I first came across Tribit when I purchased the original StormBox speaker, which produces a well balanced sound with punchy bass. So when I received an email from Tribit announcing the upcoming release of it's little brother StormBox Micro, I took the initiative to reserve one on Amazon before it was released as a replacement for my JBL Clip 3. Based on my experience with its big bro, I was hoping the Micro would provide a more balanced sound spectrum, and unlike the Clip 3, at least some inkling of bass. While that's usually a tough task for a small speaker, the Micro's nine-watt driver coupled with a passive radiator allow this little guy to dish out some impressive, size-defying sound--my JBL could only hang its head in disbelief. From the highs to the lows, the audio is vibrant, clear, and well-balanced even at high volumes. Better yet, the bass spectrum produces a satisfying thump well beyond its size. Though not long after placing my order, Tribit issued a coupon for 20-percent off the purchase of a StormBox Micro. I always want to save a few bucks when I can, so I hesitantly decided to just buy one more at the lower price and then return the undiscounted speaker when I received it. However, my curiosity intervened, and I couldn't help but see what these tiny guys could do as a team in tandem. While it was easy to pair the two speakers, is was hard to fathom how amazing they sounded in sync--let's just say that I won't be returning either one. So to make a long review even longer, the StormBox Micro is a solid choice for anyone who wants a portable, mountable, great-sounding speaker that's far more affordable than the competition, and twice as nice in stereo.