- Brand Name: X-mini
- Model Number: XAM7-B
- Item Display Weight: 0.35 pounds
- Color: Black
X-Mini MAX II XAM7-B Portable Capsule Speakers, Black
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- 2.5 Watt x 2-40mm Driver
- Bass-Xpansion System
- Buddy Jack
- Magnetic Base
- Up to 12 Hrs Playback
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Color: Black | Package Type: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
They weigh almost nothing and tuck up into an egg shape. The magnets that hold them together are very strong. I haul these around in my purse all day and they do not come apart. There is no storage compartment for the little charging cord (which also connects the speakers). The cord is about the size of a standard set of ear buds and wraps up nicely around the speakers if you want to do that. Keep it where you keep your ear buds.
There just is nothing else like these. The iHomes are clones of this design, more expensive, and they don't have the bass these do. These are made in Singapore by Xmi Pte Ltd and assembled in China. The x-mini is their original design. I have seen these cloned a lot, but nothing sounds like these.
So for a small amount of money you can get a seriously cool set of speakers to carry around in your bag! I got rid of a logitech blade to get these. These are not quite as loud as the blade but it's OK.
Special bonus - these come with an additional cord you can use to attach other X-minis to! You can make your own x-mini parade of dancing little egg things and put them anywhere.Read more ›
I love the speakers but I am very disappointed that this version does not include the USB cable with the volume control.
Just be forewarned, there are evidently at least 2 versions of the X-Mini Max II; one with a volume control in the cable and one without. This is the version without.
The X-Minis are smaller and lighter that the iHome. The X-minis win this one.
Because the X-minis are smaller and lighter, they also feel a bit flimsier. The iHomes have more heft and feel more solid than the X-minis. The drivers of the X-minis are exposed while the iHomes are enclosed. Point goes to the iHomes.
The cables on the iHomes are longer, better quality and have a clip to keep them organized. The X-minis have a volume control; see sound quality for additional info. Point to iHomes.
They run about equal. Tie
This is where we get into sticky territory. There are mixed feelings and reviews for both. This is my opinion after A/B them from my iphone using the same song, set to the same volume with the volume control set to max on the X-mini cable. First I plugged in the X-minis and hit play. They sounded nice mid volume, clear, ok volume. Next I plugged in the iHomes. The volume was ever so slightly less than the X-minis but keep in mind they have no volume control on the cable like the X-minis. The sound quality was better on the iHomes. They had a fuller, richer, crisper sound than the X-minis even though not quite as loud, the difference in volume is almost unnoticeable. I then turned up the volume and the iHomes did not distort. I replugged in the X-minis and turned the volume to the same level as the iHomes and the X-minis had noticeable distortion.
For the price, the X-minis are ok. I personally prefer the iHomes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It sounds fine. But you need to have a computer to make it work. The 4 ends cable has one end for put in the phone, but it is so short. Read morePublished 4 months ago by VD Studio
Excellent product. It is louder than my laptop and same as 2+1 sound system. I like to listen bass songs with this.Published 7 months ago by Mehmet Akif YILMAZ