Posts Tagged With: volume

HyperPS Bluetooth Speaker 8/10

I’ve reviewed a lot of bluetooth speakers at this point, and if I’ve realized anything it’s that there are plenty of variations in the price and quality available. Thankfully, these usually go hand in hand either with a high price and high quality, or low price and (expected) lower quality. There are certainly some situations where you pay a lot expecting a lot and end up let down, or buy cheap speakers that end up not working at all. I’m happy to say these speakers fall into neither quality.

Low price, and somewhat low quality. If that seems unacceptable I’m not sure what to tell you; at this point I basically live by ‘you get what you pay for.’ That being said, these ~$13 speakers sound about how you would expect ~$13 speakers to sound (maybe a little better).

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If you’re buying these to provide sound for a somewhat small area, say if you’re going to the beach and don’t want to bother others, these speakers are great. And as far as I’m concerned, if they do that at their price it’s more than worth the cost.

With some pretty cool LED light features and a metal exterior that certainly doesn’t come off as cheap, it’s better than a lot of other speakers you’ll find at the price.

You can find them for sale on Amazon here.

These speakers were sent to me for free in return for an unbiased review.

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T9 Wireless FM Transmitter 9/10

For a few years now, I’ve driven a car with no direct cable for my phone’s audio, nowhere to plug my phone into the car’s system, no bluetooth capability, and not even a cassette player to use as an adapter. Couple this with my personal hatred for radio, and I’ve struggled to figure out a way to listen to my music (or podcasts) on long commutes – that is until now.

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Once exhausting all of the options listed above, I began to think of other ways to play my phone’s audio in the car. My first thought was to just use the phone itself, it does have built-in speakers after all. After one drive it seemed like a less than optimal solution, and after one drive with the windows open I realized it wasn’t going to work at all. Then I looked into changing my car’s radio, or another part of my car, to be able to connect my phone. After looking up the process involved in doing so, as well as the price, I realized that too wasn’t going to work.

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iHome Rechargeable Mini Speaker (8/10)

The way we listen to music has completely evolved. That is a blatant understatement, because I don’t know about you but from speakers to headphones (only mentioning sound) it seems like there are as many options as there are songs. I know that to me portability is more important than volume and bass, but regardless of the size I just want something that works in a world of a million options.

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I think in terms of looks this one definitely speaks for itself. With the pop-up design it’s extremely convenient on the go, and when in use it gives off a nice “vibe” so to speak. It adds a nice look to most settings, but definitely doesn’t overdo it with color or any other features.

 

In terms of functionality, I have absolutely no complaints. For its size it has tremendous sound, and quality to boot. The only problem, which I don’t consider a problem because it’s to be expected, is at its loudest volume some factors of the music become out of proportion.

 

All in all this one gets an (8/10) and is goes up there as one of my personal favorites.

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