Zooka 无线扬声器，适用于 iPad 和蓝牙设备ZUS-2GY 10 x 2 x 3.4
- Light weight, thin profile speaker goes where you go
- Easy access to power, volume and Bluetooth controls
- Deep Bass speakers enhance movies, music, or presentations on your iPad, iPhone or MacBook
- Wideband microphone enhances Facetime and Skype communication
- Extended battery life means less frustrating down time and more enhanced audio for work or entertainment
The Zooka Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is an innovative, portable speaker design designed to grip your iPad allowing users to move seamlessly from one environment to another while enjoying incredible audio for music, movies and presentations. It has wireless Bluetooth capability so that it works within a range of 30 feet of your iPad whether acting as an integrated stand for the iPad or just placed in the same room. The deep bass speaker design and wideband microphone create a deep rich sound for entertainment or communication using applications such as iTunes, Pandora, Facetime or Skype. The silicone housing design makes the Zooka rugged for travel but also sensitive enough to grip your precious iPad without concern. Zooka - the perfect iPad audio companion!
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The irksome stuff: While the line in/aux port does in fact work quite well (I tried it out with my old-school iPod and my new Kindle Fire), and while I could wedge these non-Bluetooth devices into the speaker, you cannot use the kickstand if you have something plugged into that port, because in "kickstand mode" the aux port, the micro USB port (for charging), and *all the controls* are on the bottom. That's right; even if you aren't using the aux port and aren't charging, if you have your iPad in the speaker, and propped up with the kickstand, say in the middle of watching some videos, and you need to turn the volume up or down you'll need to pick it all up and reach underneath or lay it down to adjust the volume, then place it upright again.
The other irksome thing is that while the volume controls on the speaker do work when it's connected to a Bluetooth device, they do not work when using the aux port.
Feature it's got that I probably won't use: It's got a mic. I didn't expect that. Per the Quick Start Guide (not included in the box--to see the guide you have to go the URL that's specified on a small card that comes in the box), this means you can "Use the device as a speaker phone for a Bluetooth® connected mobile phone." That's kind of cool.
The speaker came with the removable kickstand and a micro USB to USB cable for charging (provide your own USB power adapter and 3.5 mm audio cable if you won't be using Bluetooth).
I was delighted to find this product at such reasonable pricing ($12-$15), for the quality it provides. Having researched YouTube and the web concerning its utility and comments from other buyers I agree with the critical issue regarding this product - it does crackle/pop some when in Bluetooth mode and for that reason it isn't a good deal at its pricier offering, and there's just not enough 'stuff: bells and whistles' to pay more than $20 (sold initially for $89-99 when first introduced to market). As stated - when using a well made audio cable you get exceptional connectivity, clarity and sound (no popping/cracking). I bought a cheaper two-pack cable set and had to return it as soon as I plugged it into my iPad and Irulu units because it popped and crackled. I bought the Anchor's 3.5 cable - excellent construction, quality and is a superb cable also).
So, if you are looking for utility, functionality, good sound quality from low to high registers, a real deal on pricing, options on connection to equipment, and nearly indestructible - than buy this first generation Zooka. If Carbon Audio comes out with a next generation I think this one will still be all I need. I have two for myself (1 is my back up, for trips, outings, when company visits). At present, there's no need for me to buy any more speakers (and I have 3 other brands that I tried and retired long before getting this Zooka!)
* There's a terrible hiss when on, even at a low volume. If you have it on a desktop in front of you, it's VERY noticeable. However, when you play music you can't really hear it (until the music/movie/whatever goes quiet). When you're a few feet away, the noise dissipates.
* There is a jarring, invasive, horrible clicking noise when a track pauses, or when you restart a track. Basically, anytime there's a silence of more then one second.
* All the controls are on the bottom. This is NOT noticeable in any of the images, nor the product description.
* The device will not pair if charging. When the instructions say "fully charge before pairing", they mean it.
* The buttons take a lot of pressure to put down, and must be held for longer then expected
* The AUX in is on the bottom of the unit - the BOTTOM! Thus, you can't use this as a stand an aux-player at the same time; you need to flip the unit upside down.
* The thing is LOUD, like apartment filling loud when at max volume
* BASS is surprisingly good (Not amazing, but for the price point, very good)
* MIDS / HIGHS are also very good
* Seems durable
* Rubber has a good grip