A sleek bookcase with an integrated marble bluetooth speaker. Designed by Claudio Larcher for Clique.
Finally, an affordable portable speaker with a capacity for volume without sacrificing the quality of sound. That’s the a.m.p. SP1 portable bluetooth speaker in a nutshell. Take it to the park, the beach, some secluded spot where the action is, or just use it as your own tiny GhettoBlaster. The music goes wherever your phone goes. Maybe you’re just tired of the crappy sound quality from your computer? Boom. Here’s your answer. And if you need to take a call, no problem! The SP1 functions as a speakerphone as well, so you can kick it on a conference call. So there you have it, the a.m.p. SP1 portable bluetooth speaker, one of the easiest recommendations we’ve had.
If you’re in the market for speakers and quality of sound is your main priority, your search ends here.
The ECOXPRO is a waterproof speaker and iPhone case that “can be used in the pool, by the hot tub and in the ocean without issue.”
I’ve been using these the last couple weeks to mix the Sound Advice’s. I couldn’t be happier with the headphone’s comfortable fit and solid highs and lows. Perfect for the office and/or studio.
A short film by Paul Stone about Lyle Owerko, and The Boombox Project.
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“Utilizing Bluetooth 2.1 technology the Spray pairs with any Bluetooth device up to a maximum range of 30 feet, includes a built-in microphone that enables hands-free calling with any Bluetooth cell phone and has a 3.5mm line input for direct connection to any music player or smartphone. The Spray’s dome twists to control volume and skip to the next or previous song, and the Spray’s nozzle is a button that controls the play/pause and call functions.”