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Not Quite "Waking Up the Neighbours" -- ThinkOutside's Boomtube H2O1 review

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Not Quite "Waking Up the Neighbours" -- ThinkOutside's Boomtube H2O1 review

 

The Boomtube from ThinkOutside (which shares its name and specifications with a similar product from Virgin Electronics) is a medium-powered portable sound amplifier for any audio producing device – from an iPod to Pocket PC to Smartphone. Boasting...

Compact, rugged, portable design ; Better than average sound (for the size of drivers), especially with ability to separate the speakers ; Good quality carrying case, with room for cables and ac adapter as well ; Can handle almost any type of audio...

Not exactly ‘rattle’ the windows volume, but reasonable for personal listening ; Small drivers mean listening position is important, especially at higher frequencies ; A little mushy in parts of the mid-range ; Battery lasts about 3 to 4 hours at...

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