only sounded halfway decent when it was turned up full-blast.

Bottom line: it is way over-priced for what it is. Maybe I would understand if it were 50 bucks. But it's not.

I didn't give it back to the store... I gave it to my kid brother. I guess he's not as picky about sound quality as I am, or you should be. Don't buy this. As for me, it's back to my FM transmitter and my old trusty stereo, for now.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not well developed
I was very excited when I ordered the iboom for Christmas but disappointed when it arrived.

My main problem is the power cable and battery area. The power cable should be detachable and there shoud be a car adapter available. The power cable gets in the way when you decide to use batteries. This IS a BIG problem. The cable should either tuck away neetly or be removeable.

The iboom doesn't take advantage of the dock connector! When docked. the iPod shoud be controlled be the iBoom's controls but isn't. ... Read more


7. Creative Labs TravelSound i300 for iPod and MP3 Players
by Creative Labs
list price: $99.99
our price: $64.54
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Asin: B0000A1EE8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 1156
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Let your music look as good as it sounds with the uber-cool Creative TravelSound i-300. Titanium drivers, digital amplifier and up to 35 hours of continuous playback (on 4 AAA batteries) makes this the ideal road-warrior for music-listening anywhere. This product is perfect with all your portable devices, or simply to match your uber-cool lifestyle. ... Read more

Features

  • Impressive audio quality from high precision Titanium drivers
  • Digital amplifier allows up to 35 hours continuous playback on 4-AAA batteries
  • Line-in jack allows versatile connection to portable devices
  • Lightweight 10 oz speaker with foldable stand for maximum portability

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome speakers!!!!!!!
I am currently deployed, and these speakers have turned out to be heaven sent.They are small, so carrying them around is no problem.The volume is so nice, that while at work, I can turn up the sound and our whole tent can listen to music.Being so mobile, they come in handy because they will plug into anything.I think once my friends saw my speakers, they all want to buy one now so they can use them while they work.I recommend these speakers to anyone on the go.They are very light weight, small enough to fit in the front pocket of your backpack, and the sound quality is great for both the size and price.It also comes with a cute little bag that protects it, which works great with all this sand.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for the price!!!
The Creative TravelSound is the perfect companion for your laptop or in my case, an iPod.It requires 4-AAA batteries that are not included and will give you about 10 hours of use...that is from my experience.The sound from these speakers is wonderful.The bass and treble is a perfect blend and it includes a button which allows you to activate a type of surround/3D sound.All in all, these speakers are very nice for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Small
These speakers are the perfect companion for a laptop computer. They are small, portable ( I don't even bother with the power cable, I run them on cheap batteries.) and have great sound.

I'm on the road constantly so portability is number one for me. I use them with my laptop to watch DVDs. The only limitation is volume,if you crank it up they will distort. But for watching DVDs in a hotel room they are perfect.

Well done Creative Labs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Than You Might Think
I purchased this from Amazon after several hours of "whim" buying study. It seemed these had the best chance of being better than some of the cheapie portables i was familiar with.Much to my delight i was NOT disappointed. Granted with speakers this size you cant expect sub-like bass but actually theres more than i expected. Sound quality was very clear and the "wide" stereo feature is nice. High volume levels will cause distortion but you'll get a good amount of volume before you get distortion. If you buy these thinkin you'll get home stereo sound, forget it. If you buy these wanting a great set of "listen in the hotel room" travel speakers these work great!

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for sound on the go!
I purchased this item from my local store and I'm very satisfied with its quality.
Of course, the sound quality cannot compete with HiFi systems, but for such a small speaker, the sound quality is really good. The frequency response is 150-20k, according to creative. So it is a little dry in the low freq range, as expected. Aside from that, the sound quality is very good. And it's not completely bassless as you might think.
You can get the volume high enough for room of about 20 square meters with decent sound quality. But if you adjust the volume too high it'll become noisy.
In a word, its sound quality is not top-notch. But for such a small speaker, it's much better than you'd expect. For a rough reference, its sound quality is about the same as what you can get for a pair of conventional speakers at the price range of around US$25.
The best feature of this gadget may be its digitalized amplifier. Unlike conventional linear amplifer which will waste a lot of power, travelsound uses a digital amplifier. So the battery life is longer. Creative claims a set of four AAA alkline battery can last more than 30 hours, I didn't count the hours but I think the claim is quite reasonable.

In a word, if you want music on the go, this is the one for you. ... Read more


8. BOSE Companion 2 Speakers
by Bose
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00062QY5W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 3117
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Odds are, your computer is a primary source of entertainment. So why rely on standard computer speakers with so much rich content at your fingertips? Step up to Companion 2 speakers and unleash your computers true potential with powerful, full-range sound for CDs, DVDs, MP3s, streaming videos, games and more. Companion 2 speakers deliver both the subtleties in your music and the rousing resonance of movie and game sound effects. Think of them as giving new voice to your computer. And with Bose TrueSpace stereo signal processing, that voice really has some reach. Experience a spacious, dramatic soundstage that seems to extend beyond the desktop speakerswhether youve set them next to your monitor or placed them farther apart. Youll also appreciate the clear, robust response for those challenging low musical notes and sound effects. Companion 2 speakers bring more than new flair to your desktop. Theyre also designed for convenience, with both the volume control and headphone jack close at hand. All so controlling your listening experience is as simple as youd like it to be. Dual inputs enable the speakers to be used with your computer as well as a second audio source, such as a portable MP3 or CD player. And Companion 2 speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference with your monitor. Now, its time to play. ... Read more

Features

  • TrueSpace stereo processing add a sense of spaciousness to music, movies and computer game soundtracks
  • Dual inputs allow speakers to be connected to a secondary media source, like a CD or MP3 player
  • Volume control, headphone jack and second source input all conveniently located on one speaker, for easy access
  • Magnetically-shielded speakers prevent interference and damage to magnetic media
  • Magnetically shielded; 1-year warranty

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Somewhat Disappointed
The speakers are nice, no question about it; the sound is good for the size; the range is what you might expect from speakers this size (perhaps even better than expected). However, I am still a little disappointed when you come down to the overall feeling I get from the purchase.

To start with, I bought these for my wife to use with her iPod. There are no incompatibility problems and they work fine. I do find the lack of a way to turn them off, short of unplugging them a bit of a shortcoming. The range of response seems a little limited to me (changing the EQ setting on the iPod produces a definite change in the sound, but I would expect a little more richness in the changes). The size is a bit more than I expected from Bose, a company that excels at putting good sound in small packages. Lastly, I feel that the speakers were over priced for what I got (unless there is some inherent benefit in the Bose label that I don't know of).

Bottom line, I have a better set of speakers, in the Creative Labs I-Trigue 2200 2.0 Speakers, on my computer (at least to my ears), for less than half the cost. So think hard and shop around before you jump on the Bose name, or better yet, if you can, try them out first.
P-)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bose Companion 2 Computer Speakers
After reading several reviews, I'm amazed on what the expectations are. First off, these are desktop computer speakers. These are not speakers you put in the yard or in some auditorium. The Bose name speaks for itself. The quality and sound are superb. Quoting the Owner's guide, "Bose designed these speakers to sit on your desk, where their angled shape directs sound toward the listener."

The bass it adequet for the purpose as a desktop speaker. These speakers can provide excellent sound to an entire room and can handle all types of music from metal to classical. I'm not a gamer, but I have no doubt these speakers will outperform your current speakers. Why have the best sound card on cheap speakers anyway? Know what your intentions are before you buy. If you're looking to rock the house, upgrade to more powerful speakers.

Hope this helps.

1-0 out of 5 stars Too MUCH Bass!
I've always wondered why Bose is so obsessed with the amount of Bass they can squeeze out of small speakers. It's a neat technological feat that they can do it, but it doesn't give a very balanced sound. The Wave radio sounds that way, and these Companion 2's also have TOO MUCH Bass!(and no tone control) Not everyone who listens to music is a Teenager wanting excessive Bass Boost...

5-0 out of 5 stars what more can you want
sleek smaller than expected and amazing crisp sound. the base aint thunderous but these little itty bitty speakers go louder than a 250 dollar pair of sony speakers and have much crisper sound. i like just plugging it into the wall and plugging my ipod right in to it. which is why i bought it. excellent excellent speakers and great for those of you with an mp3 player who want to share your music with the world.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good sound when they do not buzz
For the price I paid them I am very disappointed. The sound was good and pure in the Bose tradition but sometimes in the midrange the left speaker was unpleasantly vibrating with a buzzing noise. You can get better than this with half the price. Sadly. I returned them and got a pair of "trivial" creative and feel more satisfied. I hope my review will be of help. ... Read more


9. Creative TravelSound 200 Portable Speaker System
by Creative Labs

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Asin: B0002K6XOK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 4669
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

compatible with MP3 players and other portable audio devices equipped with a minijack output * titanium micro drivers * stereo-minijack-to-stereo-minijack cable included * provides 25 hours of playback from 4 "AA" alkaline batteries (included) * warranty: 1 year * ... Read more

Features

  • Connects to any portable audio device, video player or notebook with 3.5-inch headphone output
  • Compact 10-ounce stereo speakers pack away easily for travel
  • Premium titanium micro drivers for superior audio clarity
  • Convenient volume and power controls to easily adjust to your personal listening taste
  • Adjustable and sturdy fold away stand for perfect set-up on any surface

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Uterly Amazing
got this as a christmas gift and it improves the sound quality by at least 100 times.Makes it extremely loud (not too loud though) and is great for all music or videos.I watched Anchorman using these for my laptop and the sound quality was substantially better than when I used my laptop speakers.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW! Big things come in small packages
I needed small speakers for my Pocket PC as I use it as my Wi-Fi radio, alarm clock, and MP3 player.These speakers are unbelievable!The sound may be small but the clarity is better than my home speakers.The bass isn't bad either.This is the best accessory purchase I have made.You won't believe the sound and volume these throw out!

5-0 out of 5 stars good speakers!
I just got this speaker today, played one song, I knew it right away it's a good speaker. I have been a music fan for many years and my only concern is the sound quality. I don't know what the other reviewer is thinking who gave me a second thought. I still think that depends on the source of music. Because of the price I went ahead and bought it anyway!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great performance
As someone who travels constantly, these speakers make a perfect hotel room stereo system when paired with my laptop. They'd also make great speakers for an MP3 player. Bass is very respectable considering the size. Overall sound won't make you want to throw out the home stereo, but gets the job done very nicely. I have also found that these speakers work great for meeting room presentations, up to about 20 people.

Three considerations: The AC cord is an unwieldy mess and there is no room for it in the carrying case. The switch on top between the volume controls has little to no effect on sound. Be sure that the device you plan to use with these has bass/treble or equalizer controls. Using these speakers with "flat" sound from a Line Out jack is not recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for its size.
Excellent for its size.Highs and midrange are great!Bass is a bit lacking, but what do you expect from 1" speakers?The 150 Hz - 20 kHz spec. is accurate.The wide stereo effect works very well.Speakers really sound like they are over 2 ft apart!Nice that it comes with a carrying case and even batteries. ... Read more


10. Altec Lansing IM2 IM2 Portable Speakers for MP3 Portable Enhanced Audio For All MP3
by Altec Lansing
list price: $115.99
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Asin: B00025HM7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 800
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The time has come to share the music!The inMotion speaker system is an ultra-portable, battery-operated stereo system that is the perfect addition to any portable MP3 player or CD player. A high efficient Class D amplifier powers two 2” full-range neodymium micro drivers to deliver a full spectrum of pure, distinct sound, while the revolutionary MaxxBass™ technology allows listeners to enjoy deep bass without lugging around a subwoofer. Connectivity is as simple as it can be, just plug the inMotion’s audio cable into your player’s headphone jack and get ready to share the music.Note: iPod not included. Specifications:*Speaker: 2" full-range driver with a neodymium magnet *Amplifier: 4 watt integrated Class D amp *Frequency response: 100-20,000 Hz *Connector Type: 3.5 mm stereo mini-phone jack *Power: AC power adapter (included), 4 AA batteries (not included) *Battery life: 24 hours +/- *Dimensions: 8" W x 5.4" D x 1.2" H *AC adaptor and 3.5mm stereo cable included. ... Read more

Features

  • Perfect addition to any portable audio player
  • High efficient digital amplifier (Class D)
  • Revolutionary MaxxBass™ technology – Creates deep bass without a subwoofer
  • High-performance, custom-designed 2“ full-range neodymium micro drivers
  • Extra long battery life – Delivers more than 24 hours of continuous playback with four AA batteries

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars good speakers for the price
Sound quality is very good for the size.

I have yet to test out the claim of 24 hours conitunous use on 4 AA battery.

one annoyance is that the base in the middle (between the two speaker) where u put your mp3 player/ipod do not have a no slippery surface. so you player will easily slipp off.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good speakers for your mp3 player!
Altec Lansing is known for providing good quality PC speakers for an affordable price. Now they have a hit on their hands in this portable speaker system for iPod or other mp3 player. The speakers are small, easy to carry, nice looking and most importantly sound very good.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!
The speakers themselves measure about 3.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches wide each.

The whole unit only stands (when unfolded) about 5 inches tall. If your mp3 player doesn't fit between the speakers, you can set it on the platform behind the speakers, which is nice... which I guess would also accomodate a portable cd player, etc.

The thing i was most impressed by is the sound quality. This thing can get annoyingly loud indoors... which is good! With some bass heavy songs, you might need to back it off just a touch (see the opening 20 seconds of Daft Punk - Around the World, or Underworld - River of Bass), but for most music, you can crank it up!

Everything about these speakers is very impressive, and reeks of clever design ideas... except one flaw. This is why I only gave it 4 stars. Even with batteries installed (4xAA), the speaker doesn't remember your volume setting when you turn it off. The next time you turn it on, you have to turn the volume back up again.

Other than that I'm completely and totally impressed! I'm taking it on vacation with me, and I can't wait!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little speakers
Got these for my MP3 player, excellent sound for the money. Fold up into a nice tiny bundle. Simply requires a headphone jack, so it would work well with any PC or portable player.

5-0 out of 5 stars A bargain if you click on the "Used or New"to the right.
This is quite the deal.Very good sound in a small package, and very handy, and looks purty. Great maker (Altec).Works great with my Ipaq, and my laptop at work.The bass actually isn't bad at all for no subwoof, and volume fills a small room handily.It's so portable.This purchase has made my life Nirvana.Well...

In conclusion, an extremely fine deal at the amount I paid, which I cannot obviously expose to you, dear consumer, but again, buy new at 4/10ths of the "regular" price, as I did.That's a hint. ... Read more


11. Altec Lansing XT1 Laptop Speaker System
by Altec Lansing Technologies
list price: $129.99
our price: $94.89
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Asin: B0006GBD5O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Technologies
Sales Rank: 1953
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Altec XT1 2-Piece Portable Speaker System Built-in laptop speakers are pretty underwhelming and that’s just a fact of life. Sure, they’re good for a beep here and ping there, but if you’ve ever tried to share your favorite song, watch a movie, or make a multimedia presentation using your laptop speakers, you know exactly what we mean. Introducing the Altec Lansing XT1 system. In addition to its thin, innovative design with removable stands, the XT1 delivers superb sound and surprisingly deep bass thanks to four full-range neodymium micro drivers and bass enhancement technology. And just like your laptop, the XT1 knows how to travel light. Because it’s USB-powered, there’s no need for a power supply and no batteries to forget. Plug it into your USB port, press play, and you’ll be listening to the best portable sound you’ve ever heard from a laptop. Pack it up in its deluxe carrying case, and you’re ready for your next trip. ... Read more

Features

  • 1.5 watts total RMS power (0.75 watts x 2); speakers include removable stands
  • Portable laptop speaker system with deluxe carrying case
  • 2 full-range neodymium micro drivers per speaker with bass enhancement
  • Powered through USB connection--no adapter or batteries required
  • Built-in power and volume controls; auxiliary input jack

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Say NO! to stock laptop speakers!
The Altec Lansing XT1 speakers are absolutely great!They have a small footprint yet fill a room with sound.They are nicely crafted and come in a well-designed padded case that fits perfectly into my laptop's carrying case.USB powered is the way to go, no external power supply needed!Sets up in a flash!

If you enjoy watching DVD's on your laptop, or listening to music, but hate the tiny sound from the stock built-in speakers this is the perfect set-up for you!

Shop around for the best deal on these as the prices vary significantly.I picked mine up for about $79.00 to give you an idea.I am not affiliated with the site, but www.pricegrabber.com is a wonderful tool for comparison shopping.I use it for just about everything.

5-0 out of 5 stars Astounding quality
I purchased a set of these speakers from the Amazon Marketplace.Despite some problems with the shipping, I am blown away by the quality of the sound from such a tiny set of speakers from MP3 files on my PC.If you enjoy music, these speakers can definitely increase the utility of your PC for a small investment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the mobile laptop user
I travel a lot, and need music. This means that I feel the need to take a mobile sound system with me. So I was very interested when the Altec Lansing XT1 speakers came on the market, and got them days after they first appeared.

My setup consists of a 15" Apple Powerbook running Mac OS X and iTunes, into which I have imported a large fraction of my CD collection, and the XT1 speakers.

Here are some comments on the XT1 speakers.

1) They plug directly into the USB port of the computer, and draw their power from it. So there's no need for ugly wall-warts and international plug adapters.

2) They come with a very compact carry case, roughly half the top surface area and twice the thickness of my computer. Very light for travel.

3) The sound is superb, given the physical size. Of course, they don't put out a huge amount of power or bass volume, but for that you'd need speakers ten times the size. What they do put out compares very favorably with other speakers of similar size.

4) Setup is easy. Just plug them into the USB port. That's all. I haven't tried them on a PC, so I don't know whether the situation is the same there.

5) The distortion is very low until you turn up the volume to the point where they overload, and then you hear some clipping.

6) Amazon doesn't seem to sell these speakers, even though they have them listed, but go to your nearest Best Buys, where they're on the shelf for about a hundred and thirty dollars.

7) You can also plug other sound sources into the XT1, but you'll need them plugged into your computer anyway because that's the only source from which it is able to take power.

8) I had a curious incident, where the speakers seemed to be panning most of the way to the left, and the stereo pan control disappeared from the audio system preferences. It turned out thatthis was caused by the speakers somehow going into mono mode; the solution was to get out the Audio Midi Setup tool from Applications/Utilities, and switch from mono to stereo. I think this is the fault of Mac OS X, not of the speakers. ... Read more


12. JBL Encounter 2.1 Multi Media Speaker System
by JBL
list price: $199.99
our price: $142.49
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Asin: B00077IHTC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JBL
Sales Rank: 8136
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Harman Multimedia (ENCOUNTER) JBL Encounter ... Read more

Features

  • Comes with two satellite speakers and on subwoofer
  • Harman Multimedia's world-class speakers computers, MP3 and iPods
  • "Touch Control" allows for simple touches to regulate volume
  • Patented Slipstream Port design maximizes port efficiency while minimizing port noise

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I've been abducted!
These speakers from JBL are an excellent choice for those seaking quality audio and a look that's totally out of this world.I have these attached to my new iMac G5, and so far I'm totally impressed with the sound quality.iTunes never sounded better.Since the iMac's integrated speaker system is less than desireable, this system will definately complete the Mac.

The Speakers are very easy to setup.Simply plug in the the left and right sattelites to the sub-woofer, then connect the AC power adapter, then plug the whole system into the audio out port on the iMac.The power switch (button style) is on the center back of the sub-woofer.A green LED on the front of the sub indicates the system has been powered on.The speakers have both treble and bass settings built into the back of the sub-woofer (dial style).

One of the most exciting features of this system is the volume controls.There are two chrome buttons on the right sattelite speaker, one "+" and one "-".Simply touch the appropriate spot and the volume goes up or down.Tap it for incremental increases or decreases, or hold for fast increases and decreases in volume.Touch both at the same time to mute the system.To bring out of mute, simple touch either button.

Overall, I have to give this speaker system 5*****'s.I really can't think of any con's as it relates these speakers.I purchased my set through dynadirect for $99.00.The average retail cost is $199.99 if you were to buy them from the Apple store.Save some money and be pleasantly surprised by the quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars BANGIN!
i WENT TO THE APPLE STORE TO BUY A NICE PAIR OF SPEAKERS FOR MY IPOD WHEN I RAN INTO THIS DEEP BASS DRUMMIN MULTIMEDIA MUSIC SYSTEM...BOYS' IT GOOD! aWESOME bASS...jUST HOW I LIKE MY MUSIC, LOW AND BASSY! cOOL DESIGN....
aWESOME ... Read more


13. Sony SRS-T88 Compact Portable Speakers
by Sony
list price: $89.99
our price: $55.09
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Asin: B0001RMAA0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 3975
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Featuring a compact, foldable design, the SRS-T88 speakers will travel with you wherever you go. A supplied world voltage adapter even lets you go overseas without worrying about batteries. Perfectly portable, these powerful speakers can easily travel with you for business or pleasure. ... Read more

Features

  • Magnetically shielded so the speakers will not disturb images when close to a TV or monitor
  • Includes world-voltage (100V to 240V) AC/DC power adapter; also runs on 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Single chassis, dual speakers with 2 watts per channel
  • Compact, foldable design permits easy transport wherever you take your portable music player or digital voice recorder
  • 1.3-inch neodymium-magnet drivers produce high energy output for greater speaker movement, power, and sonic accuracy

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars where's the bass?
i suppose i expected too much from sony on this 1.i am a loyal sony consumer because of their high quality and true to their word advertising.sony really missed the mark on this product however.the quality is good, but the bass is missing!

5-0 out of 5 stars great sound in such a small package
i usually take my boombox/radio to work and listen to my cd's but i have to lug it around in a backpack and then there's carrying all my cd's, it's getting old so a few days ago,
i got on amazon and started browsing through mobile speakers.
i bought these and a smaller sony version that says(blue) attached to the end of the name, those were about $40 dollars, not to bad I thought, but i work in a cooler with a many large fans blowing, so the sound quality/volumewere not enough for me.I was lucky and came across these at a local furniture/electronics store. there were about $80 there so it is wiser to get these at amazon.com.

I love these, i plug it into my sony hd mini-discman nh600d, and now instead of carring around a backpack and a 128 cd case, i can take about 70% of my cd collection which is alot more then what is in that single 128 case to work in the palm of my hand or in a few extra HD 1gig discs.

there are others complaing about sound quality, you do lose a little but come on people that is to be expected, this thing is about as long as DVD case and half as wide and about 1 1/2 inches deep, so yes the sound quality is never gonna be the same as a $80 or $200 radio/boombox.the sound quality in my opinion is amazing for the size of this thing.you are always going to lose something to gain a little something, and I for one do not mind this very little loss in quality, now almost all of my music can go with my anywhere.

Great space saver,
great sound.
i would recommend these to anyone looking for a great portable speaker.

3-0 out of 5 stars Lacking Bass
Little disappointed in the unit, hoped it might have a bit more bass. BTW, there is no "Mega Bass" circuit you can "kick-in", as the product description says; there is a Power switch and a Volume control, and that is it. I have to think you can do better for $60. They are easily portable, however, and far better than most laptop's speakers (though that is really not saying much). ... Read more


14. Macally PODWAVE - Portable iPod Stereo Speakers
by Macally
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.19
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Asin: B00065XSP8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Macally
Sales Rank: 3391
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

MODEL- POD-WAVEVENDOR- MACALLYFEATURES- PodWAVEPortable iPod Stereo SpeakersTo share your sounds anytime, anywhere- PODWAVE tiny, portable,battery-operated stereo speakers. * Ultra-portable, battery operated mini stereo system for your iPod. * Enjoy your iPod music without headsets or large wired external speakers. * Share music with friends anywhere, anytime. * ON/OFF switch to save battery life while not in use* Works with iPod, iPod Mini or any audio players with a 3.5mm jack. * Single AA battery (included) lasts up to 8 hours of continuous use. * 500mW power output per channel for exceptional stereo sound. -- SPECIFICATIONs -------------------------------------- SIZE - 3.3"w x 1.3"h x 1.3"d WT.- 0.9 oz.Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theMacally PODWAVE - iPod Speakers Batt.Operated and all other Macally iPOD Access ... Read more

Features

  • Works with iPod, iPod Mini or any audio players with a 3.5mm Jack
  • 500mW output per channel for exceptional stereo sound
  • Enjoy your iPod music without headsets or large wired external speakers
  • Share music with friends, anywhere, anytime
  • ON/OFF switch to save battery life while not in use

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars Handy but weak
These speakers are small, but sound that way.They remind me of what a little transistor radio use to sound like.One of my mp3 players would not even power it enough to be heard.My iPod Mini produced enough sound to be heard slightly across a room.I would not recommend this speaker system.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent with IPOD for what the job it is intended for
Put the PODWAVE on your IPOD, slip it in your shirt pocket with an audio book playing and scoot down the road for hours of no hassle in car sound. Want something for beside the bed in a motel room to lull you to sleep, great product. Want to listen to super fidelity, loosen up with the dough and get some Shure earbuds.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nemo MyMac.com Review
PodWave Portable iPod Stereo Speaker - Review
John Nemerovski
Columnist, The Nemo Memo, Book Bytes
Wednesday, 04/27/05
Introduction, by Barbara "Mrs. Nemo"

Every summer we drive to California in our VW New Beetle. John and I stuff in our clothes and cooler, maps and hiking boots with no room to spare, except for his computer and music tapes and CDs and a boom box to play them on.

The boom box is an important summer accessory because it lulls us to sleep each night. I hear five minutes or less of Mozart and I am out cold. (Or is it the fog, or perhaps the great food and too much wine?) But I resent the space that ugly boombox takes up in our tiny car.

Packing for the trip has a new challenge this year. We are bringing our puppy, a six pound Havanese, with all her paraphernalia, a crate, some blankets, toys, food, and doggie bowls. Where shall we squeeze in the computer and boom box around a dog?

John has solved our musical problem with the recent acquisition of an iPod and PodWave. It's a little speaker that fits on top of the iPod and will play lullabies for us each night. Sweet dreams for us, and less arguing about where the hiking boots fit in and does he really need four Photoshop books and backpacks full (...).

Thank you, iPod and PodWave. You have saved our marriage and family for another year. But we are mailing our clothes to California because puppy needs space in the VW.

(...)

Prior to PodWave's arrival, my super duper 30GB iPod (3rd generation) was deficient in one important category. Without a built-in speaker, there was no way to listen to any music on the iPod without earphones or a car adapter.

Remove PodWave (PW) from its plastic package, place the included throwaway AA battery into a compartment within PW's cylindrical plastic case, insert PW into audio port on top of iPod, move a single small black switch from off to on position (a LED indicator would be helpful), turn up iPod volume to high, and listen out in the open (preferably indoors). That's it!

(...)This device is simply great, meaning it's v-e-r-y easy to use and ideal for casual (non-audiophile quality) listening.

Sound quality is decent, given PW's small size and tiny speakers. Midtones are clear and crisp, and high frequencies are acceptable. Bass is somewhere between inaudible and nonexistent, but who cares? Distortion is minimal, and pop music sounds fine, as does most jazz and classical.

You'll soon learn to become creative with placement of iPod+PodWave for optimum audio, because the sound is not very loud. So far my first choice is with the duo resting on a resonant wood surface, such as a dresser, with my neoprene iPod case placed in an inverted V above the speaker, sort of like a roof over a house, when observed from the front. Here's a photo:





I recommend you use rechargeable AA's instead of single-use batteries, for environmental reasons, if not for longer audio time. Your mileage will vary; I get a LOT of playing from a single rechargeable!

If audiophiles give me grief due to PW's "tinny" sound, they can take a long one-way hike with their $500 earbuds up the nearest peak. Because in real world usage, I intend to keep PodWave close at hand for listening around the house. It's cute, affordable, convenient, reasonably sonorous, and it works! If you need ambient audio (mostly indoors, as opposed to outside or in the car), get one today.

2-0 out of 5 stars tin
With technology what it is being able to cram incredible sound into tiny spaces (witness the incredibly expensive Bose tiny shelf speakers) it is amazing that the company that made this was not too embarrassed to put this tinny (and I don't mean tiny), barely audible set of speakers it on the market. It would cost more money to return this to Amazon to keep it and thus is the end of this story. . .

1-0 out of 5 stars Too Quiet!
It looks cool, but sounds terribly quiet. When you max out the volume the sound distorts.

Also, if you have any sort of case for your iPod, the PodWave will not sit flush and will not make a full contact. Additionally, it 'spins' easily and loses contact that way. But here's the worst part; If youre playing a song and you lose contact, the iPod pauses your music!

[...] ... Read more


15. Kensington 33130 Portable Laptop Speakers (USB 2.0/1.1)
by Kensington Technology Group
list price: $49.99
our price: $33.14
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Asin: B00022TNGI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 5362
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

A sound investment in digital audio quality Quality MP3, CD, and DVD audio deserves quality speakers. The Laptop USB Speakers deliver. These USB-based speakers are fully digital, reproducing sound quality that exceeds the quality of built-in speakers and surpasses the analog limitations of standard headphones. The speakers are powered by the USB port so there are no cumbersome power cords or easily-drained batteries to hassle with. Even volume control is easier via an intuitive knob. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable, USB-powered laptop speakers
  • Designed for use with digital sources such as CD, MP3, DVD
  • No cumbersome power supply or batteries required
  • Lightweight and compact for on-the-road enjoyment
  • Rotary knob for easy volume adjustments

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars AT THIS PRICE - YOU CAN'T GO WRONG
I bought these speakers to use with my HP Pavilion Laptop computer to by-pass the tinny sounding laptop speakers.I just got them today and I am very pleased!They arrived in 2 days by UPS.

All you do is plug one USP plug into your laptop and the other end into the speakers.That's it!The 5 step installation process for Windows XP users, is simple and fast.In fact, if you just wait a few minutes, Windows XP may install it automatically for you.There are no power cords or anything else to bother with.Each speaker is about the size of a music cassette, so opened up it would be like 2 cassettes side by side.

I am very pleased with the sound since it picks up nuances in the music that the laptop speakers miss.I think most people will be pleased with the quality, unless you are an audiophile.There is an occasional, SLIGHT distortion with some sounds, but not enough of a distortion to bother me.The volume range is just right and you can hear it at the other end of the room.(Just don't expect it to be as loud as a boom box.)

Two very cool things about these speakers.1) The USB cord self retracts into this little spool to make things tidy.2)The corners of the speakers have these blue LED lights that glow when you've connected the speakers to your laptop.(They look great at night.)A couple of bonus features I didn't expect.

In summary, for this very reasonable price, you can't go wrong.I only wish I had bought these a year ago, instead of waiting so long.
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16. PARENT - M-Audio Studiophile DX4 Professional Desktop Monitoring System, Silver
by M-Audio

Asin: B0007UNVZY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars A simple and affordable product with good sound
I found the DX4's to be good speakers for the money. If you are into surround sound gaming, they are not for you, but they are perfect for music on the desktop.

Note that these aren't just for computers. They have standard line-level inputs on the back, so you can attach anything to them, such as an iPod or CD player.

The cabinets are sturdy (and heavy). The cones are exposed though; there is no grille to keep curious cats, ferrets or toddlers away from the relatively delicate material of the speakers themselves. Keep this in mind when you choose a location.

The headphone jack on the front is a very nice touch, but I found the midrange boost control feature to be of little value, at least in the room I was in. Your mileage may vary.

Sure, you could go get "real" stereo speakers and an amp to drive them, but if you want some good sound on a budget these speakers with built-in amp will treat you well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Top of home, office, or studio computer speaker systems!
Just hooked these up yesterday and I am loving them.
I have the top of the line dual 2.5gig G5 mac with 23 inch cinema screen and these are by far as good as the rest of this system.
Was not sure which speakers to get so I went to the Mission Valley Apple store here in San DIego and listened to every set they had on display. There were six sets in all and these studio monitors blew the others away.
The sales person agreed and was surprised because he had dismissed them because they did not look as cool as all the others.
If you are into music and listen to voice recordings then these are for you.
We played the same song on each setup they had and these were the only ones that had full sound and all the highs and lows but most importantly the mid range sounds too.
We discovered that these were the only speakers that played the string instruments on the recording. The other 5 didn't.
If you have an Apple store near by, I reccomend you go and check these out for yourself. Beside the obvious reason of listening to actual studio monitors there, you will be fascinated to see the store of the future, Apple.
Rock on! ... Read more


17. Monster Cable iSpeaker iPod Portable Speakers (AI SPKR-PT)
by Monster
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001HIT2S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Monster
Sales Rank: 2938
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Give your iPod, laptop or portable DVD player a full stereo voice with these Monster iSpeaker portable flat panel speakers. The slim "double CD case" design provides for easy travel and storage but folds out for full stereo speaker sound. The iSpeaker portable runs on its own batteries so it won't drain power from your iPod or laptop. Features: 24K gold-plated cable contacts that resist corrosion and provide a high quality signal transfer; a convenient mini headphone jack for easy connecting; and 4 Monster PowerCells. iPod sold separately. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes a three foot mini-to-mini stereo cable and four AA alkaline PowerCells
  • Easy, lightweight solution to listen to iPod and laptops
  • Over eight hours of playtime from four AA Alkaline PowerCells
  • Can be used with any portable audio device with a mini-jack output, including laptops
  • Sleek double-CD case design is perfect for packing away until needed

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound for the size
I just bought this to use instead of the crummy built-in speakers in my notebook computer, and what a great improvement!

When you turn it up, and it gets pretty loud before it starts to distort, there's quite a bit of bass. You can really feel the case vibrate. Also, the imaging is quite good. Very convenient case is a bit larger than a double-CD case. ... Read more


18. CreativeLabs TRAVELSOUND 1PC SPK-W/O AC ADPT ( TS300-W/O )
by Creative Labs
list price: $79.99
our price: $68.39
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Asin: B000093LX5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 27254
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

For great sound on the go, these compact speakers by Creative are powerful and portable. Featuring a glossy white finish, the sleek design contains 2 premium titanium drivers to deliver full dynamic sound with amazing clarity, plus digital amplifiers to provide power efficiency and extended battery life. Foldable for easy storage, they play digital music from any portable audio device with a line-out or headphone jack. Operates for up to 35 hours with 4 AAA batteries (not included). Includes 3.5mm stereo-to-stereo cable and carrying case. Imported. 2Hx6Wx2-1/2D". ... Read more

Features

  • Portable, foldable travel speakers
  • 2 premium titanium drivers
  • Powerful digital amplifiers
  • Line-out or headphone jack operation
  • Up to 35 hours of use with batteries

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars better than the laptop's speakers
Just bought these at a local store.They are a lot better than the laptop speakers.A whole lot louder, too.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok sound
The sound is pretty good. It is just a little bit better than Laptop speakers. I use it for my projector and it will be loud enough to fill a room with sound 35x35 feet. Don't expect much bass though unless you turn down the volume alot. It can run 35 hours on battery which I think is really good.

4-0 out of 5 stars rugged and good for hotel room background music
I never watch TV at home.As soon as I get into a hotel room, however, I immediately switch the TV on.When I travel with these speakers and an MP3 player or laptop, however, I set up some background music and don't waste my life watching the Weather Channel.I've had mine on the road for more than 70 traveling days and in checked soft-ish airline bags for perhaps 10 flights.So far they are still working well.

At this weight you can't expect an authentic reproduction of a 9' Steinway grand piano.But these are vastly better and louder than the speakers built into laptop computers.

5-0 out of 5 stars TRAVEL SPEAKERS! Great, depending on your needs.
These speakers were quite surprising at first listen. For the miniature size (and they are small) these speakers really put out a nice loud sound. Almost unbelievable. These speakers will work best as sound for a ONE ROOM environment. Don't plan on replacing your home stereo. The main complaint from most users is that the speakers distort under high volumes. You can't expect home stereo sound from a tiny unit like this. But, believe me, the sound is more than adequate for travel purposes. For example, these are perfect for a hotel room or a nice sound source during a day on the beach. They are MORE than adequate for those types of applications. Don't buy these speakers with the intent that they will serve as at-home computer speakers. These things are fantastic for the road and best of the best in travel speakers. However, sometimes people can expect more than is technically feasible. Considering the size and price, these speakers ROCK!

1-0 out of 5 stars Expected better from CreativeLabs
I recently purchased these speakers and was amazed at how bad they were. These are not cheap speakers.

The purchase was for my CD player and computer. The problem is that when you turn up the volume to any decent level, there is buzzing and alot of noise, especially on any bass tone.

There is also a switch at the top between the up and down volume buttons that's supposed to produce a "Wide Stereo Effect". It actually makes the noise worse.

While they do look nice (though they have a tendency to fall over), the sound quality make these not worth purchasing.

I've returned these speakers and am now looking for an alternative. ... Read more


19. Sony SRS-T33 Compact Portable Speakers (Blue)
by Sony
list price: $39.99
our price: $33.67
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Asin: B0001RM9GA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 10793
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Don't want to wear headphones just to enjoy a little of your own music back at the hotel? Take some speakers with you. With SRS-T33's single chassis and compact, foldable design, Sony's 1-watt-per-channel portable speakers will travel wherever you do. The little package even offers cable and plug storage management.

The speakers' 1.3-inch (34 mm) neodymium magnet drivers produce high energy output for impressive speaker movement, power, and sonic accuracy, giving you remarkably good sound from speakers occupying little more space than a CD case. Sometimes referred to as a rare earth magnet, neodymium offers 15 times the strength of a traditional strontium-iron-based magnet. This strength grants greater power handling and higher frequency reproduction. Kick in the unit's Mega Bass circuit for a boost.

The SRS-T33 is magnetically shielded to avoid interference when placed near or atop a TV, laptop computer, or monitor. The speakers operate for about 24 hours using 4 AA batteries (not included) and weigh approximately 8 ounces (without batteries) or 12 ounces (with batteries). The unit can also be used as passive portable speaker system, with no batteries or external power source required; just use the headphone amplifier on you portable device. Optional accessories include the AC-E60HG or AC-E60A AC/DC power adapters.

What's in the Box
Speaker unit, a connecting cord, a user's manual, and warranty info. ... Read more

Features

  • Magnetically shielded so the speakers will not disturb images when close to a TV or monitor
  • Works for 24 hours on 4 AA batteries (not included); also works as a passive system driven by your portable device (no power required)
  • Single chassis, dual speakers with 1 watt per channel x 2
  • Compact, foldable design permits easy transport wherever you take your portable music player or digital voice recorder
  • 1.3-inch neodymium-magnet drivers produce high energy output for greater speaker movement, power, and sonic accuracy

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Accessory Error
I purchased this product and specifically wanted to use it with an AC power source.As you can see from the technical specifications, it can use the optional AC-E60A AC Adapter.(The same note is provided on the Sony web site.)That is not true.I spent a long time today with Sony support and the same answer from everyone was that, in fact, this speaker is not compatible with an AC adapter.If you want to use batteries, fine (although it did sound "tinny"), but if you want to use an AC power source, look elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars Gets the Job Done
I wanted a small, portable speaker for my mp3 player that didn't cost too much and had decent sound.This unit fits all of those criteria and I'm happy with it.No, the sound quality isn't extremely high fidelity and the bass lacks depth, but it gets the job done.

1-0 out of 5 stars A terrible choice for portable audio.
I find it hard to believe that any of the reviewers who have made positive comments have actually listened to and compared several different sets of portable speakers.If they had, they would tell you to avoid these losers.

The sound is tinny, even with the amplifier on.With only .15 watts per channel, you get volume only marginally above that of a typical set of headphones just lying on the table. These might do OK if you put them on the pillow next to your head, but I suspect that you will still be disappointed.

Instead, consider the Panasonic RP-SPT70 travel speakers.They are, when folded, only slightly larger than the T33s.They use four AA batteries and have 1 watt of power output per speaker.They also cost about $10 less than the Sonys.

To be fair, the Sonys DO fit in just about any handbag or briefcase.And they are very solidly constructed.But this does not compensate for the poor sound quality.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great speakers for the traveler
I personally bought this item in silver, but assume it's the same as the blue. I always travel with my laptop and have been wearing headphones to hear good sound or listening to very poor (if audible) quality from the speakers on my laptop. These speakers, at $40, do a great job; no more headphones in the motel room. Without batteries, it's useless, but I installed normal alkaline batteries and got as good, if not better sound than the TV in my expensive hotel room. I've listened to music and DVD's on this speaker and won't wear headphones on the road again. The cables from my amplifer to my speakers at home cost more than $40 and this certainly doesn't duplicate that sound, but for a traveler or for someone going on vacation with their family, this speaker, at $40, is a great value. The only reason I rated it a 4 stars rather than 5 stars is that, as we all know from experience, there will be better speakers tomorrow. (Today, it deserves 5 stars).

2-0 out of 5 stars Not so great
I purchased these based on a recommendation in one of my outdoor magazines.I was quite disappointed.

The sound is mediocre at best.The "megabass" advertised on the package is a joke.The speakers are easily overwhelmed and quick to distort.Have you listened to music on a very cheap clock-radio?These are step below that.

Definitely not worth the $40 I paid.I'm returning these and going back to a pair of Sony travel speakers I purchased about 15 years ago.They're larger, but sound much better.

If you're satisfied with weak sound and must have something very small, these might be acceptable. ... Read more


20. Sony SRS-A202 Active Speakers with Built-in Mega Bass Sound
by Sony
list price: $29.99
our price: $23.64
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Asin: B00008Y1A7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 4598
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SRS-A202 active speakers will morph your personal CD player or radio into a substantial sound system. With their compact size and shape, these speakers are perfect for a dorm room or office. The four watts of power, along with the 57 mm driver units provide quality sound with a wide frequency. The speakers feature a dynamic sound duct for deep, accurate bass sound. To enhance the bass sound, Sony has installed a built-in Mega Bass sound; this boosts the sound quality, especially at low frequencies. With magnetic shielding, you can be confident that the speakers will not harm the quality of other near-by components, like a TV or computer monitor.

There are two inputs on these speakers, allowing you to hook up two different sound sources. The on/off switch and volume control are located at the front of one of the speakers. The two speaker cords are a full two meters long, making it easy to properly separate these speakers for excellent sound. Take your Walkman or Discman to a new level with these active, compact speakers.

What's in the Box
Sony SRS-A202 speakers, AC adaptor, user's manual and a ninety day warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Video shielded for distortion-free placement near TVs and computer monitors
  • Includes AC power adapter
  • Compact, powered stereo speakers for use with portable electronics or in space-constrained environments
  • 2 watts per channel x 2, with 2.24-inch drivers and bass-reflex enclosures; Mega Bass circuit enhances low-frequencies
  • 2 stereo minijack (.125-inch) analog audio inputs accommodate a PC, MP3 player, portable DVD or CD player, or other device

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Tinny indeed
I agree with the viewer preceding me. Very tinny. The ones I was using from my old computer sound 100% better. These are a complete waste. Two stars because I do hear the music but it sounds awful.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very unhappy with this product
These speakers were a major disappointment.I have speakers that are about 5 years old, and wanted to replace them.But these Sony speakers were AWFUL - the sound was tinny, the bass was almost non-existent, and the sound was probably worse than that coming from my built-in laptop speakers.

And these weren't even the "cheap" speakers - there were many sets that cost less than this.If you care at all about the quality of the speakers, spend another $20-$30 and get a decent set... don't buy these...

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT ITEM
I bought this for my kids computer when I bought a new one for hubby and myself... these speakers sound better then the more expensive ones I have.... I highly recommend these speakers ... Read more


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