Summary: Got it with $39.99 from Amazon. Agree with most of reviews that the speaker is small but it gives out clear and powerful sound that has no problem to fill in a 20x20 room. The bass is kind of weak but that is expected given its small size. And you can improve the bass with the EQ on your MP3.
Great sounding portable speaker for your Ipod or laptop
7 January 2008
Summary: Weighs less than a pound. Measures 7" x 3.5" x 1.4" Comes with an AC adapter Requires 4 "AAA"s if not using Ac adapter Pros: -Loud enough for it size. Decent sound and base. Certainly louder than my Creative TravelSound 400 Portable Speaker System. -Love the slide cover design -Sleek looking.
Stylish, compact and on sale. How can you beat that?
S. Wan, Amazon
18 October 2006
Summary: I needed a set of portable speakers for work and home. I read some reviews and did some research and came across the JBL's. Imagine my suprise when they came up as a deal on the Gold Box offers. $34.99, I had to get them. These things are great.
Summary: I bought the JBL On Tour speakers to use for my traveling massage therapy business. The price was under $40, so I didn't expect the absolute best speaker system, and I wasn't looking to use it in my home as a stereo replacement.
Summary: I love my little JBL speakers. After becoming mildly obsessed with the quality of audio in my life, I bought a JBL On Tour speaker set to stand in place of my tinny Macbook Pro speakers. Some people will complain that they sound tinny and not very powerful.
Summary: Compact and puts out decent sound. The set includes an AC adapter as well as the patch cord and the speakers do work best when you can use AC. The adapter is not bulky like many and is offset 90 degrees so as not to take up a bunch of space on the outlet.
Perfect for Close Quarter Listening \ Headphone replacement
Maj. Sanders, Amazon
18 October 2006
Summary: So far I've used the On Tour with my 8GB Sandisk Sansa - they make a perfect pair (looks too). The speakers are clear sounding, with pleasant bass and clear mid-highs (not tinny). They are used when we're traveling and based in a hotel room, and are a perfect alternative to headphones.