The Boombot2+ ultraportable speaker has evolved. With new features including a microphone, track control, and Siri/Voice integration, this model is stacked with technology not found in devices that are even twice the price.
The Boombot2+ maintains the original Japanese urban vinyl inspiration with acoustic technology in a truly portable package. The Boombot2+ wirelessly connects via Bluetooth to smartphones, tablets, and laptops. It can also be hard-wired to just about ANY audio player using the included 1/8" cable. The Boombot2+ is rechargeable, loud, and durable enough to withstand the abuse of your lifestyle guaranteed.
- Technical Specifications
- Boombotix Boombot2+ Wireless Speaker
- 3ft 1/8-inch AUX
- Mini USB cables
Colour Beige Warranty 1 year (local) Availability Available Product Type Portable Speaker Style/Type Portable Speaker Type 1.0 Features Bluetooth, IPX7~IPX8 (100% Waterproof), Line-in Output Power 3W rated/5W max Battery Life (hrs) 6 hours Input Connectivity 3.5mm stereo Additional Tech Specs
- Loudness: 94dB@2ft (wired)/83dB@2ft (wireless)
- Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Ion
- Charging: About an Hour
- Dimensions: 96mm(w) x 92mm(h) x 54mm(d)
- H2O Resistance: IP53 (ok in light rain/snow)
- Audio Input/Output: 1/8"/3.5mm female jack
- Power: 3W rated/5W max
- Controls: Mode Select, Volume Up & Down
- Indicator: Full Colour LED
- User Reviews
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Perfect for outdoor activites
For something so small this little guy is amazingly loud and clear even on maximum volume. It handles pretty decently but gets a little shaky on the low range. In terms of sound quality, it may not stand up to the likes of some other brands near its price range but that's not its selling point anyway.
It truly excels when it comes to mobility and durability. The clip attachment comes in really handy for outdoor activities and you pretty much don't have to bother with the warranty because this tough little guy just doesn't die.
Overall, an amazing speaker for the outdoors.
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