Summary: I'm a boombox addict and I have about 5 different kinds. This little one sounds ok but for the price it's not a bad deal. Only thing is....I have to take my cover off my phone for it to fit inside. The handle pushes down and locks in place if you don't like a handle in your way. That was a pretty cool feature. I'd recommend this for an office, bedroom, or if your out at the beach or lake but not to supply sound for a large party. Only a few people.
Summary: When this product came out I do believe it was in the $100+ range. This basically is a couple of full range car door speakers with a class T amp in a plastic ported box. Dock your Ipod and put the EQ on treble booster for loud clean sound. Plug in the AUX and put your device with an eq /sound enhancements for even better experience.
Summary: This machine came damaged and the company was extremely difficult to work with when returning the product. I was going to replace it through the same company, but the return process took a month and I had to buy something else. Plus, this machine depletes a charge, and does not give a charge to an iPod.
Warning will not charge Ipods past a 1st Gen without adapter purchased seperatly
26 December 2012
Summary: Sounds good for a portable but that being said that main reason for buying this was so my daughter could listen to music and charge her ipod . Well guess what? - if you have a newer ipod (2G, 3G, 4G not sure about the other newer ones ) it won't charge! Even though it says -charges IPODS. Seriously? Yes.
Summary: I got a new job where we get to listen to music while we work, a sweet deal but reception is bad indoors so I had bought an Ipod and then went looking for something to dock it with. The MTX is easy to use, plug in, dock your Ipod, turn on the speakers, they have volume control and that's it. I haven't fully tested the sound as high as I'd go with it, in fear I'd scare my co-workers, lol.