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Lasonic i931RU Ghetto Blaster w/ iPod Dock Rap-Up Edition

by Lasonic

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  • Supported USB flash disk and SD/MMC card to playback MP3 files
  • Enjoy your iPod without earphone
  • iPod control and charging
  • Watch video on your TV if using iPod Video
  • Good reception Tuner function (AM/FM/RBDS)
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Technical Details
Brand NameLasonic
Item Weight25 pounds
Product Dimensions28.1 x 17.2 x 8.7 inches
Item model numberi931RU
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0022S50IA
Best Sellers Rank #949,902 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight25 pounds
Date First AvailableMarch 30, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lasonic
  • Model: i931RU

Product Description

Comes with manufacturer warranty. Also comes with the 30-days money back gurantee. Please review the Return Policy for more information. Ships using FedEx within 24 hrs with the tracking#. Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed !!! Lasonic i931RU Ghetto Blaster w/ iPod Dock Rap-Up Edition Model: i931RU SKU: 233876961M Manufacturer: LASONIC Condition: New Updated i931 iPOD Ghetto Blaster with an AM/FM tuner, 3.5mm stereo auxiliary input, USB input and SD card reader for direct MP3 playback. Two powerful 12w speakers will deliver enough music to your listening pleasure. This i-931 compatible with varieties of iPods such as iPod Color display , iPod Classic also iPod Photo. Product Features * Supported USB flash disk and SD/MMC card to playback MP3 files * Enjoy your iPod without earphone * iPod control and charging * Watch video on your TV if using iPod Video * Good reception Tuner function (AM/FM/RBDS) * FM 20 preset stations and AM 20 preset stations * Show RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data System) text on LCD display * Alarm to wake up and sleep function * Accurately real time clock display * Separate bass and treble controls * Powerful speaker sound system (12W x 2) * EQ adjustment * Volume level indicator * AUX IN for extension function * Headphone input and volume/echo adjustment * Full function remote control * Using AC power or batteries for operation * Dimensions (W/H/D): 650 x 166 x 365 mm * iPod is not included

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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Drive-In-Freak on December 28, 2009
Sound quality:
So so. It sounds like a mediocre box from the '80s ( although better than most things that are available today)..not bad, but nothing to write home about. It does not hold up to the better boxes of the past, but that shouldn't be surprising. The treble frequencies are reproduced clearly with little or no harshness, the same for the midrange. Bass response seems to roll off at about 100-120Hz.
The good news is that it has separate bass and treble (-7 to +7 Db) controls, so your not limited to (often useless) pre-set eq settings.

Radio:
AM reception is so awful that I thought something was wrong with it. All I could pull in were the strongest local stations and not very well. After talking a look inside (I wasn't about to send it back over poor AM reception, and I have a background in electronics) I noticed one of the most minanal AM circuits I've ever seen, and a VERY small coil bar. Replacing the tiny ferrite bar brought reception up to less than average instead of almost deaf.
If you are planning to listen to the AM band be repaired to be disappointed.

FM overload city. One station (100KW that's about 8 miles away) over more than half of the dial covering over most weak signals. However medium and strong signals come though just fine. A FM mono switch helps clean up fringe signals.

MP3:
The USB port reads your PMP/MP3 player like a disc (you can't use the controls on your player), and also charges the device (you may not want to do this if you are running "D" cells as it will drain them). The card slot works as it should (I have not tried a card that's over 2G, so I don't know if it will read HC cards).
Navigating is done by browsing though folders (F01 F02 ect.
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By Numark on December 4, 2011
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I gave this to my girlfriend for her birthday. It works great and is load enough to breakdance too. We take it camping and the batteries last the whole time. I have seen it in music videos and tv commercials.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Drive-In-Freak on December 28, 2009
Sound quality:
So so. It sounds like a mediocre box from the '80s ( although better than most things that are available today)..not bad, but nothing to write home about. It does not hold up to the better boxes of the past, but that shouldn't be surprising. The treble frequencies are reproduced clearly with little or no harshness, the same for the midrange. Bass response seems to roll off at about 100-120Hz.
The good news is that it has separate bass and treble (-7 to +7 Db) controls, so your not limited to (often useless) pre-set eq settings.

Radio:
AM reception is so awful that I thought something was wrong with it. All I could pull in were the strongest local stations and not very well. After talking a look inside (I wasn't about to send it back over poor AM reception, and I have a background in electronics) I noticed one of the most minanal AM circuits I've ever seen, and a VERY small coil bar. Replacing the tiny ferrite bar brought reception up to less than average instead of almost deaf.
If you are planning to listen to the AM band be repaired to be disappointed.

FM overload city. One station (100KW that's about 8 miles away) over more than half of the dial covering over most weak signals. However medium and strong signals come though just fine. A FM mono switch helps clean up fringe signals.

MP3:
The USB port reads your PMP/MP3 player like a disc (you can't use the controls on your player), and also charges the device (you may not want to do this if you are running "D" cells as it will drain them). The card slot works as it should (I have not tried a card that's over 2G, so I don't know if it will read HC cards).
Navigating is done by browsing though folders (F01 F02 ect.
Read more ›
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