• iMainGo 2 Portable Speaker Review
  • iMainGo 2 Portable Speaker Review

    Author: Matt
    Published: March 22nd, 2011 12:57 AM
    Category: Reviews,Speakers
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Introduction

main iMainGo 2 Portable Speaker Review
Compared with most newer mobile phones, the iPhone’s speakers have much to be desired. Even though the sound quality is very good, they just aren’t loud enough. Imagine going to the park with a few friends and theirs loads of noisy, screaming children around; you aren’t going to be able to hear your iPhone at all! This is where the iMainGo 2 comes in. The iMainGo 2 is a hand held, portable speaker for your iphone, ipod or zune. Developed and created in America, it’s becoming more and more popular as we speak. Let’s see if it lives upto all of the hype and quality it promises.

Features

  • Ultra-portable stereo and protective case
  • Custom fits all iPods, iPhone and Zune using new easy-fit iMaingo foam system
  • Play, Control and view your iPod without opening your iMainGo 2
  • Can be used as a premium external stereo speaker system for most mobile/cell phones, laptops, portable gaming systems, electric guitars, etc.
  • New premium titanium high output stereo speakers
  • State-of-the-art ultra-efficient digital music amplifier
  • Tuned porting for amazing bass reproduction
  • Wake-up alarm feature (on alarm equipped iPods only)
  • Works on 4 AAA Batteries (included)
  • Removable carry strap included
  • One year limited warranty

Specifications

  • Measurements: 145mm x 96mm x 61mm (5.7″ x 3.8″ x 2.4″)
  • Weight: 255 grams (9oz)
  • Battery Life: Upto 30 Hours
  • Power: 4 AAA Batteries (included)


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