Portable Speaker Amplifier

Discussion in 'RV Operating and Camping' started by K9PHT, Mar 15, 2020.

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  1. K9PHT

    K9PHT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am really enjoying my latest portable speaker amplifier. It fits a standard cell phone case I wear on my belt...

    Great sounds and has Blue Tooth connection to cellphone. Lets me walk around listening to Broadcastify com for my radio scanner connections and can also play country music.

    This model also has a AUX input jack to plug in to any audi0 port you need to listen to. My older ILUV speaker amp was just BLUE Tooth only //

    This amplifier also has a 20 hour battery bank in it. I can also charge my cellphone when needed.

    This is a GLADORN MAGICSTONE HIFI Speaker Amplifier purchased from AMAZON 15.99...

    Gladorn Bluetooth Speaker Pocket Size Portable Wireless Speakers Subwoofer Loud Stereo Sound Enhanced Bass Long Playtime with Built-in Mic USB AUX Rechargeable Battery Power Bank (Black)

    Great sound in a small place

    Roy Ken
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  2. K9PHT

    K9PHT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am going to answer my own post to at least show one response haha... I am forever carrying around a larger portable speaker and setting it on my picnic table around my firepit. Like to listen to good ole country music from local radio station and also monitor a couple of my BROADCASTIFY com radio scanner freqs.

    Then I noticed this smaller speaker had great reports on AMAZON site so decided to get one. Since this one fits a cell phone case I can carry it on my belt loop, Having the bigger battery inside I also get to recharge my cell when sitting outside all day..

    I don't know how they can get good stereo sounds out of these small speaker cones haha... Here to say it does work... Being bluetooth I can walk around my outside yard wifi points and never drop the signal...

    I'm thinking of getting another one for the truck. I have a pretty big portable speaker sitting just inside my dash hiding some of my gauges and logs into my cellphone when I get into my truck.. This smaller speaker will fit in this area just great and still produce good sounds...

    I am guessing no one else uses a good external pocket speaker haha...

    Roy Ken
  3. K0UO

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    I do

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