The Philips SBD 7500 is a simple and elegant portable speaker that is compatible with the iPod or iPhone and offers beefy sound for its price.
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The rounded back and edges of the speaker are made of a high-gloss black plastic that shows fingerprints but succeeds at looking classy.
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Fitting the speaker into a backpack or carry-on shouldn't prove a problem, but Philips provides a fitted neoprene bag just in case you want to take it solo. A power adapter and minijack cable are also included.
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The front of the SBD7500 is covered with a stretched black nylon fabric, concealing the speaker's twin 1.5-inch speakers and a sealed bass reflex diaphragm. A piece of chromed plastic accents the lower half of the speaker grille, drawing your eye to the iPod- and iPhone-compatible dock connection.
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A series of chrome buttons dots the top edge of the speaker, controlling volume, power, and a bass boost feature.
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