|Item Weight||12.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||90401|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||90401|
|Special Features||Recharges in 2 hours, 20 Hours of audio per charge, Stereo Speakers, Daisy-Chain For Louder Sound, Compatible with any device with 3.5mm connection|
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Goal Zero 90401 Rockout Green Speaker
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- Wooden sound box and bass speakers delivers a full-range of high quality sound
- Protect and store your player or iPod by closing the Rock-Out and zipping it up
- Shock cord makes is easy to hang the Rock-Out from a pack bike stem or belt
- Use the USB port to charge the Rock-Out's rechargeable battery; know when the Rock-Out is on or receiving a charge by way of the power indicator
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Hit the trails, water or office and share hours of high quality sound with fellow trekkers. The Rock-Out pumps sound from your iPod, mp3, mp4 and other audio devices through its integrated speakers. Simply plug the Rock-Out into the headphone or audio jack of your device and hit play. Its rugged and portable design will keep the tunes going whether mounted to a bike stem, backpack or climbing harness.
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The Rock Out rechargeable MP3 and laptop speaker charges directly from Nomad 7 or USB. The wooden sound box and bass speakers delivers a full range of high quality sound. Rock Out has internal battery so it won't drain your device's power. And it's weather resistant to keep up with you on your outdoor adventures.
Rock Out offers a quick recharge time of only 4 hours via USB (DC) or when connected to the GoalZero Nomad 7. Expect 2-4x longer charge times depending on weather conditions when charging by solar.
- Speaker Dimension: 40mm
- Power Rating: 2 x 2 watts
- Signal Processing: Double Stereo Speaker
- Product Weight (no pkg): 14.4 oz; 0.40 kgs
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 3 (inches); 15 x 14 x 7.6 (cm)
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Top Customer Reviews
Out of the box the sound is terrible. BUT - with a quick modification, problem solved - a great, portable speaker system.
Conceptually, this is a really cool concept... battery free, rechargeable from a portable solar panel, external battery pack, any USB cource, and has a great zippered carry pouch to stow cables, ipod, phone etc...
That said, right out of the box, I thought my unit was a dud. Obviously, this isn't a Bose sound dock, so I'm not expecting a symphony from this small little box... but I tried it with my ipod and phone, and well, the sound sucked. All mid range and no highs - extremely muddled. Initially I thought maybe there was a high frequency driver that was defective.
So, I compared to some low, low end radio shack portables side by side. Something was wrong. I was annoyed. So, I used a 2" cold chisel to separate the soft shell/fabric case from the speaker box and remove the guts. Problem solved!!
The battery/amplifier/speaker box is a self-contained solid recutangular module that slips into the soft fabric/foam sheath. The two small speaker drivers are mounted within a solid particleboard enclosure. Trouble is, the overall case - probably 3/8" foam plus external fabric covers the speakers. The perforations are useless - like holes in a salt shaker to let the sound through. Bottom line, the sound is like the speakers are wrapped in a blanket because, well, they are. Poor design.
WHAT TO DO:
Use a large flat screwdriver, putty knife or some such to work around the seam between the unit and the case. Once free, it slips easily in and out - you can then have the speakers playing in the open - sounds WAY better! You can even put them back in the case backwards. This in no way damages the device - easy mod. If you don't do this, you will be bitterly disappointed.
If modded, I give 2 thumbs up.
"WHAT TO DO:
Use a large flat screwdriver, putty knife or some such to work around the seam between the unit and the case. Once free, it slips easily in and out - you can then have the speakers playing in the open - sounds WAY better! You can even put them back in the case backwards. This in no way damages the device - easy mod. If you don't do this, you will be bitterly disappointed."
I actually just used a large flat key instead of a knife or screwdriver, same concept though. This took about 20 seconds to do, the sound is like night and day. HOWEVER, just flipping the speakers looks aesthetically horrible and im slightly OCD about that.
PART 2 of the mod by Joyaman:
"After removing the box from the pouch, I held a utility knife (suspended by my thumb and forefinger) above the foam so that it couldn't reach the mesh fabric on the front. Just score lightly between the outer dots in a rocking motion to perforate the circle one dot at a time, then pop up two consecutive tabs to obtain a flap that you can grab with your fingers (or a needlenose) - pull from one dot to the next until you've removed the whole circle. Reinsert the box, then most importantly, ROCK ON with your bad self!"
The mesh fabric looks to be VERY fragile, so be careful there. All in all, i think it looks EVEN better than it did before the mod and sounds 10x better! I will try to upload pics if i can figure it out.
I have a balcony in the city and sometimes like to enjoy the view with a little music in the background. I used to use a big battery operated boombox [I know - old school] and was looking for an upgrade this summer. I looked online at all possible options [Brookstone included]. Cost as well as functionality played a big part in my decision. I did not want to deal with cords, hubs, or having to have an engineering degree to get a wireless connection. When I first saw Goal Zero's speaker I was not so sure as it was so small and "different looking". I read all the reviews from the various sellers and even went to the company's website before making my decision...
Needless-to-say, I made the right decision. Color me impressed - 1) the sound quality is very good, surprisingly so; 2) it's extremely portable; 3) it's got a good rugged material for all kinds of environments; 4) I just connect to my MP3 player and I am good to go; 5) and also of importance- it's in my budget!
I took it to a rooftop party and everyone was equally amazed at the sound quality. It's so good, I plan on getting one for my Dad for Father's Day so he and my mom can enjoy their back patio.
5 stars for sure.
Just add this little Bluetooth receiver Sony Ericsson Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Headset with FM Radio, and you can! The Sony receiver is also rechargeable and can be placed INSIDE your zipped Rockout speaker, leaving you with a fully-portable cordless speaker. Your phone or MP3 player remains safely in your pocket, bag or somewhere *waterproof* while the speaker is out where it can punch out your tunes!
I did just this while biking with my 7YO daughter. She had the speaker attached to her bike, while I streamed songs from my phone. This let her to bike in a safe manner, while I controlled the songs and volume. Of course, we need to stay within Bluetooth range of each other, but that proved to be about 30 feet and wasn't a problem.
Added bonus: the receiver also has an FM radio, so you can go old school and pull tunes (and yes, commercials) over the air.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Second set. I beat the hell out of my first one. I hope they keep making these without bluetooth.Published 2 months ago by T. Bourgois
Great for the money and its something different than having earbuds in all the time. Loud enough without having to modify anything. Read morePublished 2 months ago by UbenSlayed
I have been using this now for a few years now. Battery lasts extremely long on a charge. Sound is good for its size. I did modify it by ripping out some cork that was in it.Published 3 months ago by JaylovesDaisy
Phono input is attached 6 inches cable and does not disconnect, so you cannot use your own longer cable as input. You also have to unzip it to do connect, turn on, or off.Published 3 months ago by James
I bought several of these for Christmas gifts last year. Everyone loved them and several people asked me where I bought them as they wanted more. Read morePublished 3 months ago by cheryl bahl
great little speaker i use it on the golf course love the rechargeable battery lasts about 7 hours on one charge gets pretty loud everybody that ever asks me about it says its... Read morePublished 3 months ago by April Gilbert
I saw a friend with these speakers and I was shocked how loud they could project. They don't look like much, but they're very good. The charger cord is soooooooo short. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer Gilliland