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Scosche BoomCan


$24.99 Released May, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Louder maximum output than many competing and more expensive models. Rechargeable and requires no batteries, can even be recharged via USB through a PC. Consistently crisp playback across most frequencies.

The Cons:High degree of bass distortion at higher volumes.

The Scosche BoomCan is a portable multimedia speaker that boosts sound from tablets, cell phones and netbooks and more by plugging the device into a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.  The Scosche BoomCan features a 2 X 2.5 aluminum Can with a 40mm driver, and audio/USB charging cable and a pouch to protect the speaker while traveling.

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Product Shot 2  The Scosche BoomCan is ideal for an office or dorm room and delivers big sound for a device about the size of a film canister. Multiple BoomCans can be daisy chained together for louder and more powerful sound capabilities.  The Scosche BoomCan has an internal battery that holds a charge for seven hours and is available in red, black, blue and silver.  The BoomCan is priced reasonably for students, or outdoor activities, such as a trip to the beach.  

Features

  • Portable Speaker with Big Sound
  • Compatible with Almost any Media Player
  • Very Small and Compact
  • 40mm Driver
  • Audio/USB Charging Cable Included
  • Includes Protective Pouch
  • Battery Life Lasts 7Hours 
  • Affordable
  • Available in Black, Red, Silver and Blue

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    Louder maximum output than many competing and more expensive models

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    Rechargeable and requires no batteries, can even be recharged via USB through a PC

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    Consistently crisp playback across most frequencies

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    Great companion to laptops or for portable uses

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    Longer battery life per charge than similar competing products

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    Very small form factor for its overall sound output, increases portability

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    High degree of bass distortion at higher volumes

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