Excerpt: I owe the world of music an apology. See, for years I’ve blown off having good speakers around, because I hardly listen to music outside of my car. And my hearing isn’t the best, so I’ve always felt like I didn’t need decent speakers around. But now I’m testing the Supertooth Twin Speakers, and from the moment I fired them up to review I knew my attitude regarding speakers was very, very wrong. Before we get to that, though, there’s the setup for the speakers.
Pros: : Powerful, rich sound; good battery life and fast recharging time; comes with 3.5mm jack adapters as well as carrying cases; speakers automatically connect and communicate with each other.
Cons: : Would be nice if there were one carrying case to hold both speakers.
Excerpt: SuperTooth has made several changes to the Disco Twin speaker package. Each of the Disco Twin speakers looks nearly identical to a single Disco 2 unit: a plastic and fabric shape somewhat like an exclamation point—a boxy hourglass with dimples closer to the bottom than the middle. However, while Disco 2 was jet black, Disco Twin’s top and bottom instead use gunmetal metallic plastic, interrupted with the same six black top buttons and two rear ports.