Summary: I compared it to Kinivo ZX100. As they sit now on my table. Low frequency threshold is 60 Hz for Philips VS 30 Hz for Kinivo (makes all the difference) High frequencies are ab0ut the same - 16-17 kHz Philips is a notch louder.
Good but cannot be paired with more than one device at a time
Knolls Ekanem, Amazon
7 April 2014
Summary: Good sound but this product cannot be paired with more than 1 device at a time. . I always wanted to pair it with my two phones but it only takes one at a time so i have to disconnect one before i pair the other. apart from that. its works well
Summary: I bought this because I wanted something small to carry with me while I went biking. The attached clip was a real convenience. The speaker quality is great. The sound is clear and loud but the flimsy clip broke pretty quick and now, it is not quite what I expected.
Decent portable speaker - but won't blow you away.
McLok "mclok", Amazon
17 October 2013
Summary: Sound quality isn't great. It makes a nice portable speaker for the pool area, or deck -- if you don't need to blast it. When volume is turned up, it gets a little staticy. Also, the base is pretty weak.
Summary: I have wanted a tiny, camping & stroller-friendly speaker for awhile, ideally under $50, with decent sound, which could be banged up a bit. This is my quick review, tested with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts & Iggy Pop, as I wanted to test the bass quality.