X-mini Multi-Function XAM5 Capsule Speaker (Black)
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- 40mm drivers promises to deliver superior sound enhanced in volume and quality
- Built in SD card slot ensures non-stop entertainment from X-mini HAPPY's MP3 function
- Modular "Buddy Jack" design: Connect a row of X-mini Capsule Speakers to get jaw-dropping stereo sound
- Expanded BXS (Bass Xpansion System) drives a fuller, richer low-end response
- The stow-away 3.5mm audio cable is incorporated at the base of the product to offer convenient portability
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The X-mini HAPPY Capsule Speaker is ideal for the outdoors. Perfect for cycling, picnics or just a stroll by the beach. You can plug in your earphones or headphones as well if you happen to be in an enclosed area. A total audio solution, the sleekly designed X-mini HAPPY Capsule Speaker not only operates as a speaker like its predecessors but is now also a mobile music player which doubles up as an SD/SDHC card reader. Armed with the signature X-mini Bass Xpansion System (BXS), the nifty PMP extends to amplify dynamic audio range without compromising on acoustic integrity. Engineered to be user-friendly, one button serves to control all functions which include power, volume, pause and track change. The X-mini HAPPY Capsule Speaker also features the modular “Buddy-Jack” system that is compatible to the X-mini II Capsule Speakers which allows them to be daisy chained to produce an enhanced aural performance. With the message of spreading joy through music, the formidable yet compact X-mini HAPPY Capsule Speakerguarantees a tuneful journey for the world’s burgeoning population of music enthusiasts.
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Seemed like it would be perfect but it wasn't. First thing I noticed when I took the unit out of the box is that it wouldn't stay closed. Didn't make sense. The sound quality through the SD card was amazing. Much better than I expected. I was going to return it because it wouldn't stay closed but the sound was great and I have a case that would fit this so I had second thoughts. Then I hooked it up to my laptop and the sound was awful. Seriously, really bad, my pathetic laptop speakers were significantly better. I tried another laptop and my MP3 player and got the same result. Very disappointing. That sealed the deal and I returned the item.
I may have gotten a defective unit given it didn't close to begin with but if I did then I question the build quality and manufacturers product QC.
Well I was not given the option of exchanging the item and had to take a refund. I was considering ordering another one but now the item is $10 more than I paid for the it a couple of days ago. I know it is a nice little speaker when it works, but I don't think it is worth $50.
-The micro sd card included works well also. No problem arises there.
-The sound quality is quite crisp for its size. The loudness is immense.
-The blue earphone that came with it has surprisingly nice sound quality. Earphones came with the main product in general usually has crappy sound quality. But this one really sounds very clear. The only thing missing in it is some bass, but who am I to complain with something free and awesome like that?
-Battery life is definitely an attraction on the Happy. I let it on at full charge with decent volume level that can fill the room. Without turning it off, I received a kick-a$$ 12.5 hours of continuous playback. It's difficult to tell what the volume level was but I'd have to guess at about 1/3 full volume. Of course it would drain more power if it sets at higher volume.
I think this could be a flaw in the Happy since other reviews have also mentioned this. When I turn it on, the Happy immediately plays the song at MAX volume. This can be very obnoxious and disruptive to other people if you're in a quiet place. Even so, I have found a very simple tricks that might help against this annoyance:
-First, you notice when you turn it on, the LED indicator is immediately turned purple(this means it's at full power or enough power to play) for a second or two. Then it quickly turns to red for about 3sec before the red is blinking. The moment the red is blinking it starts to play at max volume. And this is what I suggest if you dont want to experience the full volume at the start: When the LED turns to red, quickly press the mute button before it has the chance to blink. Turn the volume down by holding it for about 7sec. before letting go. Then you can press the mute again to hear where you're at.
Besides the max volume blast at the start, it doesn't seem to have any other flaw.
I also have the x-mini II speaker and the Happy can extend upward more, so maybe more bass than the x-mini II? Cant really tell the difference but it should add a bit more bass nonetheless.