For the female species, choosing the right product is not an easy task. We go about the details - the quality, the accessories that goes with it, and of course, then comes the vanity. How it look like - will it complement your style? That goes the same with the speakers - we don't just choose the ordinary black ones that when it goes old, you put on stickers to make it rock-ish and vintage-looking. With this, I present to both male and female readers - the JBL Spyro Speaker System.
The Spyro consists of a 3-piece equipment that includes a subwoofer. See that alien-like pod? Usually, guys would say it looks small for a subwoofer - however this lil' thing is powerful contrary to belief that the bigger, the better. My husband was a former bassist, and he said the sounds were super clear - he can hear every instrument formed in the songs.
Spyro's audio system is like a four-leaf clover, and as I've said, would suit us, ladies. The design is very innovative and complements whatever style you're into. Here's a tip on the volume - lightly press it with your thumb while your index finger is grabbing the other side so that you'll be able to either increase or lower the volume you prefer easily. Most would complain that it's too sensitive, but I read other blogs and reviews on how to manage this.
The bass button is located on the subwoofer, plus other connections that you need. Also, the stereo mini jack can connect to tons of multimeda devices like your PC and most mobile phones as well.
- Desktop and laptop computers (all platforms)
- iPod (all models)
- MP3 players
- Game consoles
- Satellite radio
- 3.5mm (1/8") stereo mini-jack
- Satellites: 2 x 6 watts
- Subwoofer: 1 x 24 watts
- Satellites (H x W x D – Metric/English)
- Width: 74mm (2-9/10")
- Height: 65mm (2-1/2") Depth: 70mm (2-3/4")
- Subwoofer (H x W x D – Metric/English)
- Diameter: 215mm(8-1/2")
- Height: 140mm (5-1/2")
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