What is the worst part of listening to music, watching a movie or even YouTube clips on a laptop? You guessed it … the small, tinny-sounding abomination of sound known as “laptop speakers”.
Most laptop speakers will provide enough audio quality to get the average user from point A to point B, but will often forgo the opportunity to sweetly serenade the listener in the way the artist who devoted their life, love, sweat, blood & tears to creating the song, movie trailer, radio show or theatrical presentation had originally intended the audio to be heard. In fact, most users will feel downright let down by the performance of their laptop speakers … until there came this little guy.
What started out as an AudioAcrobat blog post paying homage to the item featured above (DEEPbass Compact 6 Watt USB Speaker made by Case Logic; Model: R110) turned into a wild goose chase for a product that is either discontinued, re-branded, updated or has just plain old disappeared off the face of the internet.
In today’s posting, our readers will not only discover the many advantages of adding the elusively illustrious item featured in the above image to their laptop case, but we aim to provide several alternatives while awaiting the DEEPbass Compact 6 Watt USB Speaker’s return to the cloud-based shelves of one of our favorite online retailers, Buy.com.
Why You Want It; Why You’ll Need It
The following four words will be the easiest to have ever flown from our company’s collective conscious: It works really well. If there were no other reason than the aforementioned throughout this entire posting, the product would need not any additional information spoken on its behalf. After having purchased, tested and critiqued the DEEPbass Compact 6 Watt USB Speaker, the seemingly everlasting appeal of this item is the fact that it solves a common problem without a) costing lots of $ and b) not taking up a lot of space in a confined mobile setup.
When we say “It works really well”, we don’t mean that the speakers are simply louder than those found on our company’s Dell Precision laptops. We’re talking about sub-woofer bass coupled with component tweeter highs and substantial mid-range coming from something that is barely larger than any one of those remotes piled on a nearby coffee table. There’s a flexible neck, allowing for easy manipulation of speaker positioning and the absolute best part … it is USB powered, meaning that there aren’t any batteries, power switches or additional volume controls to slow the user down. Literally plug and play.
What does all this mean?
Check it out: Put this remote control sized speaker in your laptop case, plug it in when it’s showtime and relax on that hotel bed, poolside lawn chair or get up and dance to something on The Hype Machine … anytime, anywhere!
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