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Satechi iTour-Pop 3.5mm Aux Portable Rechargeable Speaker (Black)
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- Performance ultra portable 3.8W speaker for portable audio sources such as mobile phones, iPod, netbook or notebook or macbook.
- Integrated Class-D amplifier for excellent acoustic performance (360° sound field)
- Integrated Li-Ion-battery (USB chargeable) for max 6 hours playtime
- To pack away the gadget, just push the bottom panel into the capsule.
- Push the panel again and the base pops out and it enhances the bass sounds.
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The Satechi iTour-Pop Portable Speaker is a handy, compact 3.8 watt speaker boasting exceptional audio performance with a 360 degree sound field at an unbeatable price.
Compact & Portable DesignThe iTour Pop offers great sound in a compact, stylish speaker that you can take almost anywhere. At only 3 inches in diameter it effortlessly fits into a purse, backpack, laptop bag or carry-on bag.
Easy to useThe iTour Pop is compatible with any audio device with a 3.5mm audio port. Simply plug the included Micro USB cable to the Micro USB port on the speaker. Then attach the 3.5mm audio plug to your smartphone, tablet, MP3 player, portable gaming device or PC. Turn the iTour Pop’s power switch to the on position. Now your music is ready to be amplified!
Rechargeable BatteryThere is no need to worry about being near an outlet; the iTour Pop receives its power through a rechargeable battery. With up to 6 hours of playback from a single charge, you'll be able to enjoy your music wherever and whenever you want.
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Amazing, small and lightweight but perfectly formed and an essential accessory for any owner of an iPod, iPhone or MP3 player, this ultra portable rechargeable pop-out speaker is perfect for listening to your favorite music when you're on your travels or out with friends and family. With its bottom panel extended out and bright blue power LED indicator, operating this device of 3" in diameter is disarmingly simple. There is only a power switch, an audio cable of about 4" length and a plug which you insert into audio sources such as MP3 players, mobile phones or notebook computers. There are also four mobile phone audio adapters so that you can blast music from compatible phones of brands like Sony Ericsson and Nokia. The speaker also comes with a USB cable for recharging its battery. To pack away the gadget, just push the bottom panel into the capsule. Push the panel again and the base pops out and it enhances the bass sounds. With its digitally-amplified 3.8 watt speaker, 360 sound field and expandable bass system, featuring a range of audio connectors and with up to 6 hours of playback from a single charge, you'll be able to enjoy your music wherever and whenever you want.
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iTour-POP Ultra Portable Rechargeable Speaker for iPod, Sansa, Zune, iPhone 4, BlackBerry, HTC EVO, DROID, Samsung Wave, Galaxy S
Pros: Pound for pound this is the loudest speaker and has best bass response.
Output is an impressive 3.8 watts which is rare in a package this small.
Comes with adapter for use with Sony and Samsung phones as well as a 2.5mm adapter.
Cons: The cable is only 3 inches so it will be right next to the audio source. It's only a problem if you pick up your phone or mp3 player often thereby lifting the speaker as well.
The good change is that they changed the charging port from a mini-USB socket to the more common micro-USB. Another improvement is that they now have a 2-position on-off switch, instead of the previous 3-position on-soft-loud switch that was really unnecessary.
The deleterious change is that they changed from an integrated stereo phone plug, which was always with the speaker and could not get misplaced or left behind, to a non-standard, 3-way audio/charging adaptor cable that can get lost or broken, and difficult to replace. The adaptor cannot even be left attached to the speaker during travel, because one cannot close the speaker with the adaptor attached.
I love these speakers. The have a wide, uniform, frequency response, with a clean and warm sound, suitable for all kinds of music and speech. And they are quite loud for their size. Of course, a speaker this size will not vibrate your chest, but then neither do high-quality head-phones.
Using tone generators and frequency sweeps, I determined subjectively that these speakers have a reasonably loud and uniform frequency response from about 150 Hz to 8,000 Hz, and an overall frequency response of 40 Hz to 11,000 Hz. I say subjectively because I used my ears rather than a decibel meter. My aged ears might have their own limitations. Be careful if you run this test yourself, because these speakers produce enough volume to damage your ears at certain frequencies if played at full volume.
Laptops typically have separate left and right 3.5 mm headphone jacks. For stereo music, I plug each speaker into its own 12’ 3.5 mm extension cable, and then into the respective headphone jacks.
I also conduct workshops in a 30’ x 20’ conference room with tables arranged in a large rectangle, with participants facing the center of the room (so everyone can interact with everyone else). To supply sound to one end of the room, I use one of the audio channels with a 12’ 3.5 mm extension cable, and, for the far end of the room, the other speaker & audio channel with *two* 12’ 3.5 mm extension cables in serial (making a 24’ cable). The two speakers more than filled the room. The participants asked me to lower the volume.
It works great, and provides plenty of volume. Note that you can use stereo extension cables, which are more readily available than mono, even though each speaker is monophonic, and using only one audio channel. This is preferable anyway, because the the stereo phone plug is standard, and even the speakers use a stereo phone plug.
Unlike laptops, phones and tablets typically have a single, 3.5 mm stereo audio output jack, rather than separate left and right output jacks. If I want to use my tablet, I connect a Y-adaptor to the device, which split’s the stereo into two mono 3.5 mm audio jacks (left and right channels respectively). I then connect the audio extension cables and their speakers to the respective channels coming out of the Y-adaptor.
You can find both the splitter (Y-adaptor cable) and the extension cables reasonably priced on Amazon.com. You can get the extension cables in a variety of lengths.
While your are ordering cables, you might also want to get a 3rd party charging cable -- a USB to mini-USB cable (not micro-USB like the phones and tablets use). The charging cable that comes with the iTour-Pop is a very thin gauge, and can eventually break from flexing in normal use. The original charging cable is also a little short, so you might find a longer cable more convenient.
Problem: after a little over a month, the inside part of the speaker came detatched from the housing and rotated so that the sound was playing down and not up. Basically its worthless now because the sound is all distorted and messed up. For portability, size, volume and sound quality, I give it four and a half stars. Since it is now pretty much worthless and doesn't work anymore, I give it a zero. Maybe if you keep it in a fancy styrofoam box and never drop it, bump it, or look at it the wrong way it would be worth buying. Durability is a zero, and I treated it pretty carefully.
I prefer the VOLCANO speaker, and I may be looking to get another one since you can hook up multiple speakers for more sound. I've had the volcano for about 8 or nine months now with no problems so far.