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Grandmax Tweakers Microbeats Bluetooth Wireless Portable Speaker for iPod/MP3 Players and Laptops - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Built-in long-life rechargeable battery
- Pop-up acoustic chamber
- Frequency-tuned amplifier delivers excellent audio quality
- With Bluetooth wireless technology for cable-free listening
- Ultra portable design
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I am attaching a video which has several short snippets of music to demonstrate the speaker's sound. As one of the top reviewers I get asked to test and review a fairly large number of speakers. This allows me to compare a large number of speakers to each other. To help me make this comparison I always use the same two pieces of music, so I can compare speakers using "apples-to-apples" comparison. As a stress test for the bass I use Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor. The second piece of music (Tchaikovsky) does not have a lot bass and allows me to test the mid-range. Grandmax speaker did well on the mid-tone test, it had a bit of extra vibration at the bass range, but it did better than a number of other small speaker that could not handle Toccata's bass at all.
In the video I switch between the tablet's built-in speaker and Grandmax speaker so you can compare the sound. You can hear that the speaker produce the sound that is richer, fuller, and louder sound the the built-in speaker.
Grandmax speaker is 2 1/8" tall when extended, and can be collapsed into a 1 3.8" tall disk when not in use. It weighs in at 3.1 oz. Its small size makes a perfect travel companion. The speaker comes with a plastic suction cup base, which attaches to the speaker with a magnet.
The speaker comes with split flat cable which is 26 inches. The split cable sections (USB /AUDIO) are only 1 inch long. The cable gives you an option to use bluetooth connection or the audio cable. You can also use the audio cable to connect multiple speakers together.Read more ›
I have an iHome cheap $20 non bluetooth accordion style pop-up portable speaker (which my wifre blew out because she played music too loud and it doesn't have SRS to save itself from damage) that KILLS this on bass. I actually ordered this and another unit at the same time (iHome iDM8B Bluetooth Wireless Speaker...which DOES have SRS) to see which was better. The iHome was $50, this one $30. Anyway, the unit itself is attractive. Has a magnetic circle in the bottom which fits a suction cup that could go anywhere suction worked. Very cool. The switch on it goes from Off to USB (wired ausio) to BT. It can pay and charge simultaneously. So, as it is supposed to function, it does. But if you want loud sound that fills a room or anything remotely bassy. This is not it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This speaker is small, but the sound is loud. great speaker if you need it for a small area, not sure it would power a huge room or how far it works outside, but I've had no... Read morePublished 17 months ago by T. Tyrrell
Work as advertised, sound good, but a little weak on the volume.Published 18 months ago by H. Alexander
Stopped working after a couple days. It wouldn't hold a charge so the only way to use it was connected and I wanted to take it around...it wasn't very loud when it did work eitherPublished 19 months ago by _Hipno_
These speakers don't work unless plugged in. Bought two speakers - same problem with both. The battery is dead and cannot by charged. Total ripoff. Shame on the seller.Published 22 months ago by Ross Tulman
This won't sink up with anything. So what good is the blue toothPublished 22 months ago by mark shives
Not very loud or user friendly. Bluetooth connection sucks. Better off plugging it in with a usb cablePublished 22 months ago by Jerry
The Grandmax speaker I received was faulty, there is something wrong with it. The only way I can use it is if I have it plugged in to a light source at all times, there's something... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jimmy Martinez
SPEAKER POWERFUL ENOUGH bluetooth only works at minimal distance, I really need far more distance for it to be useful to me. Otherwise it works ok.Published on November 13, 2013 by bill trachtenberg