Summary: We have several D200's in the house. While the D100's are not as solid in build material the sound is still decent when compared to the price. The additions of the colored screens are nice - meaning that the unit doesn't match the color shown in the front screen. You're likly to see it in an slightly off white case to whichever color screen you elect.
Excerpt: Small, cheap, and reasonably powered -- what's not to like? I use them while walking on my treadmill (I hate headphones), so they're strong enough for a moderately noisy environment. They make it easy to control the music with my phone.
Summary: Bluetooth speakers are known for their lack of bass but these seem to be able to pull it off. We purchased these for my mother on Mom's Day and wanted to test them before shipping them off. The volume is robust and the quality of three 3 ranges is impressive. The unit feels solid and being able to use regular AA's and rechargeable AA batteries is welcomed if you plan in using these away from a power source for a long period, however, you can keep the unit plugged in...
Terrific Value; Long-lasting on Rechargeable Batteries
Johann Cat "Grauer Kater", Amazon
30 June 2014
Summary: This speaker set will not shake the floor with its volume or bass, but I have used the D100 for a year and I find its fidelity is great and the volume decent; they sound better than many wired computer speakers costing more, but the D100's bass and punch is somewhat less than my girlfiend's Soundfreaq (less portable, non-rechargeable "countertop" SFQ-01 version; note their smaller chargeable version lasts only ~ five hours to the D100's 20 hours and both of those SF...