Portable Speakers KO: McGear MCSP03 vs. Mobile+ Go Rock
Nowadays with everything going mobile and portable, many big brands are starting to churn out amplification that’s handy and small for comsumers to hook it up to their handphones, music players and even laptops for that addition omph. Today, we look at two different offerings that are both reasonably priced that from Singapore. Read on to find out more!
Portable speakers has slowly evolve and gradually become a important IT accessory for the people on-the-move. It’s also a smart investment for those who are frequently travelling. Investment, you might ask? Well, here’s a quick and simple example. Let’s say if your laptop or portable DVD player’s built-in speakers aren’t loud enough, most people will just set the volume to the max. But problem is, operating the built-in speakers at the maximum volume might cause irreversible damage to the speakers and often, distortions are heard. In times like this, these portable speakers will certainly do the job.
Well, that’s just one of the many reasons you might want to get portable speakers. But today, we’ll just be specifically looking into these two new local products. Read on to see how they fair. But before that, here are the overviews of our contenders.
Mobile+ Go Rock TRMS02S