Summary: This is great for replacing a speaker phone for work or home. The music sound is just avg. it you want to play music all the time I would choose something else but for phone calls it is excellent
Summary: This speaker/mic combo works best for conference calls, voip, etc. It does that well. Music and movies are not quite as useful, as this speaker can't take too much juice before crapping out a bit. But if you're serious about those uses you need two speakers anyhow. This speaker has decent sound, but does not get very loud. This should come with an ac adapter, because the short usb power cord limits where this can be put.
Summary: I have been using this with my computer for a couple of weeks now and really like it. The concept of having a stereo field out of 1 unit rather than 2 is not necessarily new, but you still don't see it that often. I listened to various styles of music through it and found it to do reasonably well with most styles. Given its size, it will not offer much in the way of bass frequencies, which is a little disappointing but it still does surprisingly well.
Summary: If you thought that a microphone-speaker combo for music, movies, and VOIP calls was too good to be true, then you would be right. This unit looks cool, and its touch controls are futuristic beyond belief. However, music over these speakers lacked a complete sound stage and exhibited a compressed range (though turning on its expanded bass range did help a bit.) A clear case where performance needed to be compromised at the altar of portability.
Summary: the sound is good for the shape of this device also i think is loud enough for a room the bluetooth works great after upgrading its firmware. cons: didnt come with the wall conector it needs to work conected to power all the time cuz its not built in battery
Superior way to play Mac for a good sized room, minimal distortion
Greg Ehrbar "'MouseTracksOnline'", Amazon
12 November 2012
Summary: I used this item at a presentation last weekend. It played nice and clear -- though it could have been a little louder. But its far better than the little speakers i have used at home. It's not very big, as the picture might suggest, so it packs nicely for trips. It is easy to set up in minutes and really serves it purpose beautifully.
Summary: Getting audio out of the cloud has become an obsession among audio hardware manufacturers. Bluetooth is obviously a workable election and Creative, the people who brought you Sound Blaster in the early days of the PC revolution has joined the party. The SBX10 wireless BT speaker is solid. There is a PC and Mac app for this system but most will use it from a Droid or iOS device, in my case my iPhone and iPad.