Summary: For the price this little thing puts out good sound and has lasted 2 AZ summers (100-115 degree heat) next to the pool almost every weekend. The remote is so-so and it eats batteries alive, but if you have an outlet to plug it in this thing is perfection at it's finest for a cheap outdoor boombox
Summary: On the one hand, this boombox is MP3 friendly and has a remote control. It also runs on batteries. But the sound quality is poor once you turn the volume up. Overall, if I had to do it over again, I would pass on this purchase.
I rate it good as a $20 speaker, though not the best sound quality. it is lightweight
R. Brown, Amazon
12 August 2013
Summary: I used this speaker/amp as a zumba speaker for a medium sized lunchroom at work. it has very good sound quality and is light and easy to carry around, though the it is not the best set up you can have as long as you have a 120V outlet. it was been reliable overall
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.
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.