JBL JBOSM2BLK On Stage Micro 2 Dock (Black)
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Share your music library with friends anywhere your travels take you, indoors or out. On Stage Micro II measures just 6 inches (150mm) in diameter, and weighs in at only 0.67 pound (0.3kg). But with two JBL Odyssey full-range transducers, it has the muscle to outperform many much larger systems. Four AAA batteries deliver hours of continuous use, and with a USB cable, you can even sync and charge your iPod or iPhone with iTunes.
Compatible with all docking versions of the iPod (including nano G3, iPod classic, iPod touch), iPhone, MP3 and CD players, and desktop and laptop computers (all platforms)
Main connection – iPod and iPhone docking connector; auxiliary connection – 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo mini jack
Drivers - Two JBL Odyssey 1" (25mm)
Power - 6V DC, 1.5A
Frequency Response - 70Hz – 20kHz
Jayna on 25.12.2010
A family member has one of these and it's awesome. Great sound, not too bulky and easy to set up. The only thing stopping me from snatching one up is the fact JB Hi-Fi only ever have black in stock - if I could get the white version, it would be a perfect score.
Christian on 28.12.2012
This JBL dock is the best! I have one in my bedroom and I and so happy with it! There are so many great things about this dock. The sound is incredibly clear and it has quite a lot of bass for a speaker of this size. It also handles high volumes without distorting and is powerful enough to full my entire room with sound. Another great feature of this dock is that it comes with an auxiliary connection so you can connect other audio devices to it. If you are looking for a high quality speaker dock, look no further than the JBL On Stage Micro. It is a MUST BUY!
Alan on 15.02.2013
Great sound for it's size. NOTE: One problem, if using the headphone jack for non-iPod/iPhone devices, it constantly turns itself off after 10 mins, which is supposedly a default setting when not receiving a signal. (Google it and see). Otherwise with Apple devices it is excellent.