X-Mini II XAM4-W Portable Capsule Speaker, Mono, White
|Speaker Type||Single Speaker|
|Battery Life||12 Hours|
|Item Weight||0.18 Pounds|
About this item
- Volume controller on the speaker.
- Stowaway 3.5mm cable to get connected to your music source.
- Buddy jack as many as you like for more fun.
- Long lasting - Up to 12 hours of continues playtime using its embedded rechargeable battery.
- Charging USB cable and carry pouch are included.
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From the Manufacturer
The X-mini II Capsule Speaker is a portable capsule speaker that delivers a superb audio effects with advanced sound technologies. The compact and robust design promises easy portability with an outstanding performance over years.
Delivering on the promise of Sound Beyond Size, the X-mini II Capsule Speaker is petite in size but massive in sound. Hook it up to your mobile phone, MP3 player or laptop, and impress your friends with this pocket-size boom-box. Pump out your tunes with crisp clear acoustics that will easily fill up a room and elevate the mood of everyone around you.
Furthermore, the X-mini II comes with an all new feature called the Buddy-Jack; X-mini II owners can now come together and connect a row of X-minis to a single music source (such as an MP3 player) to enhance the overall volume and audio clarity among a large audience. The X-mini II is the benchmark for portable sound and is the new must-have daily accessory for all media devices.
Bass Xpansion System
The innovative Bass Xpansion System offers superior bass performance and surprising low-end response from such a small speaker. The X-mini II expands to create an audio resonance chamber to increase the quality of audio output, delivering a big sound from a tiny package.
3.5mm Stowaway Audio Plug
The 3.5mm audio jack is compatible with virtually all portable media players, mobile phones, and laptops. The cord tucks away under the X-mini II for easy storage when not in use.
Daisy chain X-mini Capsule Speakers for enhanced sound. Use the stowaway 3.5mm audio cable to connect multiple X-minis to create a larger overall sound. The Buddy Jack feature is great for parties, outdoor cookouts, picnics, and anywhere you need even more sound.
The built-in Lithium-ion battery is rechargeable via USB and offers an impressive playback time. Enjoy up to 12 hours of music from your portable devices when connected via the 3.5mm jack. A USB charging cable is included, letting you recharge your X-mini II from your laptop or desktop PC, or powered USB hub.
Available in Multiple Colors
Pick an X-mini II that matches your style or your mood. It's available in eight different colors: Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Silver, and White.
What's in the Box?
X-Mini II Capsule Speaker, Manual, Charging Cable, and Travel Pouch
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They all have that trademark, maximized equalization that have set them apart from their competitors for years. I think even now that you won't find a more pristine playback from any other brand of speaker in such a compact package. I'm sure BOSE could make a good competitor, but what would they charge for it?
I use mine primarily at my desk at home and at work. At work I keep the volume low out of respect for my coworkers, and it can easily last the whole eight hour day without a recharge (I keep the volume on my phone turned all the way up, and the volume on the speaker almost all the way down). Even outside of the office I'm not sure if there's ever been a time that I've run out of juice. I am pretty conscientious about keeping it charged, though.
It is short, and I know that his it's drawbacks for some people. I've been ok with it. Just adapted myself to that reality. After a year of extensive use, the cord's relationship with the speaker will start to diminish, and you'll get the occasional crackle out of the speaker. These are inexpensive enough that you really don't need them to last forever. My first speaker still works pretty well, but I decided to get new ones anyway.
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I believe one of the points in which the company can improve if they really want that, is, one to improve the quality of the materials of the capsule as before, second, when you check the reviews I find that information misleading the current reality of the product. Many of the reviews, most of them, are from customer like me when we bought the product 4 or 5 year ago, fantastic reviews. The company should put only the most recent reviews, 1 year, max 2 years to have the real flavour of the product.
Before I recommended the product with not questions asked, but now definitively I will not recommend this product, the quality of the sound is bad.
I could go on but suffice the say, I shall be returning this product as the build quality is greatly inferior to the previous model. I cannot recommend this item.
They went into retirement when I got a smartphone & began using it to listen to audiobooks/podcasts & music with some Bluetooth speakers.
But I'm having problems with the Bluetooth connection & its been getting very frustrating. So I recalled the X-Minis to duty & they have been doing sterling work.
For audiobooks & podcasts the sound is perfectly good. Even for music they're not bad. They're also very small & easily portable - much more so than the Bluetooth bricks I have. And the battery seems to last forever... OK, but of an exaggeration but its a LOT of hours.
The wire is a minor inconvenience & I may go back to Bluetooth in the future if the connection became reliable again. But, in the meantime, these are certainly no hardship to use and - if you're looking to buy something - much cheaper.
If I lost one I'd certainly look to replace it with another.
The reason it doesn't get a full five stars is because within a short time of buying it, one side of the speaker pops up because the plastic catch that holds it down broke. I now use an elastic band to keep it down. Also, after a few years of regular use, the short cable on it has worn away so much that the connection is gone and it no longer works.