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SimplyVibe SV-X6 Premium Rechargeable FM, MP3 Player and Portable Speakers (White Color) w/ DSP Bass for iPad, iPod, iTouch, iPhone, Laptops (Mac/ PC) and Mobile Devices (Lithium Battery)

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions7.9 x 4.1 x 2.4 inches
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004EOURA6
Best Sellers Rank #124,345 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 2, 2010
  
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Product Description

Please note: the SV-X6U1 replaces and is an upgrade to the SV-X6.
Improvements include:
1) Single USB cable for both audio and power
2) Improved card reader, supports USB 2.0
3) Amplifier upgraded to reduce power lost and "zero" disturbance to FM
4) Upgraded Li-Battery to 1050mAh (vs 600mAh), continuos play of 10 hours.

Same maker of the popular S350P. It has the same functions, but smaller, has alarm clock and calendar, and comes with a high quality LED display. You will not find anything like it! It plays FM radio, it plays MP3 songs from a USB Flash Drive or from a SD Card.

It can hook up to your iPad, iPad2, iPhone, Android devices via the headphone jack with the 3.5mm AUX cable (included). The sound is amazing for the size and portability. Again, there is nothing like this in the market!

1. LED Display can display the name of song, singer, lyrics etc. and support 20 kind of language
2. Built-in microphone and recording function (require SD card to save)
3. Support SD/U-DISK, MP3/WMA double decode
4. FM radio: Auto search stations and support FM recorder that can play back FM songs/programs.
5. Card reader function: Can connect PC to read-write SD card. You can download documents directly no need remove SD card.
6. Memory play, can remember last song played
7. Mute and play button
8. Calendar, clock, alarm, power off/on time setting: The music from SD card can be set as alarm ring, you also can set the time of power off
9. Support Turbo Bass technology. Super bass and clean treble.
10. Ultra-light, ultra-portable media machine.
11. Removable lithium battery: Power supply by replaceable BL-5C lithium battery

Specifications:
Driver size: 40mm
Impedance: 4 Ohm
Aux in: 3.5mm
Voltage: DC 5V
Power Rating: 2W
Material: High Density Plastic
Dimensions: 163*38*58.5mm (6.41" * 1.50" * 2.30")
N.W: 160g (1lb)
Color: Glossy White

Customer Reviews

The sound was loud and good quality for such a small player.
Robert L. Renteria
The manufacturer ("Simply Globo" hasn't responded to my email for help, and I fear that it will be in the same broken English that the user manual is written in.
Gary Dering
The sound quality is amazing , I really enjoy this product and I highly recommend it !
alexinnoo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By James L on April 5, 2011
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Length: 4:37 Mins
Hello everyone! Here is a quick video review of SimplyVibe SV-X6. Honestly, I don't know all technical information, but I made this video because I wanted buyers to see how much I like the sound quality with the SV-X6 over the stock iPad speakers.

Much like my previous video review of the SV-S350P, I really like this unit a lot. Sound quality is equally good between the two, but this one is packed with features. It plays music from SD cards, USB thumb drives, and any mp3 players. But it also does radio and it can record sound to your card too. I honestly think this is one of the best small, portable, affordable, and good looking speakers out in the market currently. As for the sound quality, please take a look at the video and see for yourselves. In my opinion, it can't be beat at it's size and price.

Thanks guys for looking at my video review! I think I'm really getting the hang of making these videos. Hopefully, I can do more video reviews in the future! Thanks!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By TRex1Doc3 on May 16, 2011
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Length: 7:30 Mins
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I own several Idevices, including Ipad 2, Iphone 4, Ipod touch 4 and others. All play videos and music everyday continuously. The kids and wife like playing music and watching video on them. The speakers on all of them are decent in a quiet room, but most of the time they are insufficient. The X-Mini II and the SimplyVibe are 2 good options. The X-mini II is loud, covers bass sounds, and can become stereo when linked together. I have 2 of these and a SimplyVibe (also a good product), and I link them all together for sound that is better than the built in speakers in my HDTV. Not the surround sound speakers but the TV speakers. SimplyVibe is louder and crisper in song with out bass. The X-mini II is good for dance songs and rumbling movies. the 2 x-mini II's linked together sounds awesome, but when you add the SimplyVibe...Magnificant!

Both are portable, but X-mini is more portable and stylish. I show that off more just because of the design of it. Overall the X-Mini II gets better marks. The size to quality ratio is greater. It's less expensive. There is more of a "WOW" factor with the X-mini II. If you had to choose, choose the X-mini II.

See My Review for the X-mini II
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 20, 2012
The compact Simply Vibe SV-X6U1 portable speaker produces very good quality sound, and is capable of delivering a surprising level of volume, for speakers so small. The unit amplifies the audio from MP3 players, as well as plays MP3 files on SD cards or USB memory drives. It also has a built-in FM radio, and a clock with alarm function. Its small size makes it ideal for taking your sounds with you, although the unit is perfectly suitable on a desktop, or for boosting the audio of a laptop.

The unit is powered either by USB, or by a Nokia BL-5C type lithium battery. Battery life varies, depending on how high the volume is set, but is rated at up to 10 hours. Recharge time via the furnished USB cable is a couple of hours.

A 38" long audio cable is provided to connect an MP3 player, computer, or other audio device to the speaker. The auxiliary input jack is on the rear, next to a headphone jack. The Simply Vibe SV-X6U1 also plays MP3's on other media, and has an SD card slot, and USB connector for flash memory drives on the right side panel. The "Mode" button on the front is used to cycle between the different sources (FM, Line In, USB, and SD card).

While the device can be utilized many ways, as I have a number of spare cards, I will probably use it mostly for playing files on SD cards. Even MP3's burned at 80KB sound fine, so it is possible to cram a lot of files onto a card HDSC. Although the unit has a display, unlike most MP3 players, there isn't a convenient way to navigate through the files, and select the specific songs or artists you want to play. Unfortunately, about all you can do is skip through the files one by one, which is no fun when you have several hundred files.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By geos comment on May 13, 2011
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I initially bought this unit for the FM radio option it has, and am very impressed with it. The reception is great. There is an auto station search function that selects all available stations in my area. I run that function, and then delete extra stations assigned to the memory which I don't use. The station memory has survived a battery swap. The FM antenna is in the case somewhere. There is no wire or antenna rod to pull out. The antenna reception appears to be quite effective. One minor problem with the FM radio is when using the menu functions for the FM radio, it is quite easy to select the erase all stations options. I then go through the steps I use to reset the memory to the stations I prefer. It's pretty simple to do, but if the FM menu navigation was arranged a bit different, this would not be a problem.

One important thing to note: The buttons for menu navigation on this device are not responsive unless the menu screen is being displayed. Therefore, you may have to press a menu button twice when using various options. The first press will turn on the menu display, and subsequent presses will then perform the desired functions.

I thought I would try the devices ability to play music from a SD card. I placed a few MP3's and WMA files on the device and was immediately impressed with the sound quality. It was hard for me to believe that this little hotdog bun sized device could produce sound of this quality. The volume can go quite loud without distortion. The problems I found when using the SD music option is menu navigation. It took a while to figure this out, since the instructions that come with the unit are very basic. What I learned is that the buttons on the device do different things based on what the device is doing at that moment.
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