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Does this have the option to listen to the radio or do you have to strickly use your phone?
asked by Brooke on May 6, 2013
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No it does not and volume is poor
kris answered on May 6, 2013
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always with phone, i´ve never tried to use the radio in the cellphone though. it works perfect with iphones but the next and prev song doesn´t work with any other brand. I´ve tried with samsung, nokia, Bberry, xperia and it only pauses the song, it doesn´t move to the next/prev song. sound is great!!
Mario R. Quinto answered on May 6, 2013
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strictly use your phone, ipod, or other mp3 player. it is basically computer speakers in a cool, waterproof design
john answered on May 6, 2013
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no radio, and for the price this unit is terrible on the volume and sound, i sent two back, no bass at all, these are small very small computer speakers and sound like them, waterproff u have to make the speakers out of hard core mat. so the sound sucks so bad, i got bluetooth speaker and it cost less , sounds like a speaker and has bass and u can charge it lasts for 7 hours full blast, so dont get this unit, u wont like the very bad sound and volume. ryan
Kenneth McKenzie answered on May 6, 2013
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Strictly auxiliary It does not have a radio
; ~ PB answered on May 6, 2013
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This device is powered speakers only, no radio parts. It can just amplify the sound from another device (phone, MP3 player, etc.).
Pete Kapustynski answered on May 6, 2013
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