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SOUL SM1CHR Magnum Wireless Bluetooth Ultra High-Definition Speaker System

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  • Phenomenal clear high-definition sound and powerful bass
  • Compact design allows for easy organized use
  • Auto power switch ensures simple pairing
  • Rechargeable lithium ion polymer battery lasts up to 12 hours (line-in playing)
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Brand NameSoul Electronics
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions6.1 x 4.4 x 3.5 inches
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00FZ862KY
Best Sellers Rank #3,919 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 18, 2013
  
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  • Brand Name: Soul Electronics

Product Description

Compact, portable wireless Bluetooth® speaker engineered to satisfy. Connect music wirelessly and enjoy signature sound experience. Bluetooth® v3.0. Powerful bass with exceptionally clear hi-definition sound. Omni-directional 3D sound. Auto power switch for easy pairing. High quality parameter light for effect enhancement. Wireless playback (up to 6 hours), Line Input playback (up to 12 hours.) MicroUSB charging. Compatible with most Bluetooth® smartphones, tables and MP3 players. Includes 1.5m audio cable (3.5mm to 3.5mm), USB 2.0 charge/data cable and carry pouch.

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Customer Reviews

For such a small compact speaker it really does have good sound.
D. Richard
Volume up is the same button as skip ahead (volume down is skip back), but it is nearly impossible to know which option you are going to get with any press.
Eric L. Hackett
I find that my XBOOM Mini speakers that play all-connected sound much better as a portable option.
T. Durden

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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By gordon on May 9, 2014
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Over 50% off... Seemed like a deal. I purchased an Oontz Curve several months ago from Amazon so I was able to do an immediate side by side comparison between this speaker and the Oontz Curve.

The Soul is alright. Clear and all of that but nowhere near the fullness of the Oontz. If you are planning to spend around $30 then I strongly suggest that you skip this one and get the Oontz Curve.
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62 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Crupi on February 1, 2014
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I love this thing. Out of all of the bluetooth speakers I've sampled (eight, and counting), this little Soul is my favorite. Whether I'm in a hotel room, in the office, or out on the patio sipping a cold one, this guy is there, cranking out my iTunes with rich sound. Friends ask, "is that music coming from THAT little thing?" Wink, nod, sip. Don't know how they do it, and a I don't care. The highs cut through, the mids are lush, and the lows push bass beyond reason considering the footprint of this tiny brick house. As if function isn't enough, the form should be noted. This thing looks rad. Yeah, I said rad. I'm bringing that word back. Some of the other bluetooth speakers in this class are frankly hideous looking. The rest are just kind of...vanilla. This one is beautiful. It's the perfect height and diameter. It's so convenient to tuck away and carry with me, to the yard, across the country, and all points in between. And the charcoal finish is just dead sexy. My one tiny complaint is that most of the controls are on the bottom, which is covered with a rubber mat that picks up dust, dirt, crumbs and stuff from all the indoor/outdoor surfaces I put it on, so it's not something I want to see let alone touch. But, boo hoo, I'll suck it up. This speaker gets my vote for best all-around bluetooth speaker of 2013.
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51 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Eric L. Hackett on February 23, 2014
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I really like the sound from the device. Unfortunately I am requesting a refund, as I find the controls unwieldy and unusable. They are on the bottom, and apparently the idea is to be able to control them by touch from the top, since otherwise you would pick the whole (rather heavy) device up and turn it over to do simple things like volume play pause and skip functions. There are no markings on the top to indicate which 'side' of the circle to press. This is not a 'haptic' touch, like an iPod, but a press down on the whole device to push on one side of the bottom. And even if you do manage to remember exactly how you set it down, and which side your controls are on, the controls themselves suck. That's the only word for it. Volume up is the same button as skip ahead (volume down is skip back), but it is nearly impossible to know which option you are going to get with any press. My experience is mostly the wrong one. Supposedly a long-press is skip, but the way you have to push the whole thing down, it is hard to get volume without also getting skip. This is very frustrating since I like to have a speaker when I use my iPad for video, and it really sucks when you are on a slow connection, and volume up skips you to the next video ,
Bottom line is great sound, guys, but epic fail on the interface. You would get more consistency from pulling your uncle's finger. I'm requesting a refund and continuing my search.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By l2 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 11, 2014
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I own one of these Soul bluetooth speakers as well as the Cambridge Soundworks Oontz Curve. Both are Bluetooth speakers with similar size and weight. Both have sturdy and good-looking metal shells. The Soul costs $20 and the Oontz costs $30 (both on Amazon right now). Both are very easy to pair with my Android smartphone. Both have similar volume levels, which is OK as a speakerphone or for background music, though neither will fill a living room with sound. Controls on both devices are similar; you really have to pick up the speaker to see and use most of the controls (forward/back, volume up/down, pause/play). The Oontz does have a well marked speakerphone button on the top, while the Soul puts that on the bottom with the other controls. I'm not an audiophile, but the Oontz has noticeably clearer sound to me at all volume levels. In summary, to me the Oontz is a better product in every way except for the 50% higher price, so you can make your own value judgement.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C on May 16, 2014
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Before I get to the actual review, a few important points:

1) DO NOT buy this product if you are picturing yourself using this to get a house party going. This speaker's dimensions are approximately 2.7 inches (diameter) x 2 inches (height) and it weighs in at about half a pound (I believe Amazon gives the dimensions of the product packaging - luckily I was aware of its true dimensions based on some other websites I looked to for more info before purchasing). I think it should go without saying that based on physics alone, it is very unreasonable to expect thumping, wall-shaking bass from a product like this. If you are looking for an audiophile-quality product with a rich, full soundstage, this speaker is not for you. Certainly, to the credit of some of the product's harshest critics, the "Ultra High Definition Speaker System" description can be somewhat misleading, but I make every attempt to not to take it too personally in this review (it's definitely no worse than food products marketed as having "Natural flavors" or "No MSG added"). I will say that the speaker did surpass some of my expectations in terms of sound quality and loudness; however, this came from a baseline understanding that the main benefits of this speaker are portability and convenience.

2) As other reviewers have mentioned, the volume/change track/phone controls are along the bottom of the speaker. While it's not quite intuitive, the manual is very clear about long pressing and short pressing to control the volume and track changes, respectively.

3) Lastly, and maybe most importantly, I have based my review not on the suggested retail price of $45+, but rather the $20 price here on Amazon. This product is what I would consider to be a part of the ultra portable bluetooth speaker category.
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