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Eton Soulra XL

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Value for money 5
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Eton Soulra XL Review

BigPictureBigSound
11 April 2012
  • Conclusion: While the Soulra XL can't work miracles, it does effectively use the sun to power your outdoor musical entertainment.  On a bright sunny day, you can get hours of sonic enjoyment while being completely off the grid.  Also, the remote is a nice touch so you can still adjust volume and playback while your iPod or iPhone is safely tucked away in its dock.
  • Pros: Take your tunes virtually anywhere, Can charge your iPhone/iPod from the sun, Lasts a really long time on sunny days, Decent sound quality for a portable system, Remote allows you to play DJ while iPhone/iPod is safely tucked away
  • Cons: Can take a while to build up a charge when completely depleted, Unit was a little unpredictable on a couple of occasions, Unit's dark colors mean it gets very warm if left in direct sunlight all day.
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Overall 7
7.0

Eton Soulra XL

CNET
9 December 2011
  • Summary: While it may not blow you away with its sound quality, the Eton Soulra XL is a sturdy and attractive portable iPod/iPhone audio system that offers a built-in rechargeable battery and solar charging.
  • Pros: Well-built and attractively designed for outdoor use, the Eton Soulra XL has a built-in rechargeable battery, an integrated solar panel for trickle charging while outdoors, and a shield for protecting your iPod or iPhone from water splashes and sand. It also plays fairly loud and comes with a remote.
  • Cons: The Soulra XL has no FM radio. It's short on bass and a tad pricey.
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Eton Soulra XL Solar Powered Speaker – Review

CoolSmartPhone
8 May 2012
  • Excerpt: It seems odd to write a review for a solar powered product, based on the biblical amounts of rain we’ve had recently, but I’ve had this unit for a week or two and we did manage to have a little bit of sunshine during that time!
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Overall 8
8.0

Eton Soulra XL review

Stuff.tv
21 July 2011
  • Summary: Wireless music systems are rarely totally wireless. Sooner or later you’ll have to plug something into a wall, and that’s not always convenient. What if you don’t have a socket available, or you want to take your music out and about? The Eton Soulra XL dock has the answer. Bring me sunshine A huge solar panel that covers the entire rear surface of the Eton Soulra XL can soak up enough power from the sun to power it for up to five hours.
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