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Lasonic i931X Ghetto Blaster with iPod/iPhone Dock- Black

by Lasonic

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  • Supported USB flash disk and SD/MMC card to playback MP3 files
  • Enjoy your music from iPod without earphone
  • iPod/IPhone control and charging
  • Watch video on your TV if using iPod Video
  • Dual Band Radio Tuner function (AM/FM)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameLasonic
Item Weight17 pounds
Product Dimensions28 x 17.2 x 8.5 inches
Item model numberi-931X
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004D2JNEK
Best Sellers Rank #53,446 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight25 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 10, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • 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
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Product Description


Features:

*Supported USB flash disk and SD/MMC card to playback MP3 files
*Enjoy your music from iPod without earphone
*iPod/IPhone control and charging
*Watch video on your TV if using iPod Video
*Dual Band Radio Tuner function (AM/FM)
*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 jack output
*Microphone input and volume/echo adjustment
*Full function remote control
*Power Supply : AC / DC
*iPod/iPhone is not included

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Customer Reviews

Sounds good, looks good.
ManuelP
This is seriously the coolest thing EVER!
BB
Probably not worth 170 bucks though.
Chris Byrd

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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By The Runner Of Guns on March 12, 2011
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The Runner of Guns here... Ok... I'm almost 40 year old so I remember the glory days of the Ghetto Blaster... Owned a few in my time but never one like this !!! I've been looking for an MP3 Ghetto Blaster for some time and now my world is complete... Cassette tapes are done, compact disk are a pain, even MP3 on compact disk is a pain... This is a true MP3 Ghetto Blaster that uses removable solid-state data storage... Stick a thumb drive or SD card in it that you just loaded up with MP3, WMA, WAV, etc files straight from your computer and BAM !!! You are jammin' 80's style !!! You can dock an "i" thing in the front but I care little for the fruit of Mr. Steve... Anyway, it does appear cheap and overly "plastic" when you first look at it, but, that is what 80's blasters looked like !! Fugly plastic music monsters !! The sound is good enough for the intended purpose... If you want a Bose system then stay away... This box is made to blast tunes and annoy parents not seduce snobby audiofiles... I listened to Slayer and The Misfits most fo the day today and was more than pleased with the pain delivered by this said Blast of the Ghetto !! The screen top center of the blaster has a blue back light and scrolls the file info and other stuff... Nice to know what you are listening to !!... It also has an 1/8 in AUX input just in case... Thumb drive plugs right into the front and does stick out... If you fear getting your thumb drive or blaster broken due to clumsy drunk friends you better get an SD card... It appears the SD card will sit nearly flush with the front of the blaster... the remote is handy cause I have the blaster up on a shelf in my shop... Has many functions but I mostly care about the power button, play, and pause...Read more ›
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Batch on August 5, 2011
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This will be one of the most noticeable and arguably best audio investments of your life, so stay tuned (no pun intended).

This ghetto blaster will turn heads. It will get you noticed. In some cases, it will even make you the life of the party / focus of attention. In hindsight, this is most likely because not many people own a ghetto blaster (not mant at all, actually), so seeing someone with one, whether they're walking or longboarding by, is pretty awesome.

I've had my Lasonic ghetto blaster for a few months now, and, believe it or not, it's an amazing conversation piece, and may have even earned me a friend or two. Dozens of people have asked me, "Woah, where'd you get that thing?" Even more will come up to you and jam out. Longboarding, skateboarding, rollerblading (the hardest part about rollerblading is telling your parents you're gay), or even biking (not quite sure how you'd bike around with this, but I guess anything is possible) around the block or school campus will have people waving at you and nodding in agreement. As I said, great investment.

Anyways, here's a list (for convenience).

Pros:
-All around awesome
-Looks cool
-Good music quality (works best with your iPod/iPhone plugged directly in, AUX cable doesn't sound quite as good) and great volume
-It has a handle, which helps a lot
-Can use batteries as well as a power chord
-Might get you laid

Cons:
-Very heavy, and can be a pain to carry around for extended periods of time
-The handle's great and all, but it would be nie to have a grip on it. The hard plastic can be uncomfortable
-It has some cheapy stickers on it, most of which serve as fake buttons and such.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Phil on May 30, 2011
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This boombox has great sound, it can get very loud, as loud as you should ever need it. The only fault with mine was that the volume knob isn't very good. Sometimes turning it doesn't even change the volume; you need to turn it slowly. Also, iPhones and iPod touches must be entered horizontally in the boombox, which makes changing songs difficult since it is always in the album cover view.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DMeneses on August 1, 2011
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When i first got the boombox i was amazed on the quality of it. After weeks of use it seemed to show no signs of damage whatsoever but after 10-20 min in the sun basically all the decals had started warping and the screen was basically unreadable. Yes its awesome but not very good for outdoors.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By PapaFitz60 on June 10, 2011
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Worked as an electronics tech at a local TV repair shop since the beginning of the early 80's. Seen a lot of them at that time for mechanical problems with the cassette units and manual selector switches, Since these have no mechanical tape transport or selectors anymore, unit should hold up better. One critique though is that the USB jack seems like it can very easily get broken when in use, other than that a really nice unit. Again be careful when using those flash memory sticks.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Simon on May 3, 2011
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I've own the very first Ghetto Blasters in the late 70's and early 80's. I still have one of the early models of Lasonic that dates back in 1982. This new model the i-931X is just great! Don't expect lots of subsonic bass, but then let me remind you that none of the early Ghetto Blasters had any sub bass either. It was usually the loudness of the mids and highs that made the noise anyways. Subwoofers was something rare back in those days. Of course now we are used to hearing thumping bass from our car systems and home entertainment, so we do notice a difference when we hear these ghetto blasters of the past. They were all lacking that thumping bass--but anyways, it wasn't about that, it was who had the biggest with the most buttons and lights and etc...

The i-931X will not disappoint. It has all the flare from back in the day. I will try to collect the various different theme colors that are available right now.

I've shown it to both young and older people and they just love the look and also the plus side that we can connect an iPod or iTouch with it. Plus the USB and SD/MMC is just a bonus.
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